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Wagg Bunny Brunch 15 kg

by Wagg

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15KG
  • Helps improve digestion
  • Healthy teeth & bones
  • Healthy from nose to tail
  • Tasty food for rabbits
  • Strong immune system
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Product Information

Size Name: 15KG
Technical Details
Product Dimensions68 x 40.8 x 15.8 cm
Manufacturer referenceBUNN-15
Product Namefood
AdditivesFree From Artificial Colours, Free From Artificial Flavours
Allergen InformationContains: Gluten
Weight15 Kilograms
Storage InstructionsOnce opened, store in a cool, dark place and use by best before date printed on packaging.
Use By RecommendationOnce opened, store in a cool, dry place
Serving RecommendationFollow feeding guide on packaging.
Country of originUnited Kingdom
BrandWagg
Age Range DescriptionAdult
SpecialityNo Added Sugar, No artificial colours, No artificial flavour
Package InformationBag - Plastic
Manufacturer/ProducerWagg Foods Ltd
  
Additional Information
ASINB0037XO0WQ
Best Sellers Rank 161 in Pet Supplies (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19 Kg
Date First Available8 Aug. 2009
  
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Product Description

Size Name: 15KG

Product Description

Wagg Bunny Brunch is a complementary feed for rabbits. Wagg Bunny Brunch is a balanced formulation packed full of ingredients to help keep your rabbit in top condition. We have included vitamins A & E to help support a strong immune system, yeast and fibre for a healthy digestion and calcium & phosphorous for strong teeth and bones. Wagg Bunny Brunch provides a nutritious, balanced meal for a healthy, happy rabbit. No Artificial Colours or Flavours At Wagg we use colours from a mineral source found in nature and we don't add artificial flavours to any of our foods. Healthy Teeth & Bones Added calcium and phosphorous to help maintain healthy teeth and bones. Improved Digestion With quality sources of fibre and yeast extracts to help promote a healthy digestion. Strong immune System Our combination of vitamins A & E with carefully selected trace elements, help support a healthy immune system. Apple & Grape With tasty apple and grape. Healthy Skin & Lustrous Coat With added linseed to help promote a healthy, supple skin and lustrous coat. Wagg® A family company Caring for animals since 1923 At Wagg we have been working hard for over 20 years to provide your rabbit with a healthy combination of nutritious ingredients at outstanding value.

Ingredients

Peas, Wheat, Wheatfeed, Oatfeed, Oats, Lucerne, Flaked Maize, Whole Maize, Sunflower Ext., Grass, Vegetable Oil, Apple, Grape, Syrup, Carob Meal, Minerals, Linseed (0.3%), Yeast (0.05%).

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Kay on 2 Sept. 2013
Size Name: 15KG
I adopted a rabbit in June who was eating this food and came to me with a bag to continue feeding it too him. He was in poor condition, and while I was feeding this to him, he didn't eat his Cecotropes and was all round just not a well bunny.

As soon as I got him eating nugget food, he is less grumpy, has a gleaming coat and no more bum troubles. I would never recommend this food to anyone. I don't mind if people feel they want to feed a muesli if your bun doesn't selective feed, but this is a VERY poor quality one.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By hope on 14 Dec. 2012
Size Name: 15KG Verified Purchase
we have 9 rabbits and this is good value food keeps them healthy and is worth the money. would recommend.
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I would highly recommend no one feed this or any similar food to their rabbit.
It contains many things that rabbits should not have. When I first had my rabbit (many years ago before I had done much research into a rabbits proper diet), it gave her severe 'sticky bottom syndrome'. As soon as I took her off she was fine.
She also once had GI stasis (a similar condition to colic in horses) which possibly came from this type of food.
Rabbits cannot process corn and it often leads to blockages which often require expensive and dangerous surgery and can be fatal.
They shouldn't have peas either. I'm not sure if this particular feed contains grain (the Wagg I bought years ago did), but grain is also very bad for them.
For your rabbit's sake, please research a proper diet and purchase a high quality pellet (I use Science Selective, though I have heard Excel is also good). They should have a variety of rabbit-safe fresh vegetables (contrary to popular belief, lettuce is actually bad for rabbits, though a little bit of romaine is okay) and always make sure they have access to fresh meadow or timothy hay (alfalfa is only suitable for young kits, not adults)
My rabbit has had a good diet for all but the first couple of years of her life when I fed her this type of food, not knowing how bad it was for her.
She very quickly became much healthier and is now 11yrs old and still very healthy and happy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By andrew on 1 Feb. 2015
Size Name: 15KG
This is the WORST type of food to buy. I don't know why people don't buy the pellet type foods as they're better for the rabbit and you don't have to feed as much. A high fibre diet is what is needed to stop stach problems in rabbits, so if you want your rabbit to die young buy wag!.... Allen and page natural or science selective is best. 80% of a rabbits diet should be Timothy hay and then a few greens (no lettuce or carrots) and also an egg cup of pellets a day and plenty fresh water. Stop buying this crap!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By patch on 7 Sept. 2013
Size Name: 15KG
great value, gd price rabbits love it, my rabbits are fussy eaters but love wagg so i highly recommend to any 1 who has rabbits
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By tilly on 19 Sept. 2011
Size Name: 15KG Verified Purchase
i bought wagg bunny brunch as my rabbit was verry fussy i have gone through different kinds of food but at last she eats bunny brunch so now i now there is a bag of food she will eat i will be going back to this seller again when the bag i have is finished thanx
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ShelleyH on 6 July 2012
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Excellent product for an excellent price. I used to buy this from asda until they stopped stocking it. Buying it online was easier, cheaper and less hassle. I also got discount and I've set up a monthly purchase.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By tracy on 27 Nov. 2012
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my 2 rabbits have this as their main food, they always eat it all as the one they had previously deteriated in quality so they wouldnt eat it. i would definitely recommend this as a wholesome rabbit feed.
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