- Premium quality, nutritious mouse and rat food with vegetarian ingredients
- Encourages natural foraging behaviour
- Helps keep your pet mouse and rat’s teeth clean and trim
Premium quality, nutritious mouse and rat food with vegetarian ingredients only
Peters Mouse & Rat Feast – Vegetarian is a delicious blend of premium quality crunchy grains, crispy cereal shapes, lupins, beans and maize mingled with sweet tasting banana and carrot.
Encourage natural foraging behaviour
Your pet will love the array of flavours, textures and aromas to be found in this delicious and nutritious mouse and rat food. Each ingredient is specially selected to encourage the natural foraging behaviour of mice and rats.
Helps keep your pet mouse and rat’s teeth clean and trim
Mealtimes are sure to be interesting and fun as your pet searches out tasty morsels to nibble. And while your pet is nibbling and gnawing contentedly, the chewing action helps to keep teeth trim.
Suitable for all breeds of adult mice and rats.
Weight: 800g pack
Pellets (containing Wheaten bran and pollard, Lupins, Barley, Lucerne, Clover, Lignin, Canola, Triticale, Lentils, Oats, Peas, Beans, Soya, Sunflower, Grape and products derived from those ingredients, Bentonite, Limestone, Dicalcium phosphate, Salt, Vitamins and Minerals), Extruded cereal pieces, Flaked maize, Sunflower seed, Lupins, Faba beans, Crushed maize, Banana chips, Barley meal, Wheat grit, Soya, Beet pulp, Carrot, Vegetable oil, Colours and Antioxidant.
- Crude Protein (min) 14.5%
- Crude Fat (min) 6.0%
- Crude Fibre (max) 8.0%
- Salt (NaCl) (max added) 0.5%
How to feed your pet mice and rats Peters Mouse and Rat Feast – Vegetarian
The amount to feed will depend on the size and age of your pet. As a guide, a mouse will eat approximately 5-10 grams per day and a rat will eat approximately 20-30 grams per day. The needs of individual pets may vary, so weight and wellbeing should be regularly monitored.
To feed your pet mouse or rat, place some Peters Mouse and Rat Feast – Vegetarian into their feeding bowl or container. You can also scatter your pet’s daily amount around their cage to encourage them to sniff out and find their meal. This makes dinner time more interesting and fun, and stops your pet from getting bored.