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JR Farm Nibble Wood Apple Tree
Nibble Wood Apple Tree €3,95 €4,95

Nibble Wood Apple Tree

€4,95 €3,95
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Product description

JR Farm Nibble Wood Apple tree for rodents & rabbits!

Freshly cut and dried nibble wood from the apple tree for rodents. It is good to make several nibbles available at the same time. The animals can wear their teeth on the wood in a safe way.

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

Some rodents are very actively gnawing gnaws and others not at all. On the one hand it is a matter of taste, but on the other hand it is a matter of need. If a rodent has no need to gnaw because the teeth keep their length due to the food, hay or other nibbles, he will chew less wood. It is good to always offer natural gnawing wood so that the animals can always gnaw when they have a need to gnaw.

Pure Nature
Rich in fiber
Provides a lot of nibbling pleasure and helps wear out the teeth

apple tree wood rodent rabbit

yr farm rodent snacks and food for rodents and rabbits

Specifications
Content: 100 grams
Composition: Apple tree wood
Analysis: -
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
Particularities: -
JR Farm Nibble Wood Apple Tree
Reviews
7.5 / 10
(4)
10 / 10
yasemin 01 June 2020

Heel leuk. Mijn hamster vind het ook lekker om er soms op te knabbelen

6 / 10
Laura 02 April 2020

De dikke knaagstokjes heeft onze Russische dwerghamster nog niet aangeraakt, maar aan een dunne hebben wij hem al vaak zien knabbelen.
Er mag best wat minder in een verpakking, dan kun je vaker afwisselen.

8 / 10
Kathleen 01 September 2019

De muisjes vinden het top.

6 / 10
Eveline 06 December 2018

Smaken verschillen en mijn beide gerbils knagen liever aan de trapjes en laddertjes in hun hok dan aan de appelhoutjes :)

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