This is a specialist veterinary product. We will ask you a simple set of questions to confirm that you are buying the correct medicine for your pet and know how to use it safely
Order by 3pm for Express Courier Delivery
Some of the items we sell are a bit too bulky to fit on our delivery vans so we offer our customers Next Day Delivery via courier.
Deliveries are made from
8am - 8pm Monday to Saturday and 9am - 5pm on Sundays. Your delivery slot will only be confirmed once your order has been placed.
Feeding Dandelion and other herbs provides your rabbits with a varied and interesting diet which reflects their natural feeding habits.
Complimentary food to accompany our hays
High in fibre
Promotes good dental health
Supports a healthy urinary system
Supports a healthy digestive system
Dandelion should be fed alongside hay and fresh greens (wild plants, herbs or vegetables) and a small amount of dry food as part of a healthy diet.
Dandelion can be fed as a really tasty, low fat treat or it can also be used to encourage your rabbit to eat more hay. Try sprinkling the Dandelion through the hay to encourage foraging behaviour whilst making the hay tastier! Hay should form at least 80% of your rabbit’s diet. Check out our feeding pyramid for more information.
For a really healthy diet, try substituting some dry rabbit food for our Dandelion and other herbs. Dandelion is naturally low in fat and high in fibre making it excellent for maintaining a regular digestive system whilst also promoting dental health. Dandelion has been used traditionally for hundreds of years for the natural support of a healthy urinary system.
Rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchillas
Protein 2.7%, Oil 0.6%, Fibre 14.9%, Ash 15.4%
Ideally the diet of the pet rabbit, guinea pig or chinchilla should mimic that of their wild cousins. Grass and hay must be the bulk of the diet. Hay should always be available and supplemented with fresh vegetables, wild plants and herbs. Dry pelleted food and cereal mixes should form the smallest part of the diet. Young, pregnant or nursing rabbits or those housed outdoors may need more high fibre dry pelleted food.