Dehydrated kiwifruit retains much of its nutritional benefits for rabbits. By being dehydrated, the kiwi concentrates its nutrients, including vitamin C, fiber and antioxidants. Thus, dehydrated kiwi can still be a source of vitamins and fiber for rabbits, helping to boost their immune system, support healthy digestion and provide beneficial antioxidants. However, it is important to give dehydrated kiwifruit in moderation, as an occasional treat, due to its concentrated sugar content.
Our Kiwis are cleaned , brushed , cut one by one! The slices are then slowly dehydrated to offer the best quality to your rabbit !
Net weight: 50g
- Complementary food for rabbits and guinea pigs.
- Composition : Kiwi (with skin)
- Origin: made by us (The Rabbit's Pawty) in France (77).
- Packaging: Heat-sealed recyclable zip bag (change to come for heat-sealed recyclable kraft bags)
Average analytical values for 100 g (with skin) :
- fibers (mins) : 5.8g
- Protein (min): 3.6 g
- Fat (max) : 1.4g
- Carbohydrates: 33g
- Salt: 0.03g
- Ashes (max) : 2 %
- Humidity (max) : 10%
Recommended weekly dose*
Discover our products with the company of our adorable 21 cm plush rabbit, which gives you an accurate idea of the size of our packaging of bulk products, accessories and toys. (Similar to a 1.2Kg rabbit)
It is recommended not to distribute more than 5g of treats per kilo of body weight of your animal, and per week.
Of course, any type of candy containing fruit confused.
For example, for a 1kg500 Rabbit, the weekly dose* will be 7.5g of treats.
(*Weekly: per week.)
This indicative dose is based on the recommended daily intake for a healthy rabbit over 6 months old.
We also advise you not to give fruit treats to rabbits under 6 months old.
Clean, fresh water and fresh quality hay should be available to your rabbit at all times. It is important to remember that treats should never be given to a rabbit that is not in good health (always seek the advice of your veterinarian) and that they should never be used to replace a balanced and suitable diet. your pet's nutritional needs.
Treats should be given in moderation and in addition to a basic healthy diet to ensure your pet's health and well-being. Our recommendations never dispense with the advice of your NAC specialist veterinarian.
In addition, it is recommended that you do not leave your pet alone unattended with treats, toys and accessories to avoid any risk of suffocation or accident.
Preservation and Storage
For optimal conservation, we advise you to follow the following instructions:
Store products in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
Ideally between 15°C and 18°C.
Avoid exposing them to heat, humidity or extreme temperatures, as this can accelerate the deterioration of product quality and promote the growth of bacteria.
To ensure extended shelf life, we recommend transferring products to a fully airtight container once opened.