Gerbil Rodent material in the Gerbil Webshop

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Gerbils are real rodents and really love to gnaw! They prefer to nibble everything. It is therefore good to offer these animals sufficient rodent material. The natural gnawing requirement is very important and also prevalent at Gerbils. At ge
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gerbil rodent material for gerbils in the gerbil webshop

Responsible rodent material for your Gerbil can be easily and quickly purchased at DRD Rodent Store ® The Gerbil Webshop for your Gerbils!

rodent material Gerbils have a natural need to gnaw. This is because Gerbils are rodents and have growing incisors. It is therefore necessary for Gerbils that they can gnaw at something to wear off their teeth. If Gerbils have too few possibilities to wear the teeth, the teeth can become too long or start to grow crooked, with all that that entails.

Rodent is used by rodents to wear their teeth. Because the teeth of rodents are constantly growing, they must regularly have a bit to gnaw so that they do not grow too long and start to grow crooked.

With many rodents you see a difference in gnawing activity, which is actually not the case with Gerbils. These animals are really fond of gnawing and can therefore sometimes gnaw at parts that the owner is not so happy with. Because Gerbils can gnaw really well, it is important that their stay is designed for this. Plastic edges will be nibbled in no time. It is therefore wise to focus Gerbils' attention on the right rodent material. Safe willow, birch, lime, apple ... etc is ideal for giving. The variation in thickness and structure is also very nice for the animals!

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