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Grow your own certified-organic greens with the Bellrock Growers Pet Greens Self Grow Garden Pet Grass. Most pets love eating grass, and these all-natural greens are loaded with nutrients like chlorophyll, carotene, antioxidant vitamins and minerals—and it all comes straight from the sun’s energy! It comes in a ready-to-grow bag, so all you have to do is add water, and in about a week you’ll have an all-natural treat for your furry pal. When it’s ready, just clip some off, and let the grazing begin! It’s a safe and easy alternative to houseplants and outside grass.

Key Benefits

  • Grow your own USDA-certified organic wheat grass in just 5 to 7 days. Just add water to the bag!
  • Great for cats, dogs, birds, reptiles and small animals. Rich in fiber and gluten free to support digestion.
  • Naturally packed with antioxidant vitamins, minerals and other nutrients from the sun’s energy.
  • Helps control hairballs for cats, provides calcium for reptiles and birds love to prune.
  • Made in the USA. One pound of wheat grass is equal to the nutritional value of 23 pounds of garden veggies.

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  • Item Number
    80254
  • Food Form
    Treats
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    Sensitive Digestion, Organic, Vegetarian, Gluten Free, GMO-Free

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Wheat Grass.

Feeding Instructions

Feed to your pet as a healthy reward or snack. Cat Grass can be fed to cats, dogs, birds, reptiles, and small animals. Adjust the serving size according to the size of your pet. Reptiles and small animals should only be fed small amounts of cat grass. Consult your veterinarian for more information about the proper serving size for your pet. Cat grass can be eaten directly out of the pot or clipped and added to food. Please do not leave your animal unattended when feeding directly out of the bag. The package is not meant for consumption.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the shelf life of the product?

Self-Grow Pet Grass kits are best used within 18 months of the manufacturer’s date, which can be found on a sticker on the back of the bag. They don’t have an expiration date, but after 18 months some of the seeds may not germinate.

CAREFULLY pour 1 ¾ cup of water into the tub. The wheatgrass seeds are pre-mixed into the growth medium.

Once the water soaks in, there may be seeds resting on top of the growth medium. You can poke them down with your finger to a depth of ¼ inch. Kit only needs to be watered once over the life of the grass.

Place the tub in a warm, out-of-the-way place that does not get a lot of light. Your seeds should start to sprout in about 3 days.

Once you see the little sprouts poking up, move the tub to a bright, well ventilated location (although not in direct sunlight).

That’s it! Your Pet Greens Garden is ready for your pets to enjoy when the grass reaches about 2 inches in height. It can grow up to 7” high, but should be trimmed at about the 5” point to keep it fresh and healthy.

Use & Care

Pet Grass live cat grass typically lasts about 2-3 weeks. Follow the instructions below to maintain healthy growth and keep your cat grass fresh and delicious for its full life-span. Cat grass cannot be re-potted and should be replaced on a regular basis.

Watering: Water your Cat Grass about twice a week. The best way to water your Cat Grass is to place the container in a saucer and water it from the bottom. Make sure the soil stays moist but do not let your Cat Grass stand in water for more than an hour.

Light and Ventilation: Place your Cat Grass in a bright, well ventilated location. Avoid direct sunlight and/or hot locations. A bright kitchen window is ideal! Cat Grass is considered a leafy green. The best way to extend the life of your Cat Grass is to put the container in the refrigerator at night.

Feeding: Feed to your pet as a healthy reward or snack. Cat Grass can be fed to cats, dogs, birds, reptiles, and small animals. Adjust the serving size according to the size of your pet. Reptiles and small animals should only be fed small amounts of cat grass. Cat grass can be eaten directly out of the pot or clipped and added to food. Consult your veterinarian for more information about the proper serving size for your pet.

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    Bought three bags for my three cats. Followed instructions and within a few days the seeds started growing! Waited for about a week and a half and when the grass was about 8" tall I offered one bag to the cats. They ate the stuff right down to the dirt - BIG hit. That was the good - now for the bad. When I brought the second bag in from the deck, I noticed small mushrooms growing amongst the grass - same thing with the third. Not knowing if this should be happening or not I tried to reach the manufacturers website listed on the back of the bag but my computer couldn't find the page. I then called Chewy for their take on the situation. After asking a few questions I was told that the mushrooms Bought three bags for my three cats. Followed instructions and within a few days the seeds started growing! Waited for about a week and a half and when the grass was about 8" tall I offered one bag to the cats. They ate the stuff right down to the dirt - BIG hit. That was the good - now for the bad. When I brought the second bag in from the deck, I noticed small mushrooms growing amongst the grass - same thing with the third. Not knowing if this should be happening or not I tried to reach the manufacturers website listed on the back of the bag but my computer couldn't find the page. I then called Chewy for their take on the situation. After asking a few questions I was told that the mushrooms PROBABLY wouldn't hurt the cats but they offered to replace the bags anyway . Two bags in the garbage and waiting for the replacements to arrive. … more

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  • Self Grow Pet Grass

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    We put the bag on the window sill and within days grass was peeking out. I sat the bag in a heavier bowl so it would sit well and we were gone for an overnight. Came home to find Ghost nibbling on it. The nice thing is usually our 3 cats annihilate grass growing in a regular flat planter before it barely grows. This is cool as they are nibbling the top part and it is still growing popping up over the edge in the morning. We ordered 4 bags and now will start another in different windows about a week apart. That way they will all have a place to find some greens.

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  • Grass was great, grow-in bag not so much

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    This product grew long lush grass that one of my three went nuts for. The problem is that the bag is so lightweight that it was incredibly easy for a cat to knock it off the windowsill and spill wet dirt all over the floor - every single day until I got frustrated and threw it out. Quite a mess. I see that there's a tub option which I think I'll try. But I'm also going to fix it to the sill with museum putty.

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  • Lots of seeds

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    My cat and dogs are always chewing on grass so I thought this would be good. After reading the other reviews, I planted only some of the seeds. They grew in 2 days and looked great! The cat chews on them at times but the dogs won't chew on the plants. I tried cutting some and offering it to the dogs and only 1 was interested. I have plenty of seeds to grow when these plants are gone.

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  • Guess I'm No Farmer

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    Overall, it gets a "meh". Can't comment on the cats opinion, since it never grew, so they did not consume. Problem may have been mine, as the holes I was instructed to make, were made with my pocket knife in lieu of the paper clip they recommended, so the size was probably too large. Problem is, you need to open the package to get the paper clip part of the instructions, a step which is done after the holes are made. Sort of a Catch 22. It then said to leave moist in shade for 3 days. I left in garage for that time. Could that have been the issue? I don't know. Bottom line? There's a lot to be said for the ready made variety.

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  • So far, no grass!

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    I actually put the seeds in a pot w/the medium that came with it, but added more potting soil to the mix, which I normally do. This was a week ago. I did notice it wasn't oat grass, so I'm not sure what the seed is. I'll leave it out and keep watering it, hopefully, I'll have grass soon. I actually thought I was just buying the seeds.

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  • Just what they needed

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    I ordered the pet greens because one of my furbabies ate the petals off some flowers I had brought inside. She stopped eating for a couple of days and I got concerned. Then I realized she just wanted something growing. I ordered the pet greens and now each day all of my cats enjoy something growing.

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  • Cat Grass Jungle

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    After I read the directions, I watered the container and set it to the side. A little more than half of the container sprouted grass. It is difficult for my cat to like it because when she eats the container moves and scares her. I started to hold it for her, but I think the damage is done.

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  • My Dogs Loved It....

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    We got this for our cats and put the dirt in a pot instead of the bag. It grew extremely fast. My cats didn't mind it so much, used it to rub their faces in and gnaw on the ends. We would occasionally let my dogs have a taste and they would go nuts! Eventually we kept it next to their water dish and one of them ripped the whole plant out and tried to eat it. In the end it only lasted about a week but it was great!

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  • Grass for tummys

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    I got the grass and it grew up tall and pretty. I don't think my cats realize they're suppose to eat it. So far, they just stick their little noses in it. Hopefully, they'll start chewing on it soon.

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