These thornless flowers and petals make great treats for bunnies, guinea pigs, chinchillas, degus and hamsters.
It helps to calm the G.I. tract and against diarrhea.
Never buy them from a supermarket, they are treated to "look" pretty but are not safe for small animals to eat.
Rosa Centifolia, also known as "the Provence rose" or "cabbage rose" and "Rose de Mai" is a hybrid rose thought to be developed by Dutch rose breeders between the 17th century and the 19th century.
Please keep always in mind when you serve your pet new food:
Item does not include bunny bowl.
Please note that some of these herbs like dandelions, red clover and nettles contain a larger amount of calcium compared to other herbs or flowers. In their fresh state some of these herbs may be diuretic but if you have an animal with bladder stones or issues with bladder sludge we suggest to consult your vet before offering these as treats.
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