Floral Round Cakes and Rattan Balls Hanging Chew Toy Treat For Rabbit, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas & Small Rodents
Safe and Natural: Handmade with Timothy grass powder without industrial pollution. It helps digestion and relieve intestinal inflammation and mild pain.
Double Roasting: The whole process of production is up to 26 hours. Double baking ensures the hardness of the grass ball and the effect of grinding.
Helps Grinding Teeth: Hardened treats are good for their teeth and can be chewed safely. If they don’t grind their teeth, they will wear their upper and lower jaws when their teeth get longer.
Nutritional Balance: High fiber and low protein, promote digestion and gastrointestinal motility. Rich in vitamins, supplement the nutrients needed for small pets.
HIGH FIBER AND LOW PROTEIN – Our Festive Treats are the perfect treat for your pet. The high fiber content helps to keep them regular, while the low protein content prevents hairballs.
CRISP AND CRUNCHY – A healthy alternative to sugary treats, our Festive Hay Treat are made with 100% natural ingredients. It’s an ideal treat for guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas, and other small animals.
DOUBLE BAKING – Our Festive Treats are baked twice to create a crunchy texture that will delight your pet! The tree can be served whole or broken into smaller pieces for a fun nibble.
NATURAL GRASS POWDER – We add natural grass powder to the mix to provide fiber and help keep teeth clean. Your furry friend will love this festive treat! Nutritional Balance: High fiber and low protein, promote digestion and gastrointestinal motility. Rich in vitamins, supplement the nutrients needed for small pets.
Timothy Hay Is the Best Choice of Rabbit Hay: Timothy Hay is by far the most popular and probably the best kind you can give your rabbit as their basic hay source. Timothy hay is a good all-around choice for unlimited offering to your guinea pigs, squirrels, rabbits, parrots, hamsters, gerbils and other rodents. The protein and fiber levels help to keep the gastrointestinal tract functioning properly. Timothy Hay should be fed as ‘free-choice’ food daily, meaning it should be ALWAYS available.
Melissa T –
Love these perfect for my rats