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Order rodent material for your rodent & rabbit easily and quickly at DRD Knaagdierwinkel®. Rodents have a natural need to gnaw. In addition, rodents have continuously growing teeth and it is necessary that they can chew on something...
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You can order rodent material for your rodent & rabbit easily and quickly at DRD Knaagdierwinkel®

Rodents and rabbits have a natural need to gnaw. This is because rodents and rabbits have continuously growing incisors. It is therefore necessary for rodents and rabbits to have something to gnaw on to wear down their teeth. If animals have insufficient opportunities to wear down their teeth, the teeth may become too long or grow crooked, with all the consequences that entails.

It is of course very important that the rodent material is safe and suitable for rodents and rabbits. For gnawing material for your Mouse , Hamster , Gerbil , Rat , Guinea Pig or Rabbit , DRD Knaagdierwinkel® is the right place for you!

Gnawing wood is used by rodents to wear down their teeth. Because rodents' teeth are always growing, they need to be gnawed regularly so that they do not grow too long and crooked.

Some rodents gnaw on wood very actively 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 its teeth are kept at their length through food, hay or other nibbles, it will gnaw less on wood. It is good to always provide natural gnawing wood so that the animals can always gnaw when they need to gnaw.

How fast do rodents and rabbits grow teeth?

Mice : About 0.3 millimeters per day
Hamsters : About 0.3 millimeters per day
Gerbils : About 0.4 millimeters per day
Rats : About 0.5 millimeters per day
Guinea pigs : About 2 to 3 millimeters per week
Rabbits : About 2 to 3 millimeters per week
Chinchillas : About 1.5 millimeters per week
Degus : About 1.5 millimeters per week

An Overview of Our Gnawing Wood Varieties

  1. Linde: Loved for its smooth texture and taste, Linde provides a pleasant chewing experience for rodents and rabbits. Linden wood is known for its soft and light texture. It offers a mild gnawing sensation, making it suitable for all rodents and rabbits that prefer softer materials. Basswood has a light and mild flavor, making it attractive to animals without a strong preference.

  2. Willow: With its crispy bark and juicy interior, Willow is a favorite choice for rodents and rabbits that enjoy active gnawing. Willow wood has a crispy bark and a soft core. It provides a varied texture that the animals can appreciate. Willow wood has a natural and light taste, which makes it attractive to gnawing rodents and rabbits.

  3. Hazelnut: Hazelnut gnawing wood combines strength with flavor, making it a sustainable and tasty choice for your gnawing friends. Hazelnut wood has a firm texture. It offers good resistance for rodents and rabbits that like to actively gnaw. Hazelnut wood has a characteristic taste that rodents and rabbits can appreciate.

  4. Birch: Birch's light and airy character makes it a versatile choice, perfect for rodents and rabbits with different gnawing preferences. Birch wood has a light and airy texture. It is suitable for animals that prefer slightly less dense materials. Birch wood has a mild flavor, making it a versatile choice for a variety of rodents and rabbits.

  5. Coffeewood : Coffeewood, made from coffee plants and generally has a soft and smooth texture which is very interesting for rodents and rabbits. The taste of Coffeewood is a natural, earthy taste. Rodents and rabbits can certainly appreciate this taste while gnawing. Coffeewood is also known for its durability, it lasts a long time as a chewing material.
  6. Beech: With its sturdy structure, Beech offers a long-lasting chewing challenge for rodents and rabbits that like to be challenged. Beech wood has a sturdy and durable texture. It offers long-lasting gnawing pleasure and is suitable for animals that like a challenge. Beech wood has a neutral taste, which makes it attractive to animals without a clear preference.

  7. Apple: Apple wood is a popular choice as a gnawing material for rodents and rabbits. Applewood generally has a medium texture. It offers satisfactory resistance to gnawing, which is ideal for animals that like to actively grind their teeth. In addition, apple wood has a mild and pleasant taste. This subtle taste can arouse the animals' curiosity, causing them to like to gnaw on the wood.
  8. Wood and Branches of Herbs: For animals that like a tasty variety, wood and branches of herbs offer a combination of gnawing pleasure and aroma.

How do you use rodent wood for rodents and rabbits?

  1. Placement in the enclosure: Simply place the gnawing wood in your animals' enclosure. They will instinctively nibble on it when the need to gnaw arises.

  2. Durability: Gnawing wood lasts a long time and does not need to be replaced every time the enclosure is cleaned. Only wet gnawing wood must be removed to prevent mold formation.

Gnawing wood from the garden or picking outside?

We strongly advise against picking wood from the garden or outside. Our gnawing wood is harvested and cleaned under protected conditions, making it free from possible parasites and contaminants that can occur in nature. Using our carefully selected gnawing wood ensures a safe and healthy gnawing experience for your animals.

Order Now and Let Your Rodents and Rabbits Enjoy Natural Gnawing Fun!

Give your rodents and rabbits the gifts of nature with our diverse range of rodent wood. Order today and watch your animals enjoy the gnawing adventure! Your rodent and rabbit definitely deserves a real specialist

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