All Weights Feed 1/8 hay tab per
equals 1/4th tsp of crumbled product)
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR MICE
intended for growing, pregnant, or lactating animals.
Feeding a tablet guarantees that
pets receive the entire guaranteed amount of the supplement
necessary for optimum health. Supplements lose their potency when
added to water. Animals may refuse or reduce the amount of water
due to the taste of a water soluble supplement, which may lead to
other health problems as well. Feeding a tablet, on the other hand,
lets pet owners take the guesswork out of supplements.
Expiration: 18 months unopened (by Best By date on bottle).
Once opened, use within 60 days
From Mary Fretwell of Lyndhurst, Virginia on 3/22/2015.
Not sold on these
From Leslie Kramer of Union, New Jersey on 2/19/2015.
I'm not sure how I feel about these. I bought them because Oxbow stopped making the Papaya Fruit tablets. These are hard as a rock - I actually ripped skin off of my finger trying to break one of them in half! I think my bun is eating them but he has not eaten one in front of me. I really want the . . .
From Shelly of St. Pete, Florida on 1/26/2015.
He loves these treats!I only give him about two a week for now because I noticed when I got them that they're not recommended for young rabbits. I wish that had been more clear on the website because my bun is only 6 months old.
Marsvin likes it, hard to tell what effect it's having
From G of san luis obispo, California on 12/29/2014.
Marsvin is 5.5 years so has a few troubles, nothing major - one of which is a frequently rumbly tummy, maybe some gas build up that is hard to find the root cause of, meds are a temporary fix and so I've been experimenting with this supplement - the good news is he likes it after a few mins of initial . . .
From Anonymous of Montreal, Quebec on 11/22/2013.
At first my bunnies were skeptical but once they tried it they enjoyed the cookies. Also the aroma of the tablets are pretty nice too.Only down side is that the tablets are pretty hard. I can`t use my hands to break em...some how my bunnies gnaw on it and manage to break it into small pieces. The little . . .
Helps Prevent Hairball
From Sandra Romagnoli of East Syracuse, New York on 11/10/2013.
These helped my bunny get through her heavy- shedding season. She loves these "cookies", and I love that they really do help with digestive support.
From Dottie Woods of West Columbia, South Carolina on 6/28/2013.
Not only are they good for my bunnies, but they love eating them too.
Oxbow digestive support
From Anonymous of Schaumburg, Illinois on 5/4/2013.
Lucas likes them, they're helping with his soft stool issue.
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