Product Type: Wagg Foods small pet food
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Wagg Optimum Premium Rabbit Food
Member Name: kristoph23
Wagg Optimum Premium Rabbit Food
Advantages: Helps with digestion
Disadvantages: The price
My rabbits are extremely fussy when it comes to any sort of food so when I tried out Waggs it was kind of the last resort for me. This product has a lot of good things written about it such as how healthy it is and easy for the rabbit to swallow so I took a chance with it and brought a small bag.
The product is a nugget which is brown in colour and has a slight smell to it nothing to major but a slight smell and it is placed inside a very protective bag because it is like a strong paper which takes a while to get through.
Once inside the 2.5kg bag you have the product there and I usually fill up a small bowl and they eat this fairly quickly and there is a slight residue on your hands if you use your hands to place this product into a bowl.
The description of this product claims it has the best nutrients and ingredients for rabbits and I am not sure how accurate that is because they seem to eat it like normal rabbit food you see anywhere in a pet store.
The bag also claims it has added fibre to help digestion well this is one thing I can safely say it does have because no matter how much I give my rabbits they have begun going to the toilet more often since using this item so that is something I can say does happen.
What I do like about this product is the nugget is so small and easy for the rabbit to consume and even guinea pigs have had this before when I have ran out of their food as well and each of them love it. Some people seem to think this has a muesli kind of mix to it but it does not.
I store this product in a shed out in the garden and the product inside a bag to keep it very clean and to stop it going stale as well. I think there is a downside to this product because recently it has been going missing from some of the supermarket chains.
Tesco used to sell this then stopped and so did some of my other retail stores so I am not sure if this is being discontinued or not. I would tell people to add this gradually to the food there rabbit is on if they want to try it because mine did look at me like I tried to poison them.
Eventually they got used to the new taste and overall they have lost weight as well and they are still on the same amount that I would give them using other food so perhaps this is good as well so overall I am very impressed.
Sadly this bag does not last that long and it usually gets me 2 weeks' worth of food before I need a new bag and there is deals around sometimes but the usual price is around £3.50 so you have to look around for the best bargain.
If you're unsure about how much to feed your rabbit there is guidelines on the bag and websites as well to look at which might be able to help you as well. For me the price is quite high for how much food you get but if it helps the health and digestion of your rabbit then it is a good purchase.
Summary: A good rabbit food
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