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American Pet Diner Timothy High-Fiber Hay

American Pet Diner Timothy High-Fiber Hay

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American Pet Diner Timothy High-Fiber Hay

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Extra fiber and lower calories. Satisfies the need to chew. Reduces boredom. Guaranteed fresh- premium quality.

  • Aromatic and tasty
  • Naturally green
  • Made in the USA
  • SKU2256464
  • Primary BrandAmerican Pet
  • Weight24 OZ
  • Days to ShipUsually Leaves Warehouse the Next Business Day

For best results feed Timothy Hay, free choice (always available), to provide the extra fiber that is essential to the health of your pet's digestive system. Remove and discard any soiled or wet hay, daily. Hay is not a complete diet and should be fed in conjunction with the appropriate American Pet complete pellet ration. Always provide plenty of clean, fresh water. Store hay out of sunlight in a covered container in a cool, dry place.

Ingredients
Timothy Hay, Naturally Grown And Sun-Cured.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein (min.) 8%, Crude Fat (min.) 1.5%, Crude Fiber (max.) 32.0%, Moisture (max.) 12.0%.

Hay is a critical component in your small pet's diet. Young and old, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and other herbivores require more than 80% of their daily intake from hay. American Pet's Premium Hay is cultivated in the high altitude climates of Nevada, Idaho or other Western States. The warm days and cool, dry nights provide the perfect environment for slow growth, which for hay means sweeter and more nutritious with exceptional taste and aroma that pets can't resist. When hay grows too fast, in warmer climates, the nutritional content declines and is replaced with a high level of woody, non-nutritious lignin. Our hay is is high in fiber content and low in calories.