Keep your furry one naturally healthy with the Kaytee Natural Timothy Hay Small Animal Food. It’s harvested from the high elevations of the Columbian River basin, hand selected to endure the proper ratio of leaf to stem, and sheltered before packaging to preserve its color and nutrients. Since it’s lower in protein and calcium, it supports urinary tract health, and helps maintain a healthy digestive system with plenty of fiber. It’s the perfect complement to a balanced diet and contains no artificial colors or preservatives so you can feel good about feeding daily.
- Made with single-ingredient Timothy hay sourced and harvested from the mountainous Columbian River basin.
- Perfect high-fiber complement to a balanced diet for small animals like rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchillas.
- Provides healthy fiber to support digestive system health, and is low in calcium and protein to support a healthy urinary tract.
- Protected from the elements before packaging to preserve the maximum nutrient value and color.
- Made with the ideal ratio of leaf to stem and contains no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
Manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts and tree nuts. Not intended for human consumption.
SMALL PET TYPERabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Degu
Natural Sun-Cured Timothy Hay.
|CRUDE PROTEIN||6.0% min|
|CRUDE FAT||1.0% min|
|CRUDE FIBER||32.0% max|
Feed hay in hopper, bin or loose in addition to your small animal’s regular food. The amount fed will vary with the size of the animal. Change food and add fresh water daily.
Day 1 - 3 -- 75% old food and 25% new food Day 4 - 6 -- 50% old food and 50% new food Day 7 - 10 -- 25% old food and 75% new food
I just bought a small animal or pet bird and want to know what the best cage or habitat is for it?
You must first decide how much space you have available for your small animal or pet bird. Once you have done this, we recommend looking at a few possible habitats you like and then checking the measurements of those you have selected. For example, if you choose a CritterTrail habitat you could then see the dimensions it provides in the item description. Then with a piece of large paper or a sheet of newspaper, cut out a section the same size as your habitat and place it in the area you will be keeping your new pet. Don’t forget to make sure you also have the right food for your new pet.
Grass Hays - What are the differences?
Grasses such as Timothy, Orchard, and Bermuda are herbages that naturally grow or are grown under cultivation and have jointed stems with narrow to wider leaves (blades) depending on the plant. Most grasses have a soft green to gray/brownish color depending on growing and harvesting conditions and storage of the product. Kaytee sources premium high quality Timothy, Orchard, and Bermuda grass hays in areas where moistures are controlled by irrigation and harvested under optimum conditions resulting in greener, richer quality grass hay products. Grasses are high in fiber and provide lower levels of protein and calcium compared to alfalfa. Grasses will have similar values of protein, fiber, and calcium depending on where they are grown and the harvesting conditions. Kaytee’s premium Timothy, Orchard, and Bermuda grasses aid in the natural digestive process of small animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, and chinchillas; compliment their daily diets and provide a healthy variety to animals. Rabbits in particular have a digestive tract that is among the most delicate and sensitive of any animal and benefit from the long-strand fibers in grasses. They have a simple stomach like most pets, but are hindgut fermenters, with a specialized cecum that breaks down indigestible fiber into fatty acids, an important energy source. Gastrointestinal disease caused by low fiber intake is one of the most common feeding problems of house rabbits. Grasses are high in fiber, lower in protein and calcium compared to alfalfa, therefore grasses are a preferred choice for rabbits and other small animals to help prevent urinary and obesity problems. Alfalfa with higher protein and calcium is recommended for pregnant, lactating, or young, growing rabbits and animals. Feeding a variety of grasses stimulates the animal’s senses, provides the natural fiber needed to aid in digestion, and increases the animal’s foraging instinct. Grasses are also offered to other small mammals and birds as they will benefit from the fiber source, chewing material, and can be used as nesting material.