Vetline Dental rabbit

Complete food specifically for rabbits with dental problems.

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  • Cunipic Vet Line Dental for rabbits is a specific formula for rabbits with dental problems recommended by veterinarians.

    It is a complete food formulated with plants, herbs and wild hay that helps to restore pathological processes in the mouth and teeth.

    The included plants and herbs have an abrasive effect on the teeth and accelerate the correct wear of molars and incisors. They also promote the healing of wounds in the oropharyngeal mucosa. In addition, it corrects digestive disorders caused by oral diseases.

    With: Wild meadow hay, wheat flour, alfalfa, ground fruit, dandelion leaf, horsetail, barley, chestnut, raspberry, agrimony, dandelion, natural prebiotics and probiotics, raspberry leaf.

    Analytical constituents:

    Crude protein: 11.80%, crude ash: 2.80%, crude fibre: 18.20%, crude protein: 3.20%, moisture: 11.60%.

    Additions :

    Vitamin A (3a672a): 10,000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 (3a671): 1,000 IU/kg, Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) (3a700): 35 mg/kg, omega 3 y omega 6

    Recommended daily portion:

    > 500 gr = 40 gr

    0,5-1 kg = 80 gr

    1-1,5 kg = 125 gr

    +2 kg = 160 gr

    Instructions for use:

    Shake the bag a little before each use.

    Switch over gently by mixing with the current feed for the first 10 days.

    This food can be passed on permanently.

    Always provide fresh drinking water.

    Cunipic Vetline Dental is to be used for rabbits with oral disorders, removal of incisors or other teeth, dental care, incorrect position of the teeth, oral wounds or irritations.

    Do not give to pregnant or nursing animals. Do not give to rabbits younger than 3 months. 

    Contents: 1.4 kg

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