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Content: 0.1 Kilogramm (€35.00* / 1 Kilogramm)
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Plastic free packaging

Plastic free packaging

All feeds are shipped in bags made of cellulose or paper.

Pest Free and Longer Shelf Life

Pest Free & Longer Shelf Life

Our feed mixtures are packed in a protective atmosphere, germ-free and airtight.

No long delivery time

No long delivery time

We ship our products within 1-3 business days.

Dandelion leaves, whole
Dried dandelion leaves are the leaves of the dandelion plant, scientifically known as Taraxacum officinale. They are widely available and often considered a weed, but have a high nutrient density and are a valuable food source for various animals.

For small rodents such as guinea pigs, chinchillas and degus, dried dandelion leaves are a popular addition to their diet. These animals are herbivores and need a balanced diet rich in fibre, vitamins and minerals. Dried dandelion leaves contain a variety of these nutrients, including vitamins A, C, K and several B vitamins such as folic acid. They also contain minerals such as calcium, potassium and iron.

Eating dried dandelion leaves can help guinea pigs, chinchillas, dwarf rabbits and degus support healthy digestion, a strong immune system and good bone health.

Rabbits, including dwarf rabbits and ram rabbits, are also herbivores and can benefit from dandelion leaves. Rabbits need a diet rich in fibre to help them use their teeth and avoid digestive problems. Dandelion leaves are a welcome addition and contain many important nutrients that can help maintain health.

For invertebrates such as shrimp , dandelion leaves are a natural food source. In aquaristics, dried dandelion leaves are often used as a supplementary food for shrimp. They contain bioactive substances that can support shrimp health, as well as dietary fibres that promote healthy digestion.

Overall, dried dandelion leaves are a valuable addition to the diet of small rodents such as guinea pigs, chinchillas, degus and rabbits as they are rich in nutrients. For invertebrates such as shrimps, dried dandelion leaves can also be an enriching food source. However, it is important to note that the nutritional needs of individual animals may vary and dandelion leaves should be offered as part of a balanced diet.
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6 March 2024 06:22

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Lieben die kleinen

1 October 2023 19:46

gute Qualität

gute Qualität

21 September 2023 07:39

Alles bestens

Alles bestens

2 August 2023 05:46

Perfekt für eine Eigenmischung, genau wie abgebildet

Perfekt für eine Eigenmischung, genau wie abgebildet

15 July 2023 11:43

Meine Chins lieben sie.

Die Löwnzahnblätter sind nicht mehr so gross wie die Abbildung, aber sie sind super gut für meine Chinchillas. Sie lieben sie. Danke und LG.

6 June 2023 13:22

Alles bestens

Alles bestens

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