Trio of cookies, flower hearts.
This trio of cookies is garnished with rose petals. Shaped like a heart and a flower, it will certainly appeal to rabbits and guinea pigs. It can be shared, given as a gift.
They are in a beautiful little cello bag, just so nice!
Made from hay, they are healthy and rich in fiber . They also contain good quality fruits and vegetables for vitamin intake. Dehydration preserves more flavors and vitamins compared to cooking in the oven. In addition, shelf life is extended if food is stored in a dry place away from light.
QUANTITY: 3 large biscuits
NUTRITIONAL ADVICE: Give half to one treat per turkey pig or rabbit 2 to 3 times a week to provide sweetness while allowing your pet to benefit from the benefits of plants. For animals 3 months and older. Give as a supplement to hay with sufficient water.
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 to preserve vitamins. Dehydration enhances flavors and preserves nutritional values compared to baking most commercially available treats. Non-standardized formula, color and texture may vary from batch to batch. Our simple, pure ingredient list contains no added flour, additives or chemicals.
PLEASE NOTE: These treats contain herbs that have been chosen based on their natural properties and benefits mentioned in the literature. These treats are a supplement to the main diet but do not replace the basic diet of hay, balanced feed, fruits and vegetables recommended depending on the species. They cannot be considered as medicine. 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.