|Top Ingredients||Alfalfa Meal, Soybean Hulls, Wheat Middlings...||Lucerne Meal (Alfalfa), Soya Hulls, Wheat...||Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Dehulled Soybean Meal, Wheat Middlings...||Wheat, Timothy Hay, Alfalfa Meal...||Timothy Grass, Sunflower Meal, Canola Meal...|
|Food Form||Pellets||Dry Food, Pellets||Pellets||Mix, Dried Veggies||Pellets|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health, Immune Support||Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health, Skin & Coat Health...||Digestive Health||—||Vitamins & Minerals|
|Special Diet||High-Protein, High Fiber||High Fiber, Low Fat||—||High Fiber||Non-GMO|
|Small Pet Type||Chinchilla||Chinchilla||Chinchilla||Chinchilla||Chinchilla|
My husband & I love Oxbow for the most part for our pet chinchilla except we realized this was the ONLY choice by them for chinchilla pellets. It's primarily Alfalfa Hay which shouldn't be given to a adult chinchilla besides sometimes, not everyday. PLEASE make Garden Select easier to purchase with 25lb bag too! It's healthier for adult chins.
These are pellets you will feed your chinchilla daily and the number one main ingredient is alfalfa hay. Alfalfa is high in protein and should ONLY be given to chinchillas as treats. Their garden select pellets use main ingredient as timothy, which is ideal.
My chinchillas are doing great on this food. I have been feeding it for a few years now and they still love it.
I've only fed my chinchillas oxbow hay/pellets and they are doing so well! Zyra is 10 and Baxter is 4 years old.
This is the only chinchilla food I buy and my chinchilla loves it. I always get the big bag from chewy because it's far more affordable than the smaller bags at the pet store. I put it in an airtight container and it lasts for months.
This is one of the only pellets chins should have. It's the best one out there and my boys love it!
My chinchillas love this food and as from all my research it is the best food you can get. The other types of food have harmful fruits and vegetables that domestic chinchillas cannot have in their diet.
Bag is opened when it arrives and pellets are all over the place
I generally prefer the garden selection by this brand because it doesn't have the cane molasses, has a natural and enticing smell and texture compared to this. However the garden select has been very difficult to find lately so this is my back up. Chinchillas shouldn't have sugar but since molasses is everything from the sugar cane except for the actual sugar part (sugar is extracted) then it's a grear back options.
My chinchillas get so happy every time I give them this food