|Small Pet Type||Gerbil, Hamster||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Rat||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Gerbil, Hamster||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse, Rat||Rabbit, Hamster|
|Material||Wood||Wood||Wood||Wood||Natural Fabric, Sisal|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys, Toss|
It doesn't stay together very long but other than that, it's great!
Good toy but my rats took it apart within the first ten minutes and there is no easy way to put it back together so now they just have a lot of separate tiny sticks.
This is a fine chew toy. My rats are never super into it especially once they get older, but I like having it around for when they want to chew on something! You can also stick treats in to get them to roll it around a bit. I consider it sort of a staple in their cage!
My gerbil is so smart he learned how to pull out the little red pegs with his little hands. Which would make it fall apart so he could chew all the woods pieces one at a time. He loves it.
Much much smaller than I thought it would be disappointing
Rutabaga hates it so much he peed on it and then when I washed it, all the dye came off. I do not like it because he does not like it. Also this will not let me use apostrophes because it is deemed an emoji so I am a little angry
Definitely recommend this one, not exactly durable for aggressive chewers but worth the price!!
Why would you make a “nibbler” that completely comes apart the minute the piggies play with it and try to chew on it? They have a strong desire to chew things naturally because it helps to keep their ever growing teeth trim and neat. So instead of them chewing on the ramp in their cage, I decided to buy this so they could chew. It literally came apart within an hour of being in their cage. Super disappointed.
It falls apart easily, that is if it catches your pet's attention. Fell apart as I placed it in the cage…Not worth it
Second day having it, my bunny dropped it in water bowl, the dye came off. It stained her water bowl, her feet, bedding and everything it came in contact with