|Top Ingredients||Salt And Trace Minerals.||Salt, Manganous Oxide, Ferrous Carbonate...||Natural Timothy Hay||Oats, Wheat, Milo...||Wheat, Flaked Corn, Safflower Seed...|
|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Guinea Pig||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Rat||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Ferret, Degu||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Hamster||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Gerbil, Hamster|
|Food Form||Treats||Feeders / Blocks||Hay, Treats||Treats||Dry Food, Treats|
|Food Flavor||—||—||Carrot||Fruits & Vegetables||—|
|Special Diet||—||—||Low-Protein, Vegan, High Fiber, Natural||—||—|
the one salt lick was too dry and crumble but the other were fine
I caught my bunnies trying to eat my salt lamp so I got them these. Everybody is satisfied now.
Great quality! Even stands up to getting wet (rain hit their covered play area sideways). Unfortunately, not of my (11) guineas know what to do with them yet....
Our Guinea pig Cookie passed away a day before this arrived. I’m sure she would have loved it. I will donate it to our local animal shelter so another piggie or rabbit can enjoy.
I have used these before and the bunnies love them.
Our rabbit loves these. Always seems to be good quality, good price.
My rabbit loves the salt and mineral wheels. They are important for his well being and the price at Chewy is great.
Anyone dissing these for "I just hung it up and my (insert small animal here) hasn't touched it in a week" has no clue about animal nutrition. ALL animals should have access to a salt lick. Don't grind it into or sprinkle on their food! Humans are the only animals that will eat salt to excess, all other creatures will use it when they need it! My guinea pigs & horses will go weeks without touching it and suddenly their body tells them "I NEED salt!" and they start licking away. Wildlife watchers will tell you there are spots where animals congregate (even insects!) around natural mineral sources. This isn't a "treat", it is a dietary necessity. Adding it directly to their food will cause them to eat less (salt is often added to "free-choice" livestock diets to prevent over-consumption of the diet, but this is carefully measured, don't do this with home pets).
well, i ordered this because my bunnies needed the minerals and salt but they havent touched it since i got it a few days ago. but they need the minerals and salt so i grounded it into a powder and i mixed a tiny bit of them both into their food bowls and mix it with their food. it works and they are still getting the nutritions they need. but i dont really recommend this unless you wanna be grounding the salt and minerals
These are horrible to give to your rabbits, gerbils, hamsters or any animal. These are not safe as they can cause health issues in your animals. If you’re giving your animal a well balanced diet they will have all the nutrients they need.