Rodipet® Organic Hybrid Hamster Food Junior 500g
- developed with veterinarians
- suitable for all dwarf hamsters
- contains Jerusalem artichoke, which is rich in inulin
- low in carbohydrates
- rich in fibres
- organically sourced ingredients
- organic certified by Eco-Monitoring Unit DE-021
Our Hybrid Mix is tailored especially to the needs of dwarf hamsters with a high risk of developing diabetes.
Rodipet® Hybrid food is unique as it is the result of our successful Rodenti® expeditions to the home countries of the various species of dwarf hamsters complemented by in-depth collaboration with veterinarians specialising in diabetes research. This level of networking resulted in Rodipet® Hybrid, a feed particularly suitable for dwarf hamsters with a pre-disposition towards developing diabetes, but also a favourite with healthy low-risk dwarf hamsters.
Buckwheat, yellow millet, wild proso millet, toasted soybeans, quinoa, teff seeds, camelina seeds, barley, timothy seeds, milk thistle seeds, sesame seeds, walnuts, aniseed, brown linseed, golden linseed, alfalfa seeds, fennel seeds, oilseed rape, sage leaves, dandelion roots, Jerusalem artichoke tuber, pine kernels, nettle leaves, heather flowers, lady's mantle leaves, evening primrose seeds, common marigold flowers, camomile flowers, mountain thyme (all ingredients are organically sourced)
Analytical constituents: crude fibre: 6.0 %, crude protein: 17.5 %, crude oils and fats: 12.7 %, crude ash: 3.2 % Naturally contained minerals per 100 g: calcium: 190 mg, phosphorus: 490 mg, magnesium: 230 mg, potassium: 670 mg, sodium: 32 mg Naturally contained trace elements per 100 g: iron: 87.1 mg, manganese: 32.4 mg, zinc: 35.7 mg, copper: 6.7 mg
Feed each dwarf hamster 1 heaped measuring spoon daily. If you are caring for pregnant females or mothers with babies, please allow them an additional ½ measuring spoon. This recommendation is based on average observations, so please check your pet's stores occasionally to see if you need to adjust the amount slightly.
All species of dwarf hamsters as well as other omnivorous rodents living in steppe areas, but particularly for animals that have a high risk of developing diabetes (hybrid dwarf hamsters, Campbell's dwarf hamsters, "Russian/winter white dwarf hamsters" of unknown origin and Chinese hamsters).