|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Degu||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Degu||Gerbil, Hamster||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Ferret||Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse|
|Material||Plant Material, Grass / Hay||Plant Material, Grass / Hay||Wood, Plant Material||Plant Material, Grass / Hay||Plant Material, Grass / Hay|
|Bed Feature||Safe to Chew||Safe to Chew||Safe to Chew||—||Safe to Chew|
I bought this for my 2 guinea pigs. I understand they're able to chew it and it wouldn't last forever, but the entire thing is almost unraveling and I'm cutting sections off almost every day. I'd be surprised if this thing lasts a month, which isn't great for the price. Won't purchase again.
It unraveled in a day and a half. I just took it out and threw it away.
My piggies love this hideout, and I love it too. It’s sturdy and aesthetically pleasing.
My turtle likes climbing on top an looking out the window
Came apart within a week. Anytime it moves, it unravels more.
Well the pigs love it and hide in it and chew it apart with great relish. It takes three weeks for everything to come unwound.
They just love running through the tunnel and gnawing the hay.
This isn't their first timothy tunnel, and Oxbow is a very good brand. My piggies incorporate this tunnel into their zoomies, and chew it until it's destroyed. I just have to add a waterproof liner to the bottom because they pee in it. If Oxbow would make one like this that's an open-bottomed arch, that would be awesome.
The product held up fine but my guinea pigs seemed completely uninterested in hiding in/chewing on it until I put some normal loose hay *inside* of it. Then one of them got a piece of the tunnel's rigid material lodged in her eye and I had to take her to the vet. Definitely not worth the investment. Will stick to more "permanent" materials for tunnels going forward.
Our little bunnies play with this and chew on it/eat it. It keeps them busy and they don't chew on other stuff they shouldn't.