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Twitch Rabbit Food
Keeping tails wagging since 1986

Wagg Twitch Rabbit Nuggets

Available in:2kg4kg15kg

Our complementary rabbit feed is designed to be fed alongside a diet that is up to 85% hay or fresh grass. Rabbit Nuggets contain 19% fibre and yeast extracts to keep your rabbit’s digestive system healthy. A variety of high quality ingredients are all combined into a single nugget formula to avoid selective feeding and promote a balanced diet.


Complementary Feed

Twitch Rabbit Food
  • Made in the UK
    Made in the UK
  • Digestive health
    Digestive health
  • Skin & Coat
    Skin & Coat
  • Immune system support
    Immune system support

Ingredients & Nutrition

We only put the very best into our food and treats, so you and your pets get the most out of them. Take a closer look at our recipes and nutritional information here.

Key Benefits

  • Digestive Health

    Digestive Health

    Contains probiotic FOS to support the population of healthy bacteria within the gut.

  • Skin & Coat

    Skin & Coat

    With added linseed to help maintain healthy skin and coat.

  • Tasty Recipe

    Tasty Recipe

    Includes peas and apple pomace to create a tasty nugget.

  • Immunity

    Immune Support

    Our combination of vitamins A & E with carefully selected trace elements help support a healthy immune system.

  • Teeth & Bones

    Teeth & Bones

    Balanced calcium and phosphorous levels to help maintain healthy teeth and bones.

  • No Artificial Colours or Flavours

    No Artificial Colours or Flavours

    We do not add any artificial colours or flavours to our foods.


Twitch Rabbit Food

Oat Fibre, Wheat Fibre, Sunflower Meal, Lucerne Meal, Grass Meal, Peas (2%), Carob Bean Meal, Apple Pomace (2%), Linseed (1%), Vegetable Oil, Minerals, MOS (0.05%).Oat Fibre, Wheat Fibre, Sunflower Meal, Lucerne Meal, Grass Meal, Peas (2%), Carob Bean Meal, Apple Pomace (2%), Linseed (1%), Vegetable Oil, Minerals, MOS (0.05%).

Additives (per kg)

Twitch Rabbit Food

Vitamin A 15,000 iu, Vitamin D3 1,500 iu, Vitamin E 90 mg, Zinc (Zinc Chelate of Amino Acid Hydrate) 20 mg, Manganese (Manganous Oxide) 30 mg, Zinc (Zinc Oxide) 30 mg, Iron (Iron Sulphate Monohydrate) 10 mg, Copper (Copper Sulphate Pentahydrate) 6.25 mg, Iodine (Calcium Iodate Anhydrous) 1.5mg, Antioxidants.

Analytical Constituents

Twitch Rabbit Food

Protein 13%,Fat Content 4.2%, Crude Fibre 19%, Crude Ash 7.2%, Calcium 0.8%, Phosphorus 0.5%

Where To Buy

You’ll see the Wagg range at all the best pet food retailers and supermarkets.

Feeding Guide

For Rabbits

Care and Advice

Twitch Rabbit Nuggets are a complementary feed for rabbits. Rabbits should have constant access to fresh hay and water at all times. Hay is essential to provide them with a complete diet and help them maintain healthy digestion, promote natural tooth wear and provide environmental enrichment. Providing twigs and branches for rabbits to gnaw on from trees such as apple, willow and hazel, can also help keep their teeth healthy and strong.

Rabbits enjoy variety and appreciate the addition of fresh food in their diet several times each week; leafy greens and dandelion leaves are ideal. Providing plenty of space and the company of other rabbits is hugely important for keeping your rabbit happy, as is keeping your rabbit at the ideal weight.

Body Condition Score

This chart is intended to be used as a guide, if your rabbit does not fall into the ‘ideal’ range we suggest you consult your vet for further advice.

  1. 1.

    Very Thin

    Ribs, spine and hips feel angular, bones easily felt and animal clearly underweight/emaciated. No layer of fat or muscle apparent, even on the rump.

    Icon rabbit very thin
  2. 2.


    Ribs, spine and points of hips can be felt easily by hand. No fat layer but some muscle may be apparent. No roundness to rump.

    Icon rabbit thin
  3. 3.


    A layer of muscle/fat present which softens outline. The arch of spine, last few ribs and hip points can still be felt with gentle pressure. Streamlined outline, feet and legs easily defined when sitting.

    Icon rabbit ideal
  4. 4.


    Pressure is needed to feel the spine and hip bones. Some fat layers including a rounded rump. Legs may be less easy to define from the body when sitting.

    Icon rabbit overweight
  5. 5.


    Spine and hip bones cannot be felt. A fat roll may be present around neck/shoulders when sitting. Rounded rump – no definition from hips. Legs and feet harder to define when sitting.

    Icon rabbit obese

Daily Feeding Guide

Age Serving Size (per day)
Young / Growing 60g - 110g + Hay
Adult 50g - 120g + Hay
Doe + Litter 250g + 450g + Hay

A good quality hay or fresh grass should make up approximately 85% of their diet, alongside fresh water and occasional leafy greens.