JR Farm Celery Crunch
Celery Crunch €3,99 €4,99

Celery Crunch

€4,99 €3,99
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Product description

JR Farm Celery Crunch: Healthy Nibble Treat for Rodents & Rabbits

The JR Farm Celery Crunch is a delicious nibble treat specially developed for rodents and rabbits. Made from 100% crunchy celery plant, it offers healthy chewing pleasure and a tasty change.

Natural Pleasure: The Celery Crunch consists of pure celery, known for its crunchy texture and fresh taste. There are no additives, so your little friends can enjoy a natural treat
Nibbling pleasure: The crunchy texture invites you to chew, which not only provides entertainment but can also support dental health
Busyness and Enjoyment: The crunchy texture of the Celery Crunch invites intensive chewing, which not only provides activity, but can also support dental health.

Give your rodents and rabbits a tasty treat with the JR Farm Celery Crunch. A natural treat that fulfills their chewing needs and provides variation in their diet.

Nutritional advice JR Farm Celery Crunch

Depending on the size of the animal, up to 3 tablespoons per day or mixed purely with the main feed.

jr farm rodent snacks and food for rodents and rabbits

Specifications
Content (approx): 200 grams
Composition: Celery
Analysis: -
Promotes Foraging: Yes
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
Type: supplementary pet food
Particularities: -
Disclaimer: Not for food producing animals
JR Farm Celery Crunch
Reviews
10 / 10
(2)
10 / 10
Luna 06 October 2022

mijn degoes houden ervan :)

10 / 10
Yvonne 01 October 2020

Mijn cavia’s smullen hiervan! En ook nog eens gezond en zonder suiker. Heel fijn voor een cavia met diabetes.

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