Woah there, it looks like your browser is out of date.

To get the best experience, please update your browser.

Carefresh Complete Menu Rabbit Food - 4.5 lb.

Carefresh Complete Menu Rabbit Food - 4.5 lb.

BY CAREFRESH

3.0 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Stars0%
  • 4 Stars0%
  • 3 Stars100%
  • 2 Stars0%
  • 1 Star0%
3.00 / 5 based on 1 Review

Product Description

Superior vitamin pack with chelated nutrients Pets absorb only what they need depending on level of activity A wholesome balanced diet for small animals. Superior vitamin pack with chelated nutrients - pets absorb only what they need depending on level of activity. All-natural ingredients - whole grains, seeds, fruits and vegetables; no aminal by-product or fillers. Nut free blend - excellent option for pets, children and parents who may be allergic. Variety of natural ingredients, textures and good flavors - encourages foraging and healthy eating. Made in the usa. Timothy Grass Hay, Orchard Grass Hay, Brome Grass Hay, Alfalfa Hay Suncured, Ground Corn (Source Of Omega 6), Carrot Dehydrated, Soybean Meal, Wheat Mill Run, Ground Oats, Ground Barley, Ground Peas, Canola Meal, Yeast Culture, Etc.: Size: 4.5 lb. see more...

Top Questions No one has asked a question yet! Be the first!

Carefresh Complete Menu Rabbit Food - 4.5 lb.
Carefresh Complete Menu Rabbit Food - 4.5 lb.
Review (1)
Q&A (0)
Buy on PetSmart
Carina S.
542 reviews
I adopted two rabbits and I quickly grabbed the first bag of pellets for rabbits that had about the right percentages of fiber, protein, etc. I did not realize until after opening the bag that it contained dried corn. Corn is very dangerous to rabbits as they can not digest it, as we humans can not either, and can cause them severe digestive issues. As I didn't have anything else to feed them, and they were not used to hay, I picked the corn out and fed them the pellets. Both rabbits like the pellets, but like to pick out the dried fruit and veggies first. I will be looking for a different pellet to feed my rabbits as I do not want them eating corn.
Q & A

Looking for
your answer?

Be the First to Ask a Question

Join now to gain access to over 20 million product reviews, free full size samples, and the latest product news.

Get Started

Are you a Brand or Agency? Contact Us