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mini lop1
16-08-2010, 07:05 PM
out of burgess excell adult and science selective?

Daisylop
16-08-2010, 08:09 PM
dont excell do a "lite" version?I assume that would be the low calorie alternative for buns who watch their weight!

mini lop1
16-08-2010, 08:11 PM
yes, i was just wondering with locksley now being on SS, if it would make him anymore podgy :lol: we call him a pot bellied pig , he only gets a small amount in morning but he does love his food

helgalush
16-08-2010, 08:13 PM
I thought Excell was slightly sweeter so I would probably guess at SS being less fattening

mini lop1
16-08-2010, 08:15 PM
I thought Excell was slightly sweeter so I would probably guess at SS being less fattening

thanks, i'll keep him on this then :lol:

helgalush
16-08-2010, 08:20 PM
thanks, i'll keep him on this then :lol:

I might be wrong though!
We used to feed Starbuck Excell and he has lost a tiny bit of weight since switching to Allen and Page...which was quite hard as he preferred the sweeter taste of Excell. It surely cant actually have sugar in tho can it? :oops:

mini lop1
16-08-2010, 08:21 PM
I might be wrong though!
We used to feed Starbuck Excell and he has lost a tiny bit of weight since switching to Allen and Page...which was quite hard as he preferred the sweeter taste of Excell. It surely cant actually have sugar in tho can it? :oops:

don't know, i though excell woas more fattening too, and just wanted to check

Daisylop
16-08-2010, 08:21 PM
http://www.vetuk.co.uk/burgess-pet-care-foods-burgess-excel-rabbit-c-62_125_231/burgess-excel-adult-rabbit-lite-4kg-bag-p-1057

dont know the actual calorie content,sorry

susie bun
16-08-2010, 08:53 PM
I think I've caused Spenser enough hardship by cutting out kale and reducing parsley.:( Couldn't possibly deprive him of his excel pellets. He looks bigger than he is because of his longish fur. ;):love: