Rabbit Egg Holder
Rabbit Egg Holder
This beautiful little boiled egg holder is shaped like a rabbit's head, which makes it both practical and cute. This rack is heat resistant and easy to clean by hand. It will be delivered to you in an adorable little purple and gold cardboard box, as shown in the photos opposite.
The shape of the bunny's head is perfectly suited to accommodate a boiled egg and to hold the shell in place. This accessory will bring a touch of originality to your table and will brighten up your breakfast.
If you're vegan and looking for an alternative to traditional eggs, why not opt for a crystal egg?
It can also be used as a feeder for a small Russian hamster or a mouse for example!
If you want to use a boiled egg holder for decorative purposes without setting an egg in it, there are plenty of creative options!
Dimensions: see photos opposite.
We inform you that before the purchase of this article, special conditions apply. We invite you to carefully read the information below before placing an order.
Please note that this product is subject to a limited quantity and you will not be able to choose the specific product you will receive. In addition, once the order has been placed, it will not be possible to cancel, exchange or replace it.
We draw your attention to the fact that the speckled effect with the small dots on this product may vary depending on the support you will receive. The points can be more or less small, large, stretched or have flared. We cannot accept any complaint concerning this aspect, because it varies from one support to another, as specified in the photo opposite. We thank you for your understanding.
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.