About The Excel Feeding Plan
Step 1 - Excel Herbage and Forage
These premium quality Timothy Hay and grass foods should form most
of your pets' diet.
They are especially good for dental health as the chewing action required by the fibrevore to eat them, helps to wear down teeth.
The teeth of all fibrevores are constantly growing and overgrown teeth can be the cause of potentially fatal problems.
To find out about our range of products, click on the 'Excel Herbage or Forage' link on the right hand side of this page.
Step 2 - Excel Nuggets
Excel Tasty Nuggets are a single component food and are high in 'Beneficial Fibre' which means they're great for digestive health.
All our Excel Nuggets have added vitamins, minerals and prebiotics to help with healthy eyes, skin and coat.
To find out about our range of products, click on the 'Excel Tasty Nuggets' link on the right hand side of this page.
Step 3 - Excel Nature Snacks
These delicious, natural and healthy snacks are ideal for 'Fibrevores' as they promote emotional health, by preventing boredom.
They can also be used to encourage bonding and interaction between you and your pet.
They can be fed daily, because they're packed with 'Beneficial Fibre' and made with natural ingredients. Some are specifically designed to be fed by hand which helps pets to get comfortable with human attention.
To find out about our range of products, click on the 'Excel Nature Snacks' link on the right hand side of this page.
Step 4 - Fresh Greens
Rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchilla can be fed fresh greens to give additional nutrients and to provide some variety.
You need to be careful which greens you feed them and how much. If you're in doubt, please contact the Burgess Excel team on 0800 413 969.
Step 5 - Fresh Water
A plentiful supply of fresh, clean water must always be available.