Oxbow Natural Science Adult Guinea Pig Food 4 lbs
Natural Science Is Definitely the BEST!
My guinea pigs are normally not picky when it comes to pellets and typically will eat anything I give them. However this food is great on their digestive system, their coats are shiny, teeth look great and are in general happier piggies. I noticed that on their digestive system it does way better with this brands three types of hays as their main fiber source with using regular timothy based pellets it still wasn't enough and sometimes would get soft stools even after a slow transition. This pellet seems to really be directly made for them (as a bad owner I was...) as I accidentally ran out completely of my old food and couldn't find their food anywhere. I bought them this and they had absolutely no trouble going cold turkey to this food. No upset bellies or anything and they love it! I love this food and will always use this food for my piglets!
January 24, 2015
Super, High Quality Food!
I could tell just by the wonderful scent of the product that this is a very high quality food that I can feel good about giving to my much loved piggy pets. They enjoy the food...always eating every last bit. Thumbs Up from my piggy pen.
November 26, 2013
Has all the nutrients a piggie needs! ;) we go with all timothy based pellets because others are too high in protein and can effect sensitive unrinary function. It's a bit pricey even at drs. Foster n smith, but we <3 our pigs! :) and they love this food! Plus our chubby one has slimmed down a little since being on this one! :p
September 21, 2012
Picky pigs finally pleased
I have 4 guinea pigs who are very picky about their pellet food--they wasted the majority of every type I tried before this one. But this Oxbow has been a real hit with them--I've given it to them daily for 2 months now, and every single bowl is finished by the end of the day, and they show real interest when I replenish it.
I have to say it smells wonderful too--which I've never said about pellet food before! It has rosemary and thyme in it.
September 1, 2012