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Wagg Bunny Brunch 1kg only £1 @ ASDA
Wagg Bunny Brunch 1kg only £1 @ ASDA

Wagg Bunny Brunch 1kg only £1 @ ASDA

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WAGG CARING FOR ANIMALS SINCE 1923. IMPROVED DIGESTION. HEALTHY TEETH & BONES. Tasty food for Rabbits. WHOLE HEALTH NUTRITION MADE WITH CARE. At Wagg we've worked hard to bring your rabbit a healthy combination of nutritious ingredients at outstanding value. We've been making pet food for more than 20 years now and our recipes have been constantly improved during this time. We know exactly what should and shouldn't go into your rabbit's food to keep him or her full of bounce. Wholesome ingredients with added fibre and yeasts are the essentials that keep your rabbit in tip top condition, but artificial colours and flavours have no place in our foods. Wagg Bunny Brunch makes for healthy, happy rabbits. That makes for happy owners too. IMPROVED DIGESTION. Added fibre and yeasts stimulate and help improve your rabbit's digestion. STRONG IMMUNE SYSTEM. Our combination of vitamins A, D & E with carefully selected trace elements, help strengthen your rabbit's immune system. HEALTHY TEETH & BONES. Added calcium & phosphorous make for strong teeth and bones. HEALTHY SKIN & LUSTROUS COAT. An optimum ratio of Omega 6 & Omega 3 fatty acids promotes healthy, supple skin and a lustrous coat.

6 Comments

Good price but you need to be very careful on what you feed your Bunny's as they have very delicate tummy's

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Mine have been having this for ages now and they're fine! Thanks

Bugs loves this stuff. He always pick out the green bits first

the Guinea Pig one is £1 too :thumbsup:

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Mine have been having this for ages now and they're fine! Thanks



I think they are most at risk from birth to one year this is a alfalfa based food with lots of protein , vitamins , and calcium which can be to much for the rabbit my first rabbit died because of this type of food timothy based food is best but more expensive i think natural is best the best way to tell if your rabbit is getting to much protein , vitamins , or calcium etc is the colour of there wee
just thought i would mention as we had a very sad daughter when the rabbit died which was heart breaking

On my way to asda now more for the guinea pig 1 .my daughters guinea pig just delivered 6live and 1 dead so much for my other half getting 2 female :oops:
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