Rodipet Organic Culinary Small Seeds (200g)

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  • exquisite treasures of nature
  • mix for all small rodent gourmands
  • widely accepted by pets
  • high-quality seeds
  • exciting tastes
  • made from-organic ingredients
  • DE-021 organic certification

Why not treat your little friend to this memorable 5-Star gourmet dinner: Carefully selected seeds hide a multitude of delightful taste experiences under their unassuming shells.

Prime ingredients: These unprocessed seeds from nature's treasure troves make for a welcome change in your pet's usual diet.

Foraging adventure: Clever little rodents like hamsters and mice have excellent senses of smell and touch that enable them to find even the smallest seeds. Why not turn feeding into an adventure for your little friend by scattering a portion of Rodipet Culinary Small Seeds around the enclosure.

Why organic? See for yourself how your pets will love the significantly more intense flavours – and the food is also richer in vitamins and minerals than non-organic alternatives. Your pet will enjoy the difference with all their senses. As an organic certified business, we are bound by the EU organic regulations. Our methods are in accordance with organic production guidelines and we make sure that your pets’ food is free from genetically modified ingredients, chemical herbicides and pesticides. Our adhesion to these standards is annually checked and verified by an independent eco-inspection body.

Ingredients: Buckwheat, yellow millet, bokhara clover seeds, amaranth, sunflower seeds, hempseed, rapeseed, camelina seeds, quinoa, alfalfa seeds, sesame seeds, red clover seeds, braun linseed, evening primrose seeds, poppy seeds, golden linseed, nettle seeds, milk thistle seeds, black sesame seeds, aniseed. (all ingredients are organically sourced) DE-ÖKO-021

Rodipet recommends this product for all species of dwarf hamsters and other animals native to steppe regions and especially for animals that have a high risk of developing diabetes (e.g. hybrid dwarf hamsters, Campbell's dwarf hamsters, Chinese hamsters, non-purebred Russian/winter white dwarf hamsters).