Small AnimalSmall Animal HayOxbow Western Timothy Hay

SKU: 3000186

£6.69£13.69

Oxbow?s all-natural Western Timothy Hay is a nutritious, sweet-smelling grass that will stimulate the appetite of your rabbit, guinea pig, chinchilla, or other small pet. Western Timothy is the #1 vet-recommended hay for small herbivores.

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Description

Oxbow Western Timothy Hay with high-fibre, low-protein and low-calcium content, helps keep the gastrointestinal tract of rabbits and small herbivores functioning properly.

Western Timothy hay will help prevent obesity, maintain a healthy urinary system and improve overall health. A high-fibre diet will also lower the incidence of soft stools, intestinal gas and bloating.

Timothy hay is the most widely recommended hay by veterinarians for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and other herbivores.

Western Timothy hay can be fed unlimited to rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and other herbivores as an alternative to hay, brome and orchard grass.
Place large handfuls of grass hay in your pet?s habitat daily. Mix different grass hays together to enrich your pet?s diet. Try all tastes and textures to discover your pet?s favourites.

Additional information

Options

1.1kgs, 425gms

Composition

100% Timothy Grass Hay

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein (min) 7.00%, Crude Fat (min) 1.50%, Crude Fiber (max) 32.00%, Moisture (max) 15.00%

Safety Notice

When purchasing foods | treats | chews | supplements | or toys it is the responsibility of the pet owner to consider the suitability of the product. Always supervise your pet to ensure the treat/chew/toy is adequately chewed as swallowing any item without thoroughly chewing it can be harmful or even fatal. Some items may contain moisture/deodoriser sachets which must be removed and disposed of before feeding your pet. Always have fresh water available. Always read the instructions provided on the packaging before use. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of our products is correct | however manufacturers can change product formulation without prior notice | so you should always read the product label prior to use.