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Jack's-Jane
20-02-2007, 06:57 PM
My buns love the 100% Carrot Pellets :D

28.3% fibre :thumb:

http://www.rosewoodpet.com/products/range_43.asp?id=43&sgid=356

Janex

minilops
20-02-2007, 07:04 PM
Hi Jane! Do you think they'd be good for helping teeth to wear down. Bit worried at moment because Poppy isn't eating so much hay. Any advice? Thanks!

Jack's-Jane
20-02-2007, 07:08 PM
Hi Jane! Do you think they'd be good for helping teeth to wear down. Bit worried at moment because Poppy isn't eating so much hay. Any advice? Thanks!

Not really as they are just treats. Have you tried Poppy with the dried grasses (Readigrass, Supa Forage etc) ? Grazing on fresh grass is the very best way for a Bun to maintain healthy dentition :D

Janex

bunny mad lisa
20-02-2007, 07:11 PM
my buns love the herbal garden and parsley bells!!! they certainly are amongst the best treats i've tried!

Fionabun
20-02-2007, 07:34 PM
Nicole stocks these and my buns go mad for the full range!!

Fiona x

minilops
20-02-2007, 08:37 PM
Hi Jane! Thanks you for help, as usual. She doesn't seem to think much of the dried grasses either, but she does like fresh grass! - Is this as good for their teeth as hay, then? I wasn't sure if fresh grass was fibrous enough to wear down teeth, but that's great if you think it is. Can I ask you, Jane, is it OK to feed fresh, damp grass straight from the lawn? I was going to give Poppy some today, but the lawn was very wet. Does anyone else feed fresh grass? Thanks again, Jane, for your expertise! :D

Jack's-Jane
20-02-2007, 08:48 PM
Hi Jane! Thanks you for help, as usual. She doesn't seem to think much of the dried grasses either, but she does like fresh grass! - Is this as good for their teeth as hay, then? I wasn't sure if fresh grass was fibrous enough to wear down teeth, but that's great if you think it is. Can I ask you, Jane, is it OK to feed fresh, damp grass straight from the lawn? I was going to give Poppy some today, but the lawn was very wet. Does anyone else feed fresh grass? Thanks again, Jane, for your expertise! :D

As long as you dont feed grass CUTTINGS fresh grass is fine, wet or not (although avoid feeding it if its frost covered) If Buns graze for themself they go through all the 'natural' means of dental attrition. The pulling up of the grass, the chewing...etc....etc. I bet you'd be hard pushed to find a wild Bun with molar spurs!!

Hay, however good, is really second best to grazing on rough pasture

Janex

minilops
20-02-2007, 08:50 PM
Brilliant, Jane! Thanks so much for putting my mind at rest...I'll be out pulling up grass first thing in the morning. Hope Ned is settled tonight.

minilops
20-02-2007, 08:52 PM
Brilliant, Jane! Thanks so much for putting my mind at rest...I'll be out pulling up grass first thing in the morning. Hope Ned is settled tonight.

elaine
20-02-2007, 09:20 PM
pets at home now have that naturals range in my chins love the dried grass stuff

missblondebunny
20-02-2007, 09:22 PM
pets at home now have that naturals range in my chins love the dried grass stuff

How do you order online?? I was looking the other day and couldnt work it out so had to buy them in P@H

SarahP
20-02-2007, 09:46 PM
They look great. Who sells them?

Jack's-Jane
20-02-2007, 10:20 PM
They look great. Who sells them?

My local Pet Shop had a few samples in and yes, P@H sell them. If you go onto the Rosewood website there is a facility whereby you can obtain details of suppliers local to you :)

Janex

SarahP
20-02-2007, 10:58 PM
Great - will do. :)