Niteangel Apple Small Animal & Bird Chew Sticks, 8.8-oz

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Description

Give your favorite winged or fuzzy friend something truly tasty to gnaw on with Niteangel Apple Chew Sticks. Made from 100% real apple tree branches that are organically grown and free from pesticides, these all-natural chews make the perfect boredom busters to help keep your buddy entertained. Simply toss a couple in her cage and she’ll know what to do with them—chewing wood is a natural, instinctual behavior that relieves boredom and also helps rodents trim their incisors to maintain good dental health. Each stick is approximately five inches long, with some variation in thickness since they are actual tree branches.

Key Benefits
  • 100% real apple tree branches give your furry or winged pal something truly tasty to chew on.
  • Sourced from trees that are certified as organically grown and completely free from pesticides for your pet’s safety.
  • Chewing is an instinctual behavior that helps birds and rodents combat boredom, anxiety and stress.
  • Chewing wood also helps small animals trim their incisors and supports overall good dental health.
  • Packages contains 60-70 sticks that are each approximately five inches long and recommended for birds and small pets of all sizes.

This product is made from real tree branches, so some variation in thickness should be expected; product is sold by weight, so the exact quantity of sticks may also vary slightly between packages.

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  • Item Number
    141847
  • Weight
    8.8 ounces
  • Bird Type
    Parrot
  • Food Form
    Treats
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Small Pet Type
    Chinchilla, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Rabbit
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

100% Natural Apple Branches.

Customer Reviews

28 Reviews 28 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars

82% Recommend

82% of reviewersrecommend this product

3.7 / 5

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Chin-Chi used to like these

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    My chin really likes the small ones but the large ones are a no go, also seems like there is less cure on them, you have to have a good cure on apple sticks, that's what they nibble on. He just tosses them now. The color has changed too, to a light brown, those are bad sticks. I'll have to find others on another sight, sorry, or tell Niteangel to step it up.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Our old boy loves these!

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    Our 33 year old umbrella cockatoo loves these! Hard to keep these birds entertained but he is enjoying these for sure!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Rabbit will not touch

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    My rabbit loves all kind of chew toys, twigs and sticks, but unfortunately he would not touch these. I got them awhile ago and they have just been sitting in the box they originally came in. I was actually thinking about donating them to the Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary, along with a bunch of items that have disappointed us. They just aren't as high quality as my rabbit is used to and/or likes. I will no longer try buying chew sticks from a "pet store" and stick to other, more expensive online-only bunny shops. Not chewy's fault whatsoever. My bunny and I love Chewy, unfortunately these are just not high-quality apple sticks and my rabbit has refused them.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Sticks galore!

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    Marty, my chinchilla, LOVES his apple sticks. He hears the bag open and comes running. 8.8 ounces is A LOT of sticks so they will last for quite some time. I will definitely be ordering these again when the time comes.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My Lionhead LOVES these!!!!!

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    I got these for my very picky bunny and he LOVES them! I poke holes in toilet paper tubes & put the sticks through. Then BAM there's the perfect, cheap bunny toy! Definitely will order these again!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Fun toys for rabbits!

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    My rabbit is fussy with toys; most don’t impress her. I took a paper towel roll, punched holes all along it, and stuck these sticks through. Kept her entertained for days! She loves pulling the sticks out and gnawing off the bark, one by one.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Rabbits don't like

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    None of my three indoor rabbits will touch these. I wanted to try them out but unfortunately they didn't work out.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good product for the price

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    If you need Bulk sticks for your avid Chewers this is a pretty good price. They arrived clean and more then I had actually expected haha. My Chinchillas do not like them very much but the Rats do and my friend's Guinea Pigs do tos, so worth it ^__^

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Never Again

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    Usually I buy apple sticks for my rabbit at a local pet store. I decided to get them through Chewy with my dog food and treats since it was shipping anyway. These sticks showed up in a plastic bag that was taped closed. Not really a package. They had a fine white powder all over them and my rabbit didn't touch them for the week that 3 of them lay in his cage. I threw those away and washed some new ones and gave to him. Still nothing. Wouldn't touch them. Now the whole bag is covered in mold. Very disappointed.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Small animal treat

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    Excellent product for chinchillas. I was so happy when I found it. My chinchilla loves it.

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