Timothy Hay Stick Bendable Bridge Treat and Chew Toy For Rabbits, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas and Small Rodents.
Material : Natural Timothy Hay
Small Pet Healthy Snacks Suitable For : Small Pet, Chinchilla, Rabbit, Hamster, Guinea Pig, Squirrel rtc….
Material : Natural Timothy Hay Bridge Size : 10cm – 12cm, 3.9inch – 4.7inch Full Bridge is about 20 to 25 Hay Sticks. Keep in mind it depends on the size of the hay sticks.
Gauge: The length is about 3.94 inches to 4.5 inches, but the thickness is different. The item is 100% natural botany good for squirrels, rabbit rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs, hamsters and other small pets.
Small Animal Snacks/Treats: Rabbits, Chinchillas, Guinea Pigs, and other Small Animals Raw Material: Hay Sticks Feature: Timothy Hay Storage: Sealed and stored in a cool and dry place. Advantage: High fiber nutrition
1. Natural raw materials, rich in fiber, 100% natural fresh timothy hay.
2. Fresh taste and good palatability.
3. Rich in nutrients, high digestion and absorption rate, supplement the nutrients needed by the body.
4. High fiber and easy to digest, suitable for all kinds of rodent pets.
Safe and Natural Toys: Handmade Timothy Hay Sticks. This product helps with digestion and relieve intestinal inflammation and mild pain.
Grinding Teeth: Timothy Hay is 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.
Suitable for Small Animals: Guinea pigs, squirrels, rabbits, parrots, hamsters, gerbils and other rodents.
The protein and fibre levels help to keep the gastrointestinal tract functioning properly.
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 high in fiber and low in protein which is a combination critical to the health of guinea pigs, squirrels, rabbits, parrots, hamsters, gerbils and other rodents.