Mr Crumble Gnawing Wood with Apple
Gnawing Wood with Apple €5,95 €6,95

Gnawing Wood with Apple

€6,95 €5,95
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Product description

Mr Crumble Gnawing with Apple

Let the nibbling begin with the Mr. Crumble Gnawing! The natural twigs are sprinkled with dried apple pieces, not only tasty but also very healthy for the teeth. The bark of the fruit branches contains healthy minerals and essential oils that promote the general health of the teeth and gums. Gnawing is very healthy for rodents and rabbits to gnaw!

100% natural hazelnut twigs
Helps wear teeth
Fights boredom

Some rodents gnaw wood very actively and others don't at all. It is on the one hand a matter of taste, but on the other hand a matter of need. If a rodent has no need to gnaw because the teeth stay at a good length through food, hay or other nibbles, then he will gnaw on wood less. It is good to always offer natural gnawing material so that the animals can always gnaw if they have a need to gnaw.

Gnawing wood is used by rodents to wear down their teeth. Because the teeth of rodents always continue to grow, they must regularly have something to gnaw so that they do not become too long and grow crooked.

100% Natural
Helps wear teeth
Contains vitamins and minerals
Fights boredom

Mr Crumble rodent and rabbit natural food and snacks

Specifications
Content: 45 grams | 10 cm
Composition: Fruit sprigs, apple
Analysis: -
Promotes Foraging: Yes, by scattering around
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dormouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit
Particularities: -
Mr Crumble Gnawing Wood with Apple
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