Specialty pet adult rat food offers 100% of needed daily nutrients
Delicious, cheese-flavored pellets contain no artificial preservatives, flavors, or colors
Contains vitamins and minerals including antioxidant nutrients like Vitamin A
Feed your adult rat (over 4 months of age) without sacrifice to her health. Designed by a team of animal scientists and wildlife nutritionists to give your adult rat the special levels of protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals she needs to support a healthy life. Special blend of natural, nutritious ingredients meets 100% of your adult rat's nutritional needs without artificial preservatives, colors, or artificial flavors. Extruded, bite-sized pellets ensure even the finickiest pets consume the nutrients they need and prevents selective feeding. Delicious diet contains minerals and vitamins, including the antioxidant nutrients Vitamin A and Vitamin E. Cheese-flavored.
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Feeding Directions: Regal Rat Adult Rat Food is intended for adult pet rats over 4 months of age. Most rats should have unlimited access to Oxbow Essentials Rat Food. Environmental and health factors may affect individual rats' nutritional needs. Not intended for growing, pregnant or nursing rats. Please note: These are guidelines. If your rat is overweight or underweight, please contact your veterinarian for more specific feeding information.
Introducing Oxbow Essentials Adult Rat Food: Week One: Mix 1/4 new food with 3/4 current food. Week Two: Mix 1/2 new food with 1/2 current food. Week Three: Mix 3/4 new food with 1/4 current food. Week Four: You can feed Oxbow Essentials Adult Rat Food exclusively to your pet.
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