JR Farm Back to Instinct Active Foraging Carpet 30 cm
Back to Instinct Active Foraging Carpet 30 cm €9,99 €10,99

Back to Instinct Active Foraging Carpet 30 cm

€10,99 €9,99
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Product description

JR Farm Back to Instinct Active Foraging Carpet for rodents and rabbits!

ground cover for rodents and rats to play in Challenge & Play
This article gives the animals a challenge and fun, and it also prevents boredom.

Arouse your rodent's primal instincts with the JR Farm Back to Instinct Active Carpet. Rodents and rabbits smell their food in a natural environment, including in the ground. Hide some treats in the mat and let your rodent look for his food. Not only will this activity contribute to your rodent's balance and stress reduction, but you will also have fun watching your animal. Depending on the desired level of difficulty, hide the included, grain-free JR Grainless Drops at different depths in the soft carpet made of hemp fiber. The hemp mat lies in a natural fiber casing covered with hay, which can be eaten completely. So that your rodent can also entertain itself without supervision with the Active Carpet. Made from 100% natural ingredients.

Support the foraging instinct
Supports the sense of smell
M ade from 100% natural material
Easily removed and can be disposed of in the green waste
Different levels/depths for foraging

NB! The box is no longer sprinkled with hay.

Why are foraging toys good for rodents and rabbits?

❤ Stimulate natural behavior: Foraging toys imitate the natural behavior of rodents and rabbits, namely looking for food in their environment. Challenging them to search and dig for their food stimulates their natural instincts and keeps them active and satisfied.

❤ Physical activity: Foraging toys encourage rodents and rabbits to be active and exercise. They have to walk around, dig, push and pull to get to the rewards. This promotes exercise and helps maintain a healthy weight and good physical condition.

❤ Enrichment of the environment: Foraging toys add an element of challenge and variety to the environment of rodents and rabbits. It makes their daily life more interesting and prevents them from getting bored in a monotonous environment. This can lead to better overall well-being.

❤ Prevents Overeating: Foraging toys make the feeding process slower and more challenging. This means that rodents and rabbits have to make more effort to get to their food, which means they cannot eat large quantities in one go. This helps prevent overeating and weight problems.

In short, foraging toys for rodents and rabbits provide both physical and mental stimulation, help prevent boredom and promote natural behavior. It's a great way to improve their well-being and quality of life.

Active Carpet user manual

Step 1: Take the carpet out of the packaging and remove the protective film.
Step 2: Place the active carpet that is already filled with JR Grainless Drops in the rodent cage and watch your rodent look for the treats!
Step 3: After all snacks have been found, you can refill the Active Carpet. The difficulty of the animal can be controlled via the insertion depth.

jr farm rodent snacks and food for rodents and rabbits

Size (approx): 30 x 24 x 4 cm
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
Particularities: Offer under supervision | The outer walls are not sprinkled with hay
JR Farm Back to Instinct Active Foraging Carpet 30 cm
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Linda Hilderink 11 November 2018

Mijn Hamster heeft er veel plezier van hij graaft en knabbelde er lekker op los. Ik dacht dat je het oneindig kunt bijvullen maar dat is niet zo ze graven en knabbelen het kapot en maken er een nest van. Ze zijn er wel lekker een poos actief mee zoet, Ach dan kopen we weer een nieuwe

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