|Top Ingredients||Sun-Cured Alfalfa Hay, Soybean Hulls, Wheat Middlings...||Alfalfa Meal, Soybean Hulls, Wheat Middlings...||100% Timothy Grass Hay.||100% Pure Timothy, No Binders Used||Sun-Dried Alfalfa, Oats, Peas...|
|Food Form||Mix, Dried Fruits, Dried Veggies||Pellets||Hay||Pellets||Pellets|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health, Vitamins & Minerals||Digestive Health, Immune Support||Appetite Stimulation, Digestive Health||Digestive Health, Skin & Coat Health, Weight Management||Digestive Health, Skin & Coat Health, Weight Management|
|Small Pet Type||Chinchilla||Chinchilla||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Degu||Rabbit, Chinchilla||Rabbit, Chinchilla|
|Special Diet||—||High-Protein, High Fiber||High Fiber||Gluten Free, Low-Protein, High Fiber, Natural||High-Protein, High Fiber, Natural|
My hamster (pluto) is a piglet for sure. I first started him with this brand and than my mom got me some other brand and he leaves some parts he doesn’t like of the other brand every time (that’s how I know to refill) with sunburst he eats everything. He loves the sunflower seeds and especially the cashews!!
This product is not good for your small pets!! They cannot have a food where there are small pieces of dried fruit and seeds!!! Please research before giving anything to your pet!! Just because a pet store says something is ok to give to your pet, doesn’t mean that it is!! It’s highly unhealthy and dangerous for your small pets!! Please please please research before giving anything to them!!
I've tried so many different brands of chinchilla pellets and this by far is their favorite. They're usually really picky with the type of pellets they eat but with these they eat everything and having an empty bowl is a pet owner's dream.
Chinchillas should not be given fruit! Dried of otherwise, it wrecks havoc on their digestive system. They are unable to expel has and can have severe bloating , leading to all kinds of issues. Please don’t give them fruits, veggies, seeds or nuts. Look into safe treats for them, such as dried calendula, hibiscus, rose hips, Hawthorne berries, etc. yes, I said treats. This is not suitable food for them. They need pellets such as science selective or oxbow in the red bag or Mazuri, as well as unlimited hay. Please so your research. These company’s can’t be counted on to provide the proper diet for our pets. They don’t do their homework.
Just wanted to warn chin owners about this food! This was the first bag I ever bought for my chin and I’ve learned my lesson. Chins tend to pick through the food and only eat the treats, and every vet and breeder I’ve talked to said AVOID FOOD WITH ANY EXTRA STUFF IN IT!!! My boy gained weight very quickly and became constipated because the poor guy picked all of the treats out. This food just isn’t healthy for chins. Again, I know you guys know best for your babies, but I will never stop advocating against this food!
I have a chinchilla family of four and mom and dad and two babies absolutely love this food! It's healthy and they get treats throughout their food but the only downside is they all pick through the food and only eat the treats.
Amazing chinchilla food, mine have all loved it. Have tried many kinds. Waited forever for them to sell the bigger bags but not happy with the price of it. Should be getting a deal with it not a higher price then buying the smaller bags. what a let down from the nice surprise
Our chinchilla loved this food, but unfortunately she passed away this weekend. I have an unopened bag of food, I'm trying to find an organization to donate her unopened items to.
My chinchilla seems to really enjoy this food. It has a wide variety of healthy snackums so it's nice she gets a treat every so often inside. It is also nice that bits of hay are included to reduce the large clumps that can smell...lovely. I've stocked up, thanks!
I get this for my boy as a once a week treat and a change from his regular pellets. It’s great as such, but would be a terrible choice for primary diet as chinchillas should just be having basic pellets without all that added business normally.