Drinking bottles & water bowls for rodents & rabbits!

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You can order drinking bottles for rodents & rabbits easily and quickly at DRD Knaagdierwinkel® No rodent enclosure is complete without a hygienic drinking bottle!
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  • Al 13 jaar een begrip!

You can order drinking bottles for your Rodent & Rabbit easily and quickly at DRD Knaagdierwinkel®

Drinking bottles for rodents and rabbits Dive into the Drinking Bottle World for your Fluffy Friends

No rodent enclosure is complete without a clean, hygienic drinking bottle ! Keep your rodents hydrated and healthy with our range of drinking bottles. Remember: a daily change keeps the water fresh and tasty, especially during hot summer days. With our drinking bottles for Mouse , Hamster , Gerbil , Rat, Guinea Pig , Rabbit , Chinchilla and Degu you are assured of quality and convenience!

How can you offer water to your rodents and rabbits?

The most well-known way of giving water is the drinking bottle. This is easy to attach to the enclosure and gives the rodents access to their drinks all day long.

A drinking bottle is also very hygienic, as no dirt can get into it. It is very important that the drinking bottle is cleaned regularly, otherwise algae and bacteria can grow in it. These microorganisms are harmful to the health of rodents.

Hygienic
Always access to water
Controllable water intake

Another major advantage of a drinking bottle is that you can control your water intake. So you can clearly see how much your rodents drink and that is important to monitor their health. Animals that are sick and no longer drink are extra vulnerable and can quickly end up in mortal danger due to dehydration.

How much water do rodents and rabbits actually drink per day?

In general, rodents such as mice , hamsters and gerbils need about 10 to 20 milliliters of water per day. Rats and guinea pigs need a little more, about 50 to 100 milliliters of water per day, while rabbits can drink about 100 to 300 milliliters of water per day, depending on their size and activity level.

In general, chinchillas need about 50 to 100 milliliters of water per day, while degus can drink about 30 to 50 milliliters of water per day, depending on factors such as their size, diet and environmental conditions. It is important to monitor their water intake regularly and ensure they always have fresh water available. Drinking bottles and water bowls for rodents and rabbits

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