The Nature feeding plan

Our fluffy friends need a varied, nutritious diet to stay healthy, playful and lively. So it is crucial that you know exactly what each animal needs and when.

Our Nature feeding plan helps you meet the daily nutritional needs of your animal. Follow the simple steps below and provide them with what they really need, just like nature intended.

Nature provides your animal with everything it needs: from rich mixtures and roughage to snacks. Combine these three elements to treat your animal every day and keep it healthy.

All tastes catered for


 

For rabbits and herbivorous rodents, a healthy daily diet consists of a rich mixture, hay and water. You can also give them snacks and fresh vegetables as healthy treats.

1. Nature nutrition

Our Nature mix, consisting of vegetables, herbs and grasses, forms the basis of a healthy daily diet that is also grain-free. The mixtures are full of variety and truly explode with flavours, textures and scents. Your animal will love the dozens of grasses and herbs contained in the crispy chunks. They are also packed with essential vitamins and minerals to keep your animal in peak health.

2. Nature Timothy Hay

Hay also constitutes an essential part of these animals' nutrition. They must be able to eat an unlimited amount of hay at any time, to satisfy their natural instincts to nibble and forage. Timothy hay for example, has the ideal composition for rabbits and herbivorous rodents: It is a good-quality hay with a high fibre and low protein content, as well as a delicious scent. This hay also helps the animals wear down their teeth, which is crucial for herbivores. It plays an important role in the animals' digestion and provides a daily activity, which prevents them from getting bored.

3. Fresh drinking water

The animals need unlimited access to fresh, clean drinking water during the whole day.

4. Nature Snacks

Nature offers a variety of snacks so you can treat your animal with natural, tasty and healthy ingredients. Some snacks are perfect for feeding your animal by hand, creating a closer bond between the two of you. Other snacks are designed to keep the animal busy and prevent boredom. Vary the snacks and flavours you give your animal regularly, to keep feeding time as tasty as possible.

5. Fresh greenery and vegetables

Rabbits and herbivorous rodents feast on fresh greenery and vegetables. They add extra nutrients and moisture to your animal's diet, as well as bringing more variety. Please note—not all greenery is suitable for your rabbit! You can also feed your animals fresh fruit, although do so in moderation as it is full of sugars. But they can certainly enjoy it as a treat once in a while.



For omnivorous rodents, a healthy feeding plan consists of a rich mixture, hay and water. You can also give them snacks and fresh supplements as healthy rewards.

1. Nature nutrition

A mix consisting of different grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds and animal proteins forms the basis of a healthy daily diet. The Nature mixtures are full of variety and truly explode with flavours, textures and scents. The crispy chunks are also packed with essential vitamins and minerals to maintain the health of your animal.

2. Fresh drinking water

The animals need unlimited access to fresh, clean drinking water during the whole day.

3. Nature Snacks

Nature offers a variety of snacks so you can treat your animal with natural, tasty and healthy ingredients. You can feed your animal some snacks by hand, creating a closer bond between the two of you. Other snacks are designed to keep the animals busy and prevent boredom. Vary the snacks and flavours you give your animal regularly, to keep feeding time as tasty as possible.

4. Fresh greenery, fruit, nuts and seeds

Omnivorous rodents eat a variety of vegetables, fruit, grains, nuts and seeds. They also need animal proteins: They will eat a little mealworm or a small piece of boiled egg, but don't overdo it!

Some ingredients must be consumed in moderation as they contain a lot of natural sugars, which can cause health problems.
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