Treat your small pet to delicious, real fruit with Kaytee Fiesta Healthy Toppings Papaya Small Animal Treats. Treats are a great way to bond with your small pet and add variety to their diet. Kaytee Fiesta Healthy Toppings Papaya Small Animal Treats are small, bite-size pieces of real papaya with chewy textures that will satisfy your small pet's need to chew and help keep their teeth trim. Sprinkle on top of their daily food, offer them as a side dish or give them as a training reward. Discard any uneaten or soiled portions. Treats should make up 10 percent of your small pet's diet.
Made with real fruit
Adds variety to regular diet
Bite-size for easy treating
Satisfies small pets' need to chew
Offer as treat or side dish
Manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts and tree nuts.
Feeding Instructions: Feed in a separate dish or sprinkle directly on their daily diet. Treats add variety and can be fed up to 20% of the total food intake. Discard unused portion if soiled. The majority of your pet's diet should consist of 1 of Forti - Diet nutritionally fortified foods. For additional variety, feed your pet 1 of the many other Forti - Diet treat products.
As the title says, I am beyond happy to finally find a papaya treat without being coated in sugar!!!! (I don't appreciate the artificial coloring but I guess I can make an exception for the short ingredient list)....I don't understand why any treats need to have added coloring... especially a food like Papaya... Do they add coloring to make this look like candy???
I always see so many papaya treats marketed towards rabbits that have a bunch of sugar, citric acid, oils and fats added.... all which are NOT GOOD for a bunny's tummy! My one complaint is that they are so small, But I love mixing these up with some dried herbs (or "hay toppers") and giving him a dish full of healthy goodies. ItAs the title says, I am beyond happy to finally find a papaya treat without being coated in sugar!!!! (I don't appreciate the artificial coloring but I guess I can make an exception for the short ingredient list)....I don't understand why any treats need to have added coloring... especially a food like Papaya... Do they add coloring to make this look like candy???
I always see so many papaya treats marketed towards rabbits that have a bunch of sugar, citric acid, oils and fats added.... all which are NOT GOOD for a bunny's tummy! My one complaint is that they are so small, But I love mixing these up with some dried herbs (or "hay toppers") and giving him a dish full of healthy goodies. It would be nice if they could make bigger sized chunks like another similar item that Chewy sells from a different brand. We love those as well, but unlike these... those have unfavorable ingredients added into the papaya. So we will continue purchasing these! Probably the only Kaytee product I will ever allow my bunny to eat. I have mixed feelings about Kaytee, but this product is a win for us. I wish they would sell more items like this! :)… more
Do not give to Rats
on Jan 18, 2019
I bought these for my son's 2 rats and my daughter's 3 guinea pigs. The rats will not touch them. They actually threw them out of the bowl to get to other treats in the bowl. I really wanted to use them as training treats to teach the rats to go though obstacles, but the rats will not touch them. The guinea pigs love them. The only thing that bothers me about these treats is the use of color. They are brightly colored pieces and that means unnatural coloring was added which just isn't necessary.
Multipurpose bunny treat!
on Dec 12, 2018Top 10 Contributor
First of all, my bunnies both enjoy these Healthy toppings papaya treats! They taste so good, they rattle their cage doors and demand their human slave bring them some!!! Secondly, papaya is high in fiber, and supports good digestion especially through molt (shedding) season! Ruby was having a hard time ingesting too much hair, and giving her about 10 little pieces twice a day has helped her digestion improve and move that hair along. Will not be without Healthy Toppings papaya treats!
Mixed Reviews From My Ratty Girls But Overall Well Worth It!
on Jan 21, 2019
My two young female rats love these and eat them as soon as they see them but my older girl (turning 2 in April 2019) seems to not realize they are food unless I crush them so she usually leaves them alone. She is an absolute pig though so I think the dehydrated fruit just doesn't give off enough of a scent for her to realize it's edible. Once I crush them she goes nuts for them just like the younger girls and it has much less additives than most treats so I definitely recommend them!
Kaytee Fiesta Healthy Toppings
on Jan 10, 2019Top 1000 Contributor
My mice and hamsters enjoy this. The pieces are very very small so not able to hand feed these treats. They are as advertised, a topping for food bowls. I add them to get my hamster to actually eat her food. Overall it's a great product that does as described. No diarrhea or issues with hamsters or mice. I'd recommend.
on Nov 14, 2018
Our guinea pig is VERY picky when it comes to packaged treats. We've tried several brands and types of snacks for him. He LOVED these. As soon as I put some in his bowl he chowed down and chirped for more. It's a small bag, but I feel it's worth the price.
Stormi the Syrian hammy absolutely loves papaya! <3
on Dec 9, 2018
I decided to try out the papaya to see if he would like it. I sprinkled the papaya on his food and he immediately stuffed his cheeks with the papaya! I will definitely buy another bag of this as soon as he runs out. :)
on Jan 19, 2019
I introduced these to my pet hamster recently and she absolutely loves them! She is awake and waiting for me every morning to give her some. I'm so glad I found these and got a great deal on them from Chewy.
on Dec 16, 2018
This new bunny product is a nice bunny treat. I have hand fed it to my bunny and I sprinkle it on her pellets.
She really likes it.
Thanks Chewy for new bunny treats.
on Dec 12, 2018
These treats were a hit. I bought them for my daughters roommate’s bunny. Ollie is a happy bunny with these treats. Takes them out of your hand and hops around his cage.