Birthday or special occasion cake cookie
By popular demand, we have created some pretty filled cookies to celebrate your rabbits or guinea pigs' birthday! Yes yes, you can now celebrate the birthday with a pretty cookie, topped with fruit icing and flowers. The biscuit is made in the same way as our other delicious products in our range for guinea pigs and rabbits. Several models available, each one is unique! You can choose them yourself in store or, it's a surprise when ordering! Guaranteed success!
The treats at Complètement Dingue are dehydrated, which concentrates the flavors and preserves the vitamins and their nutritional values compared to baking. In addition, shelf life is extended if food is stored in a dry place away from light.
QUANTITY: 1 biscuit between 18 and 22 g. They come wrapped in a pretty clear cello bag with a ribbon.
COMPOSITION: Timothy hay powder, commercial feed for guinea pigs, summer grass hay powder, bananas, wheat grass powder, ground flax seeds, carrots, apples. The frosting is made with fruit puree, tapioca starch and food coloring. Garnished with wild flowers harvested during the summer season.
NUTRITIONAL ADVICE: For animals 3 months and older. Suitable for guinea pigs and rabbits. We recommend separating the treat into 2 or 3 pieces. Space a few days between each cookie. Give in addition to the appropriate complete extruded feed with sufficient water.
RECOMMENDATIONS: These treats can be added with the feed. You can also use them in the exercise park and to tame your small animal.
STORAGE: Store in a dry place, away from light. Close the bag after use to preserve the aromas and vitamins. Do not return uneaten portions to the bag once served. Do not serve any spoiled or moldy treats. Consume within 30 days of receipt for greater freshness.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Handmade, dehydrated, not baked. Non-standardized formula, color, shape and texture may vary from batch to batch. Each Biscuit cake is unique.
PLEASE NOTE: These treats contain herbs that have been chosen based on their natural properties and benefits mentioned in the literature. However, these treats are not approved and cannot be considered a drug with specific medicinal properties. Always introduce new treats slowly. Some animals have more sensitive digestive systems, so remove all treats immediately if a problem arises. Space out the quantities served during the introduction by a few days. If a more serious problem occurs, consult an animal health specialist.