Gnawing Material for Rabbits
The JR Farm Willow Ball is made from 100% naturally dried willow branches and filled with delicious mountain pasture hay and marigolds from our own cultivation. Due to its high crude fiber content and anti-inflammatory marigolds, it supports good tooth weRead more
Rodents like to gnaw and because the teeth of rodents continue to grow, it is also very important that they can gnaw otherwise dental problems can develop. A natural and healthy solution to help your rodent wear down their teeth and show their instinctiveRead more
Rodents like to gnaw and because the teeth of rodents continue to grow, it is also very important that they can gnaw otherwise dental problems can develop. A natural and healthy solution to help your rodent wear their teeth and show their instinctive behaRead more
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The Elmato Nibble Discs Birch with hole are ideal as rodent material for rodents and rabbits! Your rodent can nibble on this and wear out his teeth. In addition to wearing out the teeth, the wooden discs also provide an extra challenge for rodents!Read more
The JR Farm Herb Pot is a 100% natural wooden pot filled with delicious fiber-rich herbs. After the animals have emptied the pot, there remains a nice natural food bowl that can be filled with treats!Read more
You can buy responsible rodent material for your Rabbit quickly and easily at DRD Rodent Shop ® The Rabbits Webshop for your Rabbit!
Rabbits have a natural need to gnaw. The Rabbit is officially not a rodent, but it does have growing incisors. It is therefore necessary for Rabbits that they can gnaw on something to wear out their teeth. If Rabbits have too few opportunities to wear their teeth, the teeth can become too long or grow crooked with all the consequences that entails.
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.
Some Rabbits gnaw gnawing 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 Rabbit has no need to gnaw because the teeth stay at a good length due to the food, hay or other nibbles, then he will gnaw less gnawing wood. It is good to always offer natural gnawing wood so that the animals can always gnaw if they have a need to gnaw. If they do not have suitable gnawing wood at their disposal, the rabbits can gnaw on surfaces where this is not desired.