When it comes to the holidays, we tend to spoil all the pets including the rabbits and the bird. Everyone gets a stocking and some treats, We love Kaytee when it comes to our rabbits, they have all the treats we want and they all love. Kaytee Baked Apple Timothy Biscuit Small Animal Treats, are the perfect treats for them.

Key Benefits

  • Made from sun-cured timothy hay
  • Benefits of high-fiber timothy hay in a baked, easy-to-feed biscuit
  • Keeps their teeth trim and satisfies their need to chew
  • Guinea Pigs, rabbits and chinchillas need hay to aid in the digestion process
  • Provides a more challenging chew

As soon as Ray goes near the cage with the bag, they all start standing up and looking just waiting on him to feed them. Not only are they high in fiber they are good for their teeth. As they chew these biscuits help to keep their teeth nice and trim.

In fact, hay should make up 75 percent of their daily diet. Kaytee Baked Apple Timothy Biscuit Small Animal Treats are crunchy sun-cured timothy hay treats baked with delicious apples and other ingredients like what, flaxseed, alfalfa meal and dried cane molasses. They provide a more challenging chew than regular bale hay and make a great supplement to your small pet's regular hay supply. Offer one biscuit a few times a day by hand or to your pet's food bowl.

We get all our supplies for the animals on Chewy, they have everything we need and shipment is fast. Ideal for playtime and bonding with your pet rabbit, hamster, chinchilla, and other small pets that crave the taste of real sun cured timothy hay, apples, and molasses

When we are low on supplies we head over to Chewy.com and place an order and its here in 2 days, fast and easy to use and now they have products for the smaller pets, so the rabbits and bird can get what they need as well as the cats and dogs.


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