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Bunny Nature Hamster Dream Expert Vegetables 500g - Syrian Hamsters

Bunny Nature Hamster Dream Expert Vegetables 500g - Syrian Hamsters


We know hamsters well. That‘s why the composition is so diverse and balanced. Not only are the nutritional needs considered but also the necessary component diversity for the feeding and transportation behaviour of hamsters.

Some hamsters love nothing more than eating their pellets and extrudates, while others leave them untouched in their bowl. Picking out parts of a feed mix like this leaves the pets short of key nutrients such as vitamins and trace elements. VitalPlus-granivor, a special mix of vitamins and trace elements, eliminates the need for pellets and extrudates in the Bunny Nature Expert food product range.



Plata millet, pea flakes, mung beans (8,4%), quinoa seeds (8%), barley flakes, oatkernel, barley, white millet, oats, carrots, corn, linseed, sweet lupin flakes, red millet, sesame, grass seed, parsnips, mealworms (1,2%), pumpkin flakes (0,8%), zucchini (0,8%), beetroot (0,7%), calcium carbonate, lucerne, yarrow, dandelion leaves, sweet pepper (0,5%), rosehip peel, malva blossoms, semolina bran (vegetables 6,4%)

Nutritional additives:

Vitamin A 6.500 IE ∙ Vitamin D3 520 IE ∙ Vitamin E / all rac-alpha-tocopherylacetate 58,2 mg ∙ copper as copper (II)-sulphate, pentahydrate 3,4 mg ∙ iodine as calcium iodate, waterfree 0,5 mg ∙ iron as iron (II)-sulphate, monohydrat 32,5 mg ∙ zinc as zinc oxide 42,3 mg ∙ manganese as manganese (II)-oxide 22,8 mg ∙ selenite as sodium selenite 0,1 mg

Analytical constituents:

crude protein 15% · crude oils and crude fats 6,5% · crude fibre 7% · crude ash 5,5% · calcium 0,5% · phosphorous 0,4%

Feeding guide:

Syrian Hamsters: 1 tablespoon per day



About Bunny Nature:


Bunny Nature is a family owned business in Germany that is founded with love for animals. Their goal, which they continue to pursue to this day, is to produce optimal and healthy food for small mammals, which is perfectly tailored to the animals' original living environment and needs.

This company works closely with leading veterinarians specialized in rodents and integrates scientific research into the production of rodent food and accessories. Bunny Nature was one of the first manufacturers to develop a low-sugar diet for small rodents, which minimizes the risk of diabetes.


The CEO of Bunny Nature says: "When developing and producing animal-friendly food, we always put the animals first. We look at where they come from, what they eat there, what their social behavior and eating behavior look like. It is not only important to provide that information and understand their nutritional needs, but it is also essential to apply this knowledge consistently when choosing the right food. That makes all the difference."

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