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Willow Branches Gnawing Wood Long 100 grams
Willow Branches Gnawing Wood Long 100 grams €2,95 €3,95

Willow Branches Gnawing Wood Long 100 grams

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Product description

Gnaw Wood Willow Branches for Rodents & Rabbits!

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 instinctive behavior is to offer gnaw wood.

Willow is naturally gnawing material, which is also used in the wild by the rodents to gnaw.

Gnawing wood is used by rodents to wear down their teeth. Because the teeth of rodents are always growing, they must regularly have something to gnaw so that they do not become too long and grow crooked.

Some rodents are very actively gnawing gnaws 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 the teeth stay on length due to the food, hay or other nibbles, then it will chew less wood. It is good to always offer natural gnawing wood so that the animals can always gnaw when they have a need to gnaw.

It is not only good and healthy for the teeth, but also prevents distemper and thus ensures a pleasant variety in the stay

TIP : Gnaw wood stays fresh longer in the freezer and is also suitable for birds and parrots.

Content: 100 grams
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
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Willow Branches Gnawing Wood Long 100 grams
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