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JR Farm Back to Instinct Shell Game
Back to Instinct Shell Game €5,95 €6,95

Back to Instinct Shell Game

€6,95 €5,95
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Product description

JR Farm Back to Instinct Shell Game for rodents and rabbits!

1, 2 or 3 - are you in this game? Simply hide the included oat cookies under one of the three grass hats and watch your rodent or rabbit search. Of course, you can also hide your pet's favorite treats under the hats as a search object. Your pet will certainly enjoy this game and you will ensure that there is no boredom in the small animal enclosure! Our hats are made of 100% natural material and of course without artificial glue. And that's why your little darling - when he doesn't want to play anymore - can also nibble on the hats.

Challenge and intelligence training
Play together
A lot of fun

This product is designed as a common activity for animal and owner that supports the animal's motor skills, play and learning instinct. The Shell Game should be removed from the animal when it is empty and before it can be chewed.

yr farm rodent snacks and food for rodents and rabbits

Specifications
Content: 3 hats of Ø 5 x 10 cm (dxh) | Oatmeal Cookies
Composition: Hay from mountain pastures, pea starch, natural fibres, oat corners (cereals [oats 50%], vegetable protein extracts, vegetable by-products [barley malt, alfalfa extract], minerals)
Analysis: Protein 8.1%, fat content 2.3%, crude fiber 23.9%, crude ash 7.9%, calcium 14358 mg/kg, phosphorus 1586 mg/kg, sodium 1312 mg/kg
Suitable for: Rodents, Gerbil, Hamster, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
Particularities: -
JR Farm Back to Instinct Shell Game
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