Vita-Sol Liquid Vitamins for Rabbits & Guinea Pigs
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Vita-sol Liquid Vitamins For Rabbits & Guinea Pigs

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Rating: 4.2

Average rating from 5 reviews.

(4.2 out of 5, based on 5 reviews)

Easy to give, water soluble daily multivitamin concentrate, just add to drinking water. Supplies important vitamins and minerals essential to proper growth and overall health.
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Kaitlyn o.
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Rating: 5

Great vitamins

posted 5 years ago

This is easy to use just add to the water and hang it on the cage. Liberty gets these all winter long when the garden is not in season to make sure she is getting the proper vitamins.

Pros: easy to use supplement

Cons: none

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JW G.
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Rating: 5

A great vitamin

posted 6 years ago

This is a great product to help get vitamins that your rabbit or Guinea pig might need. Very useful stuff.

Pros: Good

Cons: None

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