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CareFRESHA Complete NaturalTM Small Pet Bedding
3.67 / 5 based on 3 Reviews
CareFRESH Complete Natural Bedding for Small AnimalsKeep your pet's home neat and fresh with this CareFRESH Complete Natural Bedding for Small Animals, which is made with natural wood fibers to quickly absorb moisture. The bedding makes it easy for your hamster, gerbil, mouse or rat to create and maintain a comfortable burrow that promotes feelings of warmth, safety and security. Features: Accommodates your pet's urge to burrow; natural paper fibers easily absorb moisture; ideal for most small mammal species, including hamsters, gerbils, mice and rats Material: Natural Paper Fibers Environment Type: Indoor Species: Small Mammals, including Hamsters, Gerbils, Mice and Rats Size: Expands to 60L Color: Off-White Package Weight: 25.7 Liters Cleaning Instructions: Change bedding weekly or as needed. Remove damp spots or soiled areas between changes and replace with fresh bedding. Directions: Place 1" 3" of bedding in your pet's habitat depending on the number and type of pets housed. As with any substrate, there is a potential risk of impaction of your pet ingests a sufficient amount of bedding. Observe your pet and seek veterinary care if you suspect impaction of the GI tract. see more...
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I'm crazy about anything organic for myself and my family but this bedding is just awful. It's not at all comfortable for my hamsters. You're always constantly getting stabbed in the fingers by it when you're changing the bedding. The cage smells of urine within two days and I had a Russian dwarf hamster who never smells as bad as this bedding gets. Also consider possible allergies you, your family or even your pet may have (it's pine). I wouldn't recommend it.
Buy this stuff and clean my pets cage weekly, this stuff for me goes a long way and lasts a while! Pretty affordable price too
Good product does it's job for my guinea pig. But it does not have odor control at all. Once he poops you know he did it.
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