Knaagdierwinkel® Rodent apple tree
Rodent apple tree €9,95

Rodent apple tree

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Product description

DRD Rodent Store ® Rodent Apple Tree

100% natural pinewood from the apple tree is rich in vitamins and promotes natural tooth wear in rodents and rabbits. The apple tree belongs to the natural food of rodents and rabbits. They regularly come across the apple tree in the wild and love to nibble on the twigs. Apple tree is rich in fiber and vitamins and the twigs help the teeth wear out.

Rodent is used by rodents to wear their teeth. Because the teeth of rodents are constantly growing, they must regularly have a bit to gnaw so that they do not grow too long and start to grow crooked.

Some rodents gnaw at rodents very actively and others not at all. It is on the one hand a matter of taste, but on the other a matter of need. If a rodent does not need a rodent because the teeth are kept well to length due to the feed, hay or other nibbles, he will start to gnaw less of rodent. It is good to always offer natural rodents so that the animals can always gnaw when they need a rodent.

100% Natural
Helps with teeth wear
Contains vitamins and minerals
Combats boredom


always fresh rodent food ALWAYS FRESH RODING MATERIAL

As a specialist in the field of rodent nutrition, you as a customer benefit fully from our knowledge and experience. We do pay attention to the details so you don't have to worry about that. This can also be seen in our purchasing & storage policy, for example. We focus on fresh and fresh instead of much and cheap. In addition, all our herbs are stored in the right way, namely dark and dry without incidence of sunlight, which can affect the nutritional value.

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