|Top Ingredients||Dried, green pea flakes (Non-GMO)||Flaked Peas||Timothy Hay, Apple, Carrot, Potato.||Cornflower & Daisy Sticks: Vegetables 61.9% (Pea Flour, Carrot); Seeds 23.8% (Grass Seed, Canary Seed...||Freeze Dried Spinach|
|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Guinea Pig||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Mouse||Rabbit, Hamster, Mouse, Hedgehog, Sugar Glider||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Degu||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Gerbil, Mouse, Rat|
|Food Form||Dried Veggies||Flakes||Treats||Sticks, Flowers & Herbs||Freeze-Dried|
|Special Diet||—||Human-Grade||—||—||No Corn No Wheat No Soy|
|Health Feature||—||—||—||—||Vitamins & Minerals, High Protein|
I was recommended this from a friend so I wanted to try it out. My rabbit liked it at first but then started disliking it.
I must have the only guinea pigs who don't care for pea flakes! I've tried numerous brands and... not interested. These particular pea flakes don't look or feel like other brands. Instead of individual flat peas, it looks like a thick sheet of pea was created and then broken up into flakes.
I was a bit skeptical on the appearance of these at first; they’re very thin and the color is more more yellow-green. But, my pigs went crazy for them so that’s what counts! The only one that didn’t isn’t a fan of pea flakes in general.
My guinea pigs absolutely love these pea flakes. Motivation for these treats is a great way to get them more comfortable climbing into my lap and being touched. They're also a great reward for having to have their nails trimmed.