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support your small pet's complete nutrition – shop rabbit food, guinea pig food and more from

Small animal food covers such a huge range of products because small animals come in so many shapes and sizes! Mice, rats, hamsters, gerbils, ferrets, guinea pigs, chinchillas and rabbits are all small animals, and yet they each eat different foods in different quantities. Rabbit food, guinea pig food, hamster food – they all have slight nuances and nutritional profiles which make them ideal for that particular pet. That is why offers a wide selection of small animal food to nourish all kinds of small pets. With our great variety, you are sure to find your essential rabbit food, guinea pig food, gerbil food and more!

Understanding the nutritional needs of your small pet is the first step towards finding the right kind of food. Each type of pet needs something slightly different from the rest. A rabbit diet doesn't closely resemble that of a ferret; you would never feed them the same things! Ferrets need nutrients they would normally consume in their prey. A rabbit diet consists primarily of grass hay with calcium. And all the other small pets have their own needs and wants from their food! Reading up on your pet's unique dietary needs will help you determine which food is best.

Makers of small pet food are helping to make your decision easier by clearly marking their products with the intended pet consumer. Food for rabbits is clearly labeled "rabbit food," food for guinea pigs is called "guinea pig food" and so on from there. Because some small pet types have similar diets as others, a few pet food makers label their products with both pet types. For instance, a food labeled "food for hamsters & gerbils" is appropriate to feed to both hamsters and gerbils. As long as you shop for the food that is specific to your pet, you should be able to find what you are looking for easily.

Your little furry friends probably love getting special fruits or nuts as a treat. However, you should understand that treats should make up a very small portion of what your pet eats in total. Premade diets like packaged rabbit food and guinea pig food are designed to provide your pet with all essential vitamins and nutrients. Anything extra should be given in strict moderation to avoid upsetting yoor pet's tiny stomach. A healthy guinea pig or rabbit diet balances essential ingredients with the occasional treat. And remember: treats for people rarely make good treats for pets; be sure to research which foods your pet should not eat like chocolate and caffeine.