Kaytee Forti-Diet Garden Blend Rabbit Food
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Kaytee Forti-diet Garden Blend Rabbit Food

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Rating: 4.2

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(4.2 out of 5, based on 5 reviews)

Kaytee Forti-Diet Garden Blend Rabbit Food is a nutrient complete, fiber-rich, pelleted diet with great garden treats like timothy hay, green split peas, dehydrated carrots and flaked wheat. It is specially formulated for all life stages with the rabbit's special dietary requirements in mind. All Forti-Diet foods are developed by the nutritional experts at Kaytee to supply all the nutrients pets need, including longer-lasting, stabilized vitamin C for your rabbit's health. Promotes a soft, healthy coat. Only the freshest ingredients go into Forti-Diet. Packaged in resealable zipper bag. Conversion And Feeding Instructions When introducing a new food begin with a mixture of old and new food. Gradually increase the amount of new food over a seven- to 10-day period. For best results discard any uneaten portion and clean food dish before next feeding. Fresh water should be available at all times. The following feeding amounts can be used as a starting point for one rabbit. Adjust the portions to maintain proper weight and if additional rabbits are fed. Daily Feeding Amountrabbit (small breed), 1/4 to 1/2 cuprabbit (large breed) 1/2 to one cup. For maximum freshness, store in a cool, dry location, preferably off flooring.
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Nicole
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Rating: 5

Mix with other food...

posted 6 years ago

My vet said that this is not a good food to feed by itself. But I mix a 14 pound bag of this (which I pay $15 at Wal-Mart) with a 25 pound bag of regular pellets (which I pay $7 at Wal-Mart) and it gives a pretty good distribution of the expensive, coloful food with the standard rabbit pellets. My rabbit eats everything that I put in her dish and a total 30 pounds of food lasts quite a long time so the money issue doesn't seem like such a hassle.

Pros: Adds variety to diet.

Cons: Expensive.

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Patc
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Rating: 4

Bunny Chow Time !

posted 6 years ago

The bunnies at Somerset Regional Animal Shelter in Bridgewater, NJ, are given whatever food we obtain either by donation or by purchase. This product is bought at the local PetSmart, and the bunnies enjoy it.

Pros: availability; good ingredients

Cons: Not always available in stock at Petsmart or Petco

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