Cavy Cuisine Vs Burgess Excel

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WillowCL

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Hi

I've read many posts about guinea pig pallets. But I still find it hard to decide which one's best.
I currently feed Burgess Excel, the mint one. And am considering switching to Cavy Cuisine.
Which one is better, and most importantly - why is it better (ingredients etc.)?
Or should I be looking at different pallets, if so why?

I would like to get some detailed information. Most of the posts I've read on the internet just mention which one they prefer, but don't go into details as to why?

Many thanks for your help!
 

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It would also be great to hear from people that switched from burgess to oxbow and their experiences :) thank you.
 

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Hi Thanks for the links. Can you tell me why you recommend these? - I've seen a lot of people recommending the bunny one!
It sure is a little pricey compared to burgess!
It is supposed to be recommended to prevent bladder sludge and cystitis.
Also since using I have seen less calcium deposits. :)
 

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@WillowCL , Hi! Generally, two things to look for in guinea pig pellets are low calcium levels and high Vitamin C and Fibre levels.
 
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