The Oxbow Forage Pot Small Animal Chew Toy is not only an adorable accessory for your pet’s cage, but it’s also great for playtime! This 100% pet-safe toy helps enrich your guinea pig’s life with interactive play that’s meant to excite and engage. Fill the pot with hay or treats and watch your four-legged friend happily nibble and gnaw. Help nurture your small sidekick’s mind and body through an instinctual accessory that encourages tons of squealing delight. The Forage Pot is also great for your rabbit or other small animal.
A great accessory to hang in any small sidekick’s habitat.
You can fill the pot with goodies inside or watch your guinea pig forage himself!
An innovative design was created to meet your pet’s instinctual needs.
Encourage mental and physical enrichment that any small furry friend can benefit from.
No need to worry, this toy was made with safe, natural materials.
I got this toy for my guinea pigs, they enjoy foraging for spinach, bell pepper, carrots, or any veggies placed within the toy. It's very easy to use and hangs securely on the bars of their metal cage. I cut off the excess strings at the bottom of the pot, as I didn't want the piggies to feel enticed to eat it. When they see me pick up their new toy they WHEEK for it!
Rat loves it
on Dec 30, 2020
My rat loves to get food out of it and climb on it. however if you hang it at an angle it doesn’t close all the way.
Great foraging toy for a dwarf hamster
on Sep 24, 2020
My hamster figured out how to get into the pot fairly well. I like that she needs to put some effort into getting the treats. She’ll sometimes hang her butt out of the pot and also can fit her whole body into it. The toy seems safe because once my hamster opens the lid, it can’t close back in on itself. 10/10!
Piggies love it!
on Jan 2, 2021
My two boars stuck their entire head in the pot and played with it until every last bit of food was gone
bigger than i Expected but great product
on Nov 19, 2020
I got this for my brothers rats haven’t used it yet. Might need to replace the c that hangs it if the chew it
Piglets love foraging in here
on Jul 15, 2020
We are fostering two guinea pigs and they both began using this forage pot right away! We usually put a couple pieces of their veggie snacks in here while we feed them the rest in their bowls and it's always a nice way for them to have to search around a bit and find the pieces. And this is much larger than I thought! I was happy with the size because you can actually fit quite a bit in there and it's easy for the guinea pigs to get food out.
There is a nice wooden 'clip' to help attach it to the cage, but I accidentally broke it while trying to hook it on - I was able to use the extra rope to tie onto the cage instead, but just be careful with the wooden clip when attaching it!
Fun for rats!
on Jun 5, 2020
This has been a great way to make my 3 rats work a bit more for their daily food! The size is good for them, they're all males around 1 year old - they can stick their heads inside but not much more than that. The pot is about 3" tall, 3 1/4" diameter at the top and 2" diameter at the bottom. I do wish the top stayed firmly on the pot when hung, instead it slides off the top so the pot is perpetually open. If the wooden top was a bit bigger it would stay on better I think. But, my rats have enjoyed chewing on the top anyways! And I've compensated for its lack of forage difficulty by hanging it higher so they have to physically reach up and drag the pot down to get it. Overall, not the best foragingThis has been a great way to make my 3 rats work a bit more for their daily food! The size is good for them, they're all males around 1 year old - they can stick their heads inside but not much more than that. The pot is about 3" tall, 3 1/4" diameter at the top and 2" diameter at the bottom. I do wish the top stayed firmly on the pot when hung, instead it slides off the top so the pot is perpetually open. If the wooden top was a bit bigger it would stay on better I think. But, my rats have enjoyed chewing on the top anyways! And I've compensated for its lack of forage difficulty by hanging it higher so they have to physically reach up and drag the pot down to get it. Overall, not the best foraging toy in existence but it definitely beats just a normal old food bowl for regular feedings. Photos taken about a month/month and a half after first use.… more
We like it - It’s Ceramic
on Jul 8, 2020
I got this pot for my guinea pigs originally. It was bigger than I thought (it was an impulse buy so I didn’t look at reviews or the measurements). The piggies like it ! I then hung it up for my rabbit and he loooves it! I think I will buy another one so they each have a pot to forage in. I didn’t expect it to be ceramic - I sort of wish it were wood or plastic. The ceramic breaks easily from my past experience with it and my rabbit really swings it around, haha! That is really my only complaint.
Perfect for putting treats in.
on Aug 18, 2020
Bowl is heavy enough to weigh it down so the bunn doesn't pull it off the pen that it is hooked to. Probably wont buy another one when the wood is completely chewed up, but would still recommend.
Pretty good for piggies
on Jun 12, 2020
The reviews are true--it's bigger and heavier than it appears, but my guinea pigs have not had much trouble maneuvering them. Because of the way they hang, the lid doesn't fully close over the top, but the opening suits my pigs just fine since they are not the bravest, brightest bunch.