Drinking bottles for rodents & rabbits

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Order Drinking Bottles for your Rodent & Rabbit easily at DRD Rodent Shop®. Drinking bottles are part of the basic equipment of the rodent enclosure. A drinking bottle is clean and hygienic. In addition, your rodent always has access to its water, which .
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Drinking bottles for your Rodent & Rabbit can be ordered easily and quickly at DRD Rodent Shop ®

Drinking bottles are part of the basic equipment of the rodent enclosure . A drinking bottle is clean and hygienic. In addition, your rodent always has access to its water, which is very important! A drinking bottle keeps the water clean, but the water can still spoil if not changed often enough. The water is best changed every day. In addition, it is good to clean the drinking bottle more often in the summer. Due to warm temperatures, algae can grow faster in the water. For drinking bottles for your Mouse , Hamster , Gerbil , Guinea Pig or Rabbit , you have come to the right place at DRD Rodent Shop ® !

The most famous way of watering is the drinking bottle. This is easy to attach in the enclosure and gives the rodents access to their drinks throughout the day.

A drinking bottle is also very hygienic, as there is no dirt I can get. It is of great importance that the drinking bottle is cleaned regularly, otherwise algae and bacteria can grow in it. These micro-organisms are harmful to the health of rodents.

Hygienic
Always access to water
Controllable water intake

Another great advantage of a drinking bottle is that you can control the water intake. So you can see how much your rodents drink and that is important to keep an eye on health. Animals that are sick and no longer drink are extra vulnerable and can quickly endanger themselves by dehydration.

 

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