|Top Ingredients||100% Freeze-Dried Strawberries. Preservative and Additive Free.||100% Freeze-Dried Bananas. No Artificial Colors or Preservatives.||Timothy Meal, Pearled Barley (Rolled), Oat Groats...||Sun-Cured Timothy Hay, Maltodextrin, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil...||Dried Papaya, Artificial Color.|
|Small Pet Type||Hamster, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Mouse, Rat||Hamster, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Mouse, Rat||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Mouse, Rat||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Gerbil, Chinchilla, Mouse, Rat||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Gerbil, Chinchilla|
|Food Form||Treats, Freeze-Dried, Dried Fruits||Treats, Freeze-Dried, Dried Fruits||Treats||Treats||Treats, Dried Fruits|
|Food Flavor||Fruits & Vegetables||Banana||—||Yogurt||—|
My guinea pigs refuse to eat fruits and veggies. These dehydrated strawberries are a big hit with them and now I can relax knowing they're getting some much-needed vitamin C. Great addition to their diet. And Chewy has the best price and fastest shipping.
These are AWESOME! My guinea pig is obsessed with these treats and loves them! I give him one and then he keeps wanting more! This is a must have!
I don't give my guinea pigs many fruits at all, but wanted a special treat for their foraging mat and this does the trick! Good quality, and my boys like munching on them!
When I first bought this item and gave it to my rabbit she absolutely loved it. I buy this every time I ran out. Highly recommend
Been buying this treat for years. The quality remains consistently good and my rabbits love it! They usually get some after we trim their nails.
It is a good and healthy treat for u rabbit. I put in the top of his food bowl like a topping
My holland lop rabbit loves this treat and it smells great!
Both the rabbit and the hamster really enjoyed these treats!
My chinchilla cannot wait to get some of these every day. He wrags his tail and squeaks for 'em
I sprinkle a few of these on my guinea pigs' pellets in the morning, and, by afternoon, they're gone. The pigs eat them but aren't wild about them. They sure do smell good - just like fresh strawberries, which the g.p.s love. Maybe it's the texture they don't find as appealing.