|Top Ingredients||Timothy Hay, Safflower meal, Whole Flax Seed...||Ground Timothy Hay, Ground Soybean Hulls, Wheat Middlings...||Timothy Grass Meal, Soybean Hulls, Wheat Middlings...||Alfalfa Meal, Whole Wheat, Wheat Feed...||Ground Timothy Grass Hay, Ground Oats, Sunflower Seed Meal...|
|Food Form||Hay, Pellets||Pellets||Pellets||Dry Food, Pellets||Dry Food|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Soy Free||High Fiber||High Fiber||High Fiber||—|
|Small Pet Type||Guinea Pig||Guinea Pig||Guinea Pig||Guinea Pig||Guinea Pig|
|Health Feature||—||Digestive Health, Vitamins & Minerals||Vitamins & Minerals||Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health, Skin & Coat Health...||Dental & Breath Care|
This is the best food I have found for my pigs..provides exactly what they need for a healthy life..I've seen such a difference in their coat and behavior
I’ve been feeding my piggies Sherwood for over a year and have noticed their fur is so much softer, they have more energy and overall are extremely healthy! It’s so important to me that I’m giving them the best, and Sherwood is the best of the best! I love that it’s free from soy, grains and other unnecessary ingredients. It also smells so fresh! My bunny and chinchilla also get Sherwood pellets.
For two years, my guinea pig suffered from GI issues and bloat caused by an injury. Her stool was always inconsistent and loose. At one point, I was pretty sure she was going to die. I had tried different diets and medications and nothing seemed to help long term. I even debated euthanasia. Then I saw Sherwood Pellets and saw how someone's pig had GI issues and the pellets helped. So, I bought them and tried them out. Within a couple of weeks, her stool was almost completely normal and she was barely bloated. I've had her and all my pigs on Sherwood pellets since. She still has flare-ups, but they are much more manageable now. I swear by these pellets. I am excited to find them on Chewy now.