|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Gerbil, Hamster, Rat, Hedgehog, Squirrel||Gerbil, Hamster||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Rat||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...||Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Degu|
|Material||Wood||Wood, Plant Material||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Wood, Plant Material||Plant Material, Grass / Hay|
|Bed Feature||—||Safe to Chew||—||Safe to Chew||—|
My 3 rabbits love these and have been eating them for most of their lives (they are now 6.5 - 7.5 years old). I also give them fresh grass hay (from a local hay producers), kibble, veggies, and other treats. But getting these stopped them from chewing on the walls. All my rabbits (which my vet calls geriatric) are healthy with no dental issues. They used to devour them quickly (days), but now they last a couple of months. I remove them when there's only about a 1/3 of the log left as they lose interest at that point. When my rabbits were tiny bunnies, they could hide under them, but that's not possible anymore. These logz are made with alfalfa and honey, which (in my experience) is fine as a treat for rabbits, just not as a primary hay or food source. I wouldn't recommend giving this to a rabbit who devours the whole thing quickly, since it should be a treat. So, please monitor your pet with this if you haven't given them this before. Unless the recipe has changed over the past year or so, it doesn't state saw dust on the packaging, nor does it look or smell like sawdust. As other reviewers have mentioned, they are thin. Sometimes, I get one that breaks, but usually they are stable. The rabbits love throwing these and just moving these around as well. Note: The current price is almost double what I paid at another shop that no longer stocks these a year ago.
My bunnies love this tunnel. They work on it together until its the size of a large bone and then I split it in half to share. I had trouble finding one and when it was back in stock I ordered two. They have destroyed two of them. I'll be ordering shortly.