Petfood maker Purina recently launched two new lines of food and treats for small animals, available in US PetSmart stores.
The new products, Purina Garden Recipe and Purina Small Animals, are specially formulated diets for gerbils, hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, rats and mice, Purina says, made from ingredients like seeds, nuts, vegetables and fruits. Products include Purina Garden Recipe Rabbit Diet, Purina Garden Recipe Rat and Mouse Diet, Purina Garden Recipe Guinea Pig Diet, Purina Garden Recipe Gerbil and Hamster Diet, Purina Apple-Flavored Flips, Purina Gourmet Bites with Tasty Vegetables, and Purina Treat Sticks varieties for guinea pigs, hamsters and rabbits.
"All pets, no matter how small, quickly become cherished family members,” said Gabriela Bonadonna, senior marketing manager for Land O’Lakes Purina Feed. “With years of experience feeding animals large and small, people have trusted Purina to provide quality products backed by more than a century of scientific research and an abiding passion for the health and well-being of animals of all sizes. With the launch of Purina Small Animals, we can be sure that even the smallest family members are getting the nutrition they need, the variety they love, and treats that taste good and satisfy.”
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