Oxbow Cavy Cuisine
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Rating: 4.7

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(4.7 out of 5, based on 13 reviews)

Oxbow Cavy Cuisine Oxbow Cavy Cuisine is made from timothy grass meal, which includes the high fiber adult guinea pigs need. However, it contains a lower level of protein, calories and calcium than alfalfa-based pellets. Adult animals’ digestive systems do not require the same level as that of younger animals. Cavy Cuisine contains stabilized Vitamin C and an optimal calcium-to-phosphorus ratio that helps maintain a healthy body. When fed with Oxbow grass hays and treats, Cavy Cuisine provides complete stabilized nutrition. Premium Ingredients: • Timothy Hay = Beneficial Fiber • Soy Products = Fiber, Balanced Protein, Healthy Fat • Wheat = Ideal Carbohydrate and Energy Source Feeding Directions: Mature guinea pigs (over 1 year): Feed 1/8 to 1/4 cup pellets daily in addition to unlimited grass hay. Although Cavy Cuisine is an excellent complete feed for guinea pigs, unlimited access to fresh grass hay should also be provided. Choose from Oxbow’s Western Timothy, Orchard, Oat or Bunny Brome grass hays to provide additional natural fiber. Cavy Cuisine is not intended for growing, gestating or lactating animals. Feed Cavy Performance to guinea pigs requiring a higher level of nutrition. Pellets made with timothy grass meal provide a lower level of protein, calories, and calcium than traditional alfalfa pellets. Cavy Cuisine's optimal calcium to phosphorus ratio also helps maintain a healthy urinary system. Pellets also provide balanced nutrition in every bite and prevent selective feeding behaviors. Guinea pigs require daily supplementation with Vitamin C. Cavy Cuisine contains, a stabilized form of vitamin C. To guarantee that your guinea pig is consuming an adequate amount of Vitamin C, be sure your pet is eating the appropriate amount of Cavy Cuisine. If your guinea pig is consuming less than the amount listed on the bag, you may need to supplement with Oxbow's GTN-50C. Guaranteed Analysis • Crude Protein min 14.00% • Crude Fat min 1.50% • Crude Fiber max 28.00% • Calcium max 0.85% www.oxbowhay.com
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Angela S.
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Rating: 5

A Pig Favorite

posted 5 years ago

My pigs love these pellets. They turned their little noses up at the organic variety, but love this one.

Pros: Pigs love this stuff.

Cons: Pigs love it too much.

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lorraine B.
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Rating: 5

Oxbow guinea pigs Cuisine

posted 5 years ago

its the only one i use for my guinea pigs its a high quality food it has all the vitamins your guinea pigs needs

Pros: its very healthly

Cons: none

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