Grain free pellets????

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Mariam+Theo

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They look safe. I would feed them to Apollo until you can get more. You don't have to feed him pellets so it is okay if he doesn't get any for several days.
 

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I actually have this brand and it's perfectly fine! House Rabbit Society sells them at their HQ and I'm confident that they would not be selling them if they weren't good for our buns. I use the grain free brand as treats for Trixie. She LOVES them.
 

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I ran out of our regular pellets (which need to be ordered online!) and brought ‘grain free Timothy based pellets’ because it seemed like the best option. Each piece is really long and pretty dark. Just wondering, can anyone say if they’re good or not. The first ingredient IS Timothy hay.
https://supremepetfoods.com/products/grain-free-rabbit-food/
I would just try whether they like it or not. By buns prefer pellets with grain, so when I offer them Timothy-based treats, they first refuse, gourmands as they are.
 

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Thank you! I tried them, and as I expected -Apollo ate them ;)
When it comes to food he doesn’t care at all- which can be a bad thing
Also a good thing at the same time! My Trixie is the same. She's rarely picky about what is given to her. She even enjoys her pill (the digestive support one) and runs in circles around me when she sees the bag.
 

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