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HempAlta Premium Hemp Small Pet Bedding is crafted from 100% whole, clean hemp hurd granules, which serve as a natural deodorizer to help neutralize foul odors, leaving your pet feeling and smelling fur-esh. This non-toxic bedding is eco-friendly, biodegradable and can even be composted after use! Great for cages, coops, hutches or stalls, this 99% dust-free bedding is ultra-absorbent, lightweight and extra comfortable, making it perfect for burrowing and nesting. Cleaning after your pet is easy, and since this bedding is ultra-absorbent, you can get more use out of less! And you can have peace of mind knowing that it’s 100% free from artificial colors and additives.
|Litter & Bedding Type||N/A|
|Litter Feature||Unscented, Eco-Friendly|
|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Gerbil, Mouse, Rat|
Place 1-3 inches of bedding weekly or as needed, depending on the number and type of animal housed. Remove damp spots or soiled areas between changes and replace with fresh bedding. Be sure to wash hands thoroughly after handling used bedding.
It was worth it I use it in my brooder and it drys fast and has little to no smells… by smell I mean of chicken/chick feces
Tried this in my quail hutch, didn't stretch far, didn't do much to reduce odor or moisture. I don't understand the hype over hemp bedding.
Our bunny seems comfortable in it, it does have some tiny particles but not much actual dust in my experience. It generally feels fluffy but also slightly prickly. Definitely absorbent, which is good. He still smells up his cage after a day. I just feel like it’s more comfortable than pellets, and better than hay because he doesn’t eat it. (We still give him hay on the side.)
I use this as a base in my rat cage under their softer paper bedding. It is excellent at extending the life of their bedding so I don't need to change their litter quite as often. However, I'm not sure if 99% dust-free means much in practice, because it is VERY dusty, even if only 1% is dust that is more than enough to irritate my nose on initially pouring it, and then over time there is a small buildup of dust around their cage as they forage and dig through the bedding, kicking up more dust.
I love this item! Now my rabbits can have litter that is eco-friendly! Better than any other litter for odor control! I’m a fan forever!
The description says 99% dust free. This is a lie. This bedding is extremely dusty and I'm hesitant to use it for my rats. There's probably 1-1.5 CUPS of dust in the bag. I normally use a different hemp bedding that has no dust. I will not be buying this again.
I started using this June 2021 when I moved chicks into the coop. Once a week I will add some to cover poop and have been doing this with original hemp for 11 months. There is absolutely no smell and the only dust I’ve noticed is the DE I mix in. Small crusher fine in their run but will NEVER use anything else in their coop but this hemp. I may clean it all out this summer and add fresh but based on the smell I really don’t need to
We read that Hemp bedding was awesome for chickens. Absolutely correct. Love the bedding and so does our Silkie Chickens.
I have already tried wood shavings, straw and pellets. The hemp over the top of a layer of pellets seems the best. Breaks down fast and keeps dust down
We bought this for our pet rats thinking it was more natural and better than pine, but very dusty. It's probably good for outdoor animals, but not indoor ones.