Oxbow Timmy Pops Small Animal Chew Toy are candy-shaped chews that’ll bring your four-legged friend tons of sweet fun. These 100% pet-safe toys help enrich your guinea pig’s life with interactive play that’s meant to excite and engage. The chewable sticks and rounded tops provide mouthwatering textures and flavors that’ll have your best bud munching for hours. Help nurture your small sidekick’s mind and body through an instinctual accessory that encourages tons of squealing delight. The Timmy Pops set is also great for your rabbit or other small animal.
This 3-pack provides triple the munching fun!
A chewable stick and circular top give your best bud a variety of textures to chews from.
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.
My rabbit is not a big chewer at all and it's hard to find toys that will keep her engaged for more than one play session. But she can't get enough of Timmy Pops! She goes right to work on these as soon as she gets them and doesn't let up. She even chews up the apple stick after, which is nice because for some reason she won't chew regular apple sticks on their own. The ball is made up of compressed hay, so it seems okay to give regularly, too. Thank goodness for Timmy Pops!
Hamster and Guinea
on May 5, 2021
I got this product from tractor supply in a near by town for my guinea pig and hamster. My guinea pig didn't care for it at all, it didn't even really sniff it to be honest and I moved it around and let it stay near it for a few days but still didn't want it. My hamster absolutely loved the pop tho, it finished it the same day I gave one to her so I think this is a really good product, definitely a good chew for the ones who like it. I would definitely buy it again for my hamster
Missing one pop
on Mar 23, 2021
Came with two pops, not three as advertised. My bunny wasn't interested at first but came around after a day or two. The pops are hard, making it a good chew toy for rabbit teeth. They are quite small, my netherland dwarf finished both within minutes. That said, I would purchase again but in person to ensure I'm not missing a pop.
Wouldn’t buy again
on May 3, 2021
He loves the stick but that’s about it, he won’t touch the top part and they don’t really have a smell that attracts them to it. The sticks will be chewed up but won’t be purchasing again
Honestly a toss up item
on Mar 27, 2021
I tend to only buy oxbow things for rabbit and was really excited for these, hoping I could get him to eat hay and chew more bunny safe things (so not my trim). However my bunny didn’t like these- just no interest to even try and chew them. Definietly worth a shot, good price for the product.
on Apr 9, 2021
My bunnies Boo and Casper loved these! The treats were reasonably priced, and seem to be a much healthier alternative to some treats that contain a lot of natural or added sugars.
Way smaller than expected
on Mar 18, 2021
Got these for our future guinea pigs, and the grass balls are way smaller then expected. The sticks are also thinner than expected. It looks like it's good quality, though, so I hope the piggies like them.
on Jan 28, 2021
I really like the line of products from Oxbow. We have rabbits, and love to give them toys to play with and nibble on. I am very careful about their toys being all natural, and Oxbow products fit the bill. I usually try to buy a few different toys, to give the bunnies some variety. Be sure to always read the descriptions, I have big rabbits, so I look for bigger size toys.
Don’t buy this product
on Mar 30, 2021
The items were not well secured to the packaging. One was falling off and the other was completely missing. I don’t like paying for 3 items and only getting 2...
on Feb 4, 2021
My guinea pig LOVES these! The sticks are great for keeping his teeth from overgrowing and he enjoys chewing the timothy hay ball at the top. He carries it around like he's showing it off. A huge hit and works well to keep boredom at bay as he doesn't have one all the time.