Oxbow Natural Science Vitamin C for small animals
Vitamin C supplement for small animals
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Natural Science Vitamin C supplement is a hay-based, high-fibre supplement containing the essential stabilized vitamin C that guinea pigs need, and other animals benefit from during times of stress, illness or recovery.
The supplement is in the form of easy to feed hay tabs, and is designed for use with rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and other small animals.
Pack: Contains 60 hay tabs
Inactive Ingredients: Timothy grass, barley flour, oat groat flour, cane molasses, l-ascorbyl-2-monophosphate (vitamin C), flax seed meal, brewers dried yeast, guar gum, fat product, mixed tocopherols (preservative), rosemary extract
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas, Prairie Dogs, Iguanas**
0-1 lb Feed 1/2 hay tab per day
1-4 lbs Feed 1 hay tab per day
4+ lbs Feed 2 hay tabs per day
Rats, Degus: All Weights Feed 1/4 hay tab per day
Hamsters, Gerbils, All Weights Feed 1/8 hay tab per day (1/8 tab equals 1/4th tsp of crumbled product)
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR MICE
*Not intended for growing, pregnant, or lactating animals.
**Iguanas: Natural Science Urinary Support hay tabs are to be offered per day if you feed daily, or per feeding if you do not feed every day. Before offering the hay tab at the designated amount per body weight, it is first recommended to soak the hay tab in water for 10-15 minutes. Drain water and mash up the hay tab into smaller amounts with a spoon. Either top dress the daily diet or offer separately.
For all other species, consult Oxbow or your veterinarian. When adding supplements to your pet's diet, always consult your veterinarian.