Gnawing Root Gnawing Wood
Gnawing Root Gnawing Wood €12,95

Gnawing Root Gnawing Wood

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Gnawing Root Gnawing Wood

The rodent root is a 100% natural heather root from Italy. There, these unmanaged forest areas are regularly cut down for fire safety reasons and we use the roots of the heather bushes as gnawing material for our animals, so nothing is wasted.

100% Natural gnawing wood
✔Supports natural tooth wear
Prevents dental problems and problem behavior

A nice side effect of the rodent root is that it lasts a long time. It is a fairly robust piece of about 220 grams that most rodents and rabbits can gnaw on for a very long time.

Some rodents gnaw wood very actively, others not at all. It is a matter of taste on the one hand, but also a matter of need on the other. If a rodent does not have to gnaw because the teeth are kept at a good length by food, hay or other snacks, then it will gnaw on wood less. It is good to always offer natural gnawing material, so that the animals can always gnaw when they have to gnaw.

Gnawing wood is used by rodents to wear down their teeth. Because rodent teeth are always growing, they need to be brushed regularly to prevent them from growing too long and crooked.

Content (approx): about 220 grams
Composition: Heather shrub root
Analysis: -
Promotes Foraging: No. Helps to wear down the teeth
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
Particularities: Natural product, which means that color and shape may differ and deviate from the image
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