When giving your furry companion forage mixes, it's important to monitor them throughout the day if it is their first time consuming any of the specified ingredients. Just like humans, small animals can be allergic to certain flowers, leaves, fruit and vegetables.
Certain mixes and specific ingredients should only be fed sparingly (limited) as too much can cause an upset stomach. As each furry companion is different, we do ask that you take into consideration that he or she may not like a certain flower or leaf, if that's the case, just let us know and we'll be happy to swap the mix/box out for you!
When first introducing your companion to a new foraging mix, please only give a teaspoon at a time. This is also a good rule of thumb when introducing any new food or treat to your furry friend's diet.
We ourselves care for many small companions and rotate the mixes throughout the weeks to ensure they remain entertained, healthy and mentally stimulated.
While herbs are generally healthy, can be used to enrich your bunny’s life and have mild medicinal properties, you should never try to treat a rabbit’s illness using just these herbs. Please, if you notice any symptoms of illness in your rabbit, consult your veterinarian as soon as possible. We do not claim to heal or treat any illnesses with our foraging boxes and mixes. Although we provide you with the benefits of each ingredient we may use, we highly encourage you to do your own research as you know your bunny best.