Have you checked the label on your chinchilla’s food lately? Take a look, because some chinchilla foods contain molasses or syrup or other sugary ingredients. This extra sugar in a chinchilla’s diet can lead to overeating and obesity. It can also lead to dental problems too.
Alfalfa meal pellets, soybean hulls, wheat, soybean meal, wheat middlings, locust bean meal, flaxseeds, soybean oil, calcium carbonate, yeast extract, dried parsley, yucca schidigera extract, vitamin E supplement, choline chloride, zinc oxide, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), ferrous sulfate, niacin, manganous oxide, vitamin A supplement, thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin B1), d- calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, copper sulfate, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), folic acid, calcium iodate, biotin, sodium selenite, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin B12 supplement. May contain genetically modified soya and traces of nuts.
Crude Protein (min) 14.0%, Crude Fat (min) 1.0%, Crude Fibre (max) 22.0%, Moisture (max) 11.0%, Calcium (min) 0.5%, Calcium (max) 1.4%, Phosphorus (min) 0.1%, Vitamin A (min) 10000 IU/kg, (4545 IU/lb), Vitamin D3 1000 IU/kg (454 IU/lb), Vitamin E (min) 50 IU/kg (22IU/lb). For best before date and batch code – see side/base of pack.
Guaranteed in the USA by: Supreme Pet Products Inc. P.O. Box 31452 Tucson, AZ 85751-1452 ITF: 18553527605
The average adult chinchilla will require 30-40g (1-1.4oz)/day of Selective Chinchilla. Fresh vegetables should also be provided along with good quality hay and clean drinking water. Please store in a cool dry place.
My vet recommended this food and I’m so glad they did. My chinchillas all look so healthy with beautiful shiny coats.
Delicious! At least my chins think so.