Team Happy Rabbits and Friends does not support the use of linseed pellets.
We have included it in our assortment because the demand is high.
However, we would like to emphasise that you should first think about why you want to feed your rabbits linseed pellets.
Are you going to solve the problem or reduce the symptoms temporarily? Where is the problem coming from? What is the reason? Do you really want to give it because your darling needs it or are you just following the hype?
Linseed can be a good product when used correctly. Unfortunately, we see all too often that linseed is 'the hype' and everyone just starts giving it without thinking about it...
We offer this product because of the demand. Use it well and only when you have to. If your pet really has complaints, then get advice from a rabbit vet.
Follow the advice of your vet.
Not recommended for overweight rabbits due to the high protein content.
It is NOT a snack! You give it when you need to! Try not to be too preventive. You run the risk of disturbing the natural reaction of the body and making it totally dependent on linseed pellets in the long run. Unless your vet advises otherwise.
Rabbits up to 1 kg --> Max. 1 pellet per day!
Rabbits up to 2 kg --> Max. 2 pieces per day!
Heavier than 2 kg --> Max. 3 pieces per day!
Follow this to avoid diarrhoea and other complaints.
Linseed, wheat, wheat semolina, chicory, barley, vitamins, minerals.
Crude protein: 15%, Crude fat: 19.5%, Crude fibre: 7%, Crude ash: 3.3%, Calcium: 0.3%, Phosphorus: 0.4%, Vit. E 1100 mg.
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