Complete food based on herbs and hay specifically for rabbits with intestinal problems.
Cunipic VetLine Intestinal for rabbits is a food recommended by veterinarians and specially formulated to solve intestinal problems.
The recipe is made with camomile, clover, rose, orange blossom and other medicinal plants that improve the intestinal function and increase the taste of the food. The medicinal plants included in the formula may have an anti-inflammatory effect and regulate the intestinal tract.
Cunipic VetLine Intestinal for rabbits is a complete food based on plants and natural meadow hay which reinforces and optimises the functions of the digestive system of the rabbit.
It is a specific formula for rabbits with intestinal problems such as diarrhoea, intestinal inflammation, maldigestion, malabsorption, typhlitis (coccidiosis), intestinal obstruction/hairball, convalescence, intestinal dysbiosis, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency and tympanism (rumbling/gas belly).
Natural pasture hay, sunflower meal, wheat meal, barley, milk thistle, caraway, fenugreek, fennel, St John's wort, lemon balm, German chamomile, clover, orange blossom, linseed, European centaury, rose (Bud). Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.
Crude protein: 13.10%, Crude ash: 2.70%, Crude fibre: 15.70%, Crude moisture: 12.30%.
Vitamin A (3a672a): 10,000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 (3a671): 1,000 IU/kg, Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) (3a700): 35 mg/kg.
Recommended daily dose:
> 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.
Cunipic recommends giving this feed to your rabbit for 30 days. Longer if chronic condition and on veterinary advice.
Always provide fresh drinking water.
Give Cunipic Vetline in case of diarrhoea, inflammation of the intestines, bad digestion, recovery, gas formation, exocrine pancreas insufficiency.
Do not use in case of hepatic encephalopathy
Content: 1.4 kg
In case of illness, always go to a rabbit expert vet first! This is a supportive diet not a medicine.