Advantages Guinea Pigs Love It
Disadvantages Some Bits They don't Like
^^^ Wagg - Guinea Pig Crunch ^^^MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF NUT
2kg bag - Tasty Food for Guinea Pigs!!
^^ Packaging ^^This large 2kg bag is bright red and has two Guinea Pigs at the top, with Wagg in white writing and Guinea pig Crunch below in blue writing. The packaging states that this is a tasty food for Guinea Pigs, and has added vitamin C. It is also made with wholesome ingredients.
^^ Why Buy? ^^I have two guinea Pigs called Paris and Portia who were given to me as a present. They are lovely, but reather shy little critters, and I thought I would try this brand from Asda instead of their usual brand. As they say - variety is the spice of life.
^^ Ingredients ^^Wheat, maize, grass, peas, oats, oatfeed, wheatfeed, toasted soya, sunflower, syrup, linseed, vegetable oil, yeast, vitamins and minerals.
^^ Typical Analysis ^^Protein 17.0%
Vitamin levels are present until 3 months after the Best before date.^^ Other Details ^^This 2kg bag of dry food will feed a guinea pig for 50 days, if they are fed 40 grams a day.
^^ Other Wagg Products ^^Wagg Bunny Crunch - tasty food for rabbits
Other products that Wagg supply are bedding for small animals and a complete range of dry dog foods.^^ Did You know? ^^
Vitamins A, D, C and E with carefully selected trace elements help to strengthen the guinea pigs immune system.Added fibre and yeats stimulate and improve guinea pigs digestion.
The improved ratio of Omega 6 and Omega 3 fatty acids promote healthy, supple skin and lucious coat.Added calcium and phosphorous make strong and healthy bones and teeth.
^^ Want to contact them? ^^Wagg Foods, Dalton Airfield, topcliffe, thirsk, North Yorkshire. YO7 3HE.
www.waggfoods.co.uk^^ My Opinion ^^
There is a large variety in this bag of dry food and it is bright and colourful. I do find that the guinea pigs do tend to leave the dark brown nuggets, but are very keen and eager to tuck into their dinner. I would definately buy this again if I saw it out shopping. I think the 2kg bag was around £1.99, so i think it was very good value for money.I'm not going to personally taste it, but the Guinea Pigs love it!
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