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JR Farm Back to Instinct Snack Labyrinth
Back to Instinct Snack Labyrinth €11,95 €13,95

Back to Instinct Snack Labyrinth

€13,95 €11,95
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Product description

JR Farm Back to Instinct Snack Labyrinth

The JR Farm Back to Instinct Snack Labyrinth is play and discovery in one! Awaken your rodent's original instincts. Rodents are constantly engaged in foraging in the wild. With the JR FARM Snack labyrinth, your rodent can also exhibit this natural instinctive behavior at home and at the same time exercise its senses. Not only will this activity help balance and reduce your rodent's stress, but you'll also enjoy watching your pet.

Hide the included pumpkin seeds in the hallways, and your rodent will immediately start happily looking for them in the labyrinth. As an alternative to the pumpkin seeds, you can use any of your pet's favorite snacks. The Snack labyrinth is made of (hay-covered) natural fiber walls that can be completely nibbled on.

Pure Nature
Provides a challenge and prevents boredom
Includes free pumpkin seeds

yr farm rodent snacks and food for rodents and rabbits

Specifications
Content: 1 x Labyrinth 28 x 28 x 10 cm (lxwxh)
Composition: Natural fiber 40.3%, mountain pasture hay 29.1%, vegetable starch, pumpkin seeds 3.2%
Analysis: Protein 5.1%, Fat 3.2%, Crude Fiber 29.8%, Crude Ash 9.7%, Calcium 2327mg/kg, Phosphorus 828mg/kg, Sodium 510mg/kg
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Hamster, Gerbil
Particularities: -
JR Farm Back to Instinct Snack Labyrinth
Reviews
8 / 10
(2)
8 / 10
Krijn 08 February 2021

Het ziet er heel leuk uit, maar wij moeten het nog cadeau geven voor kleindochter haar verjaardag!

8 / 10
Caroline 01 September 2019

Grappig ding, de robo’s klimmen alleen over de schotjes heen. Dus geen echt labyrinth

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