Stella Bites Treats 70g Delicious healthy treats for rabbits guinea pigs and small animals.
Our healthy Stella Bites treats for rabbits guinea pigs and small animals are made with the freshest ingredients, are slowly cooked over several hours and contain no preservatives. Packaging is heat sealed to lock in freshness.
Our guinea pig snacks are all carefully picked to ensure your bunnies and small pets enjoy a diet that is as natural as possible.
Stella Bites Treats Ingredients-
- Banana Bites– Timothy pellets, oats, banana and a hint of honey.
- Banana Raspberry– Timothy pellets, oats, banana, raspberry’s and a hint of honey.
- Banana strawberry cakes– Timothy pellets, oats, strawberries and a hint of honey.
- Carrot and Parsley– Timothy pellets, oats, strawberries and a hint of honey.
- Pear and Blueberry– Timothy pellets, oats, pear, blueberries and a hint of honey.
- Strawberry Snacks– Timothy pellets, oats, strawberries and a hint of honey.
All of our natural Stella Bites treats are healthy, meeting a variety of functions in your rabbit’s diet including high-fibre and digestive aids. These Guinea pig snacks are enriched with vitamins to create a delicious snack that has your little ones well-being in mind.
We have a whole range of Stella Bites flavors more
Feeding the right diet is one of the most important factors in maintaining a healthy rabbit. Rabbits should be fed the types of food they are adapted to eating. In the wild, rabbits eat predominantly grass. They may graze for up to 6-8 hours a day. Their whole digestive tract from their teeth right down to the end of their gastrointestinal tract is adapted to this diet and eating pattern.
Providing grass or grass hay to pet rabbits is critical to maintain health. Eating grass/grass hay encourages long periods of chewing, which is necessary to wear down their continuously growing teeth, thereby helping to prevent dental disease (a common health problem in pet rabbits).
The high fibre content of grass and grass hay is crucial for normal digestion. If the diet is too low in fibre, fatal digestive problems can occur – another common problem in pet rabbits. Foraging for and chewing on grass or grass hay also helps to increase activity levels and prevent boredom and behavioural problems