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PetAg Nurser Bottle, 2 oz.

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The PetAg Nurser Bottle was developed to promote the natural feeding of KMR or Esbilac milk replacer formulas or other liquids to animals.

  • Bottles and nipple specially designed for small and large babies: 2 oz. for small animals, 4 oz. for larger animals
  • Bottle feeding allows animal to refuse formula when full
  • Nursing action develops facial muscles and stimulates the normal flow of saliva
  • Bottle is durable enough to stand up to hard use
  • Marked with graduations to make monitoring food intake easier and to help prevent over or under feeding
  • Nipples of durable, flexible silicon that are readily acceptable

Specification Description
Product Type: Nursing
Brand: PetAg
Medicated: No
Package Size: 2 oz.
Pet Type: Cat
Manufacturer Part Number 99801
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Would this nipple be small enough for a baby rabbit whose eyes are open, can hop around, but can't eat solids yet?

Asked by: Ash6
We typically recommend our elongated nipple for rabbits, the standard 2 oz nurser nipple may work but the tip is slightly more bulbous where as the elongated nipple comes to a narrow point.
Answered by: PetAg Consumer Relations
Date published: 2018-05-15

Does the nipple come with the bottle as shown?

Asked by: GaryKim
That is correct. The 2 oz nurser bottle includes the standard 2 oz nipple pictured.
Answered by: PetAg Consumer Relations
Date published: 2018-03-21

How do I know what size hole I need to puncher in the nipple

Asked by: Bburt69
It is at the user's discretion to choose the size of the hole. The smaller the hole, the slower the flow. We would recommend contacting an animal health professional if you are unsure of how quickly the animal should feed.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2017-09-21
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