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My rabbit who is 10+ has a pellet diet only due to dental issues. He has softened pellets. However thanks to great advice on here a few weeks ago about grain free ones I switched to Science Select ones. What a big difference it made. No soft poo very clean bum! Jasper loves these, as you see in the pic he was trying to say he’s hungry! I cleaned his cage and delayed feeding him for a few minutes.
 

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That's perfect! I'm glad you found a pellet that's working well for him. He does look rather excited waiting for his meal 💕
 

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Oh I love Jasper! 😍 Pleased you found some pellets that don’t upset his tum!
 

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My rabbit who is 10+ has a pellet diet only due to dental issues. He has softened pellets. However thanks to great advice on here a few weeks ago about grain free ones I switched to Science Select ones. What a big difference it made. No soft poo very clean bum! Jasper loves these, as you see in the pic he was trying to say he’s hungry! I cleaned his cage and delayed feeding him for a few minutes.
There are a few different kinds of Science Select. What specific kind is it? I am curious to read the ingredient label. He is seriously so darn cute!!!
 

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There are a few different kinds of Science Select. What specific kind is it? I am curious to read the ingredient label. He is seriously so darn cute!!!
I’ve taken pics for you hopefully you can see them.
 

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