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Naturals by Rosewood Christmas Variety Pack Small Animal Treats

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Make your furry friend’s Christmas merry and bright with Naturals by Rosewood Christmas Variety Pack Small Animal Treats! This collection contains three holiday goodies—a crisp and crunchy Festive Fruit tree, a Christmas Cookie Salad and 2-piece Meadow Treat Sticks. The parsley-based Festive Fruit Tree is finished with irresistible mountain bilberries, apple and tasty coconut and for an added challenge, you can also hang the tree! The Christmas Cookie Salad consists of an herbal mix, including fibrous oat, alfalfa and tasty herbs, along with cranberry, apple and pumpkin—scatter it in a bowl or in your pet’s hay and tell her to keep an eye out for one of the hidden Christmas cookies! Finally, the Meadow Treat Sticks are rich with meadow hay and herbs and are topped with apple and coconut. All three treats are 100% natural and make the paw-fect Christmas gift for guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas, degus, hamsters and gerbils.

Key Benefits
  • Special collection contains 3 limited edition holiday treats.
  • Crafted from 100% natural ingredients.
  • Designed to challenge and stimulate your pet.
  • The tree and sticks are paw-fect for hanging and the salad is a great addition to your furry friend’s hay or food.
  • All 3 products are packaged in a plain box, but each individual product is in full Naturals branded packaging.

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  • Item Number
    281718
  • Food Form
    Treats, Sticks
  • Small Pet Type
    Guinea Pig, Hamster, Rabbit, Gerbil, Degu
  • Special Diet
    N/A
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Meadow Sticks: Meadow Hay (19.7%), Vegetable Starch, Oat Flakes, Wheat Flakes, Pea Flakes, Carrot, Parsley (5%), Alfalfa (4.5%), Wheat, Puffed Wheat, Flaked Maize, Puffed Maize, Melissa (2.1%), Apple (1.9%), Coconut (1.9%), Peppermint (1.9%), Beetroot, Plantain (1.7%), Echinacea (1.4%), Oats, Red Clover (0.6%), Marigold, Dandelion (0.2%).

Christmas Cookie Salad: Oat Herb (25.3%), Parsley Stalks (14.57%) , Alfalfa (13.8%), Wheat Grass (11.5%), Apple (4.17%), Nettle (3.83%), Meadow Hay (3.97%), Lemon Balm (1.92%), Pumpkin (1.67%), Peppermint 1.53%), Dandelion (1.15%), Cranberries (0.83%), Camomile (0.77%), Beetroot (0.55%), Parsley (0.55%).

Festive Fruit Tree: Vegetable Starch, Parsley (24.2%), Millet, Wheat, Apple (3.9%), Coconut (2.4%), Mountain Bilberry (0.5%)

Christmas Cookie Salad

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 8.5 % min
Crude Fat 0.5% min
Crude Fiber 31 % max
Moisture 13% max

Festive Fruit Tree

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 5 % min
Crude Fat 2% min
Crude Fiber 12 % max
Moisture 13% max
Feeding Instructions

As with all treats offer very sparingly to chinchillas and degus

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Guinea Pigs Love it

    By Brittany on Dec 3, 2021

    We opened this early as we have other holiday treats coming for Christmas. I have 12 guinea pigs and they all went crazy for the christmas cookie salad. Loved the Salad but also loved the cookies inside which is rare for mine who are more picky about treats like that. They liked it so much we bought a 2nd pack to have for later this month.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    great Christmas present for the furry boys

    By bunnyma on Dec 3, 2021

    We welcome new boys into our household and I was wondering what I could get them for Christmas. Two bunnies and a guinea pig. I found this and when I got it, it really was the perfect gift for all three boys to share. Glad I found this cute this xmas pack

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