|Top Ingredients||Parsley (29%), Millet, Vegetable Starch, Wheat (14%).||Pea Flakes (30%), Raspberry Leaves (25%), Mallow Herb (15%)...||Peas 60%, Carrots 11.2%, Vegetable Starch 8.8%...||Cornflower & Daisy Sticks: Vegetables 61.9% (Pea Flour, Carrot); Seeds 23.8% (Grass Seed, Canary Seed...||Dried Rose Petals, Dried Rose Buds|
|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Degu||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Degu||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Degu||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Degu||Rabbit, Guinea Pig|
|Food Form||Treats||Air-Dried, Flowers & Herbs||Dried Veggies||Sticks, Flowers & Herbs||Treats, Flowers & Herbs|
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Good for hamsters, but if your pet tends to eat large volumes of one thing at once, i'd break it up into parts and give it to them every so often. It's pretty big, larger than a syrian hamster, and they may not be into eating it, its about 50/50 between my hamsters if they like it or not, but it still makes for good decoration.
I've purchased these before and my piggies love them. Unfortunately this time the three that I ordered were mostly crushed in shipping. I like that these rosewood parsley bells. They usually last a few weeks as chews for my piggies. They don't seem to get bored of these or quit eating.
Got this and put it in my rat's cage. They go up and eat more and more of it each day. Will have to get this again as they love it
Here’s why I only gave 3 stars… this thing is a MESS! Comes wrapped in plastic but it’s falling apart within the plastic. Once opened, seeds EVERYWHERE. But rabbits did love and devoured in less than a day
I got for my Rosie which is a guinea pig , she loves parsley & so hard to find fresh parsley in the winter so I seen this & told Santa she would like it . When opening it I knew to open over a trash can which so glad I did , seeds every where . Rosie did nibble on the bell a little , but she was a rescue that was never given treats or any thing but pellets so it takes her a bit to try different things .
Was placed with a larger item loose in a box and came absolutely smashed- no longer a solid object just a pile of seeds and greens. Will return ponce I figure out how to on this site.
Seeds are not safe for rabbits and this treat is covered with them. Do not buy this for rabbits!
My rabbit CJ loves treats and loves any herb/flower/fruit. I did my own research on millet and it seemed alright. I put his cage outside with him in it so I could clean his room. I tied up this bell to give him something to do. When I let him back in I noticed he'd bloated like crazy! he didn't eat a large portion of the bell either. I don't know if it's just him but his stomach definitely cannot handle millet. Be careful, your rabbit might have the same reaction.
My rabbit loves this toy he ate it up within 2 days although alot of pieces did fall off when opening but I just put them in his food dish for him to enjoy with dinner :)
Was very excited to try this out. But, above arrival it was all broke up inside the packaging and instantly crumbled apart upon opening it. It was also shipped in the same box with two heavy bags of pet food, it should of been separate from these.