I like this as the healthier choice treat I can give to the bunny hes an elder rabbit we've had about a week now and are trying out new things. I put one in his food dish while cleaning the pen. The bunny was in his outdoor pen at the time and I came back to my lil weiner dog chomping on the stick. He also stole one off the table I set out hes crazy for them. I guess its better than eating grass outside and didn't seem to give him any tummy issues. I just have to be more careful lol as a note he doesn't steal my food when I leave it on the table unattended so I didn't think hed steal the bunnys snack in the 30secs I walked away. So they must be pretty tasty I'll have to try other things with alfalfa in it later.
My bunnies look forward to these treats. My one female will tug at the bowl, as I’m putting it in her pen, just to get the treat and hops off to chew on it.
Sadly the ingredients in this product arent the best. Most small animals (rabbits, guinea pigs, etc.) shouldnt have corn products. One of the main ingredients of this “treat” is corn flour
I love the ingredients and my guinea pigs love to eat them. However, the bag was not nearly as full as it looks in the picture. No complaints about the actual product though!
My rabbit looks forward to these and runs off with an excited hop
My bunnies are now 3 years old and they still enjoy these treats.
These treats are super crunchy, and my rabbit loves them!
So I guess that's 50% success? They are really crumbly and tend to turn to dust before they're done with them. Probably not going to buy again.
Alfafa treats must be given to Chinchilla, sparingly. Twice or three times a week, but when she gets them, she pulls on it and then snatches it right out of my hand.
My rabbits love these they are one of the only brands that don't have dies or other bad stiff in them. the only thing I wish they did different is put more treats in the bag.