Nibblots Variety Pack

  • Made with added vitamins & omega 3
  • Soft creamy fruit flavoured centre
  • Beneficial for skin and coat
  • No artificial colours or preservatives
  • Resealable
  • Promotes Bonding
  • Individual units are not for sale separately


VETIQ® Nibblots Variety Pack has been formulated to maintain your small animal’s well-being. Each treat is comprised of a delicious crispy cereal shell and tasty cream-filled centre full of flavour and with Omega 3 and added Vitamins A, E & D. A tasty and delicious snack offering health benefits to your cherished one.

  • Soft, creamy & fruity centre, in a tasty crunchy bite.
  • Resealable pack.
  • Promotes bonding.



As per individual packs
For further information please look at the back of pack image above


  • This product is intended for supplemental feeding only.
  • Small animals should be supervised at all times while feeding.
  • Ensure fresh drinking water is available.
  • Not for human consumption.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the minimum age a rabbit should be before feeding VETIQ Nibblots?

    We recommend around 10 weeks of age and following weaning.

    Are the VETIQ Treats packaging recyclable?

    VETIQ Treats packaging can be recycled with other plastics.

    The recycling logo can be found on back of the pack, we have updated the packaging to include the recycling number 7.

    Is it ok to give my pet multiple different types of VETIQ treats?

    Full Question: I am giving my pet 3 types of VETIQ treats, e.g. VETIQ Intestinal Aid Treats, VETIQ Hip and Joint Treats, and VETIQ Flea and Tick Treats. Is it ok to give them the recommended amount of treats for each treat type when combined?

    Yes, it is possible to give your pet each of these treat types together.

    They all have different ingredients present for the various functions, so to get the beneficial effect for each area, you will need to give them the suggested dosage for the pets size for each treat type.

    However, what you need to consider then is how much of their daily calorie intake is being delivered through treats, and reduce their food calorie intake slightly to take this into account.

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