Supreme Science Selective Guinea Pig
But it is what we don’t put in to Selective that is important too…
Have you checked the label on your guinea pig’s food lately? Take a look, because many guinea pig foods contain molasses or syrup or other sugary ingredients. This extra sugar in a guinea pig’s diet can lead to overeating and obesity. It can also lead to dental problems too.
Feeding Selective for the first time
If you are feeding Selective to your guinea pigs for the first time, make sure you change from one food to another, gradually over 10-14 days. At first, you should mix a small amount of Selective with your guinea pig’s current food, slowly decreasing the old diet, whilst gradually increasing the quantity of Selective. A sudden change in diet can cause digestive upsets – even when you are changing to a better quality diet – so take care!
If your guinea pigs are used to a sugary diet, you may find it takes them a while to change, but persevere as it will help to benefit your pets’ health in the long term.
And don’t forget fresh hay and water! Your guinea pigs should have an unlimited supply of both at all times, along with a small daily handful of yummy fresh greens – click here for a list of fresh treats that are suitable to feed your pet guinea pigs.
- Packed with Vitamin C
- Zero Added Sugar
- Rich in Natural Ingredients
- Prevents Selective Feeding
- Balanced diet
- No artificial colours
- Highly palatable
- Promotes dental wear
- Supports digestive health
- Helps maintain healthy skin & coat
- Suitable for all breeds
Alfalfa meal, whole wheat, wheat feed, soybean hulls, soybean meal, flaked peas, linseed, sugar beet pulp, soybean oil, fennel seeds, monocalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, dried dandelion, dried nettle.
Vitamin A 23000 IU, Vitamin C 800 mg, VitaminD3 1500 IU,
Protein 16.0%, Crude fibre 15.0%, Fat content 4.0%, Inorganic matter 6.5%, Calcium 0.8%, Phosphorus 0.5%.