Trixie Hay roll with Blossom mix 200 grams
Hay roll with Blossom mix 200 grams €4,99 €5,99

Hay roll with Blossom mix 200 grams

€5,99 €4,99
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Product description

Hay bale with Blossom mix for rodents and rabbits!

Delicious hay bale enriched with a fresh blossom mix for rodents and rabbits. The hay bale is tied with hemp rope, which is also nice and gnawable for the animals. All in all, the hay bale is not only tasty, but also great fun to nibble on!

Combats boredom
Extra tasty nibbling fun
Responsible snack
Extra fun

For which rodents is this Hay Bale with Blossom Mix suitable?

This nice hay bale is suitable for slightly larger (herbivorous) rodents such as: Guinea pigs , Rabbits , Chinchillas and Degus . The hay bale is quite large, making it too big for small rodents. The hay bale is not only suitable for herbivorous (plant-eating) rodents, but also a very good addition to the daily hay diet.

Does the hay bale provide a form of enrichment for rodents and rabbits?

Yes, the hay bale provides food enrichment to herbivorous rodents such as guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas and degus. These animals have a great need for fiber so that digestion continues to function properly. Normally, these animals are given extensive or even unlimited access to hay . The hay bale is a nice addition to this and enriches the daily hay supply.

Content (approx): 200 grams
Composition: Blossom mix
Analysis: -
Promotes Foraging: Yes
Suitable for: Rodents, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
Type: supplementary pet food
Particularities: -
Disclaimer: Not for food producing animals
Trixie Hay roll with Blossom mix 200 grams
10 / 10
10 / 10
JB 01 April 2021

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