National Geographic™ Crunch & Nibble Variety Pack Small Animal Accessory
Guinea pig loves it all.
My guinea pig is absolutely fascinated with all of what's in the pack. Her favorite is the willow ball though. It's been a few days and I'm happy to say that they are still intact for her. Very great product, I highly recommend! :)
September 20, 2014
Thank you Petsmart for bringing natural products to the U.S. The U.K has always had nice natural objects, but now the U.S has real natural items. I have about 3-4 national geographic products. This was my first.
The loofah is liked with my hamster. Not all hams will like loofah but mine does. It also has no dyes in it!
The willow ball is basically ignored but sometimes Honeynut will bat it around a bit.
The sisal like ball is destroyed! My ham loves it and likes to rip it up a ton!
The two balls are ignored but I stick treats in it so it's like a hamster kong, and it gets the hamsters going.
The twig is ignored but natural.
Even though some of them are ignored it's a great price, natural, and helps animal conservation!
June 26, 2014
I love this pack. Most hamsters don't enjoy loofa, but it's always a cute decoration, and every once and a while one of my girls will throw it up in the air like a toy :) The little willow ball has been a favorite with my roborovski, it's probably her favorite chew! The wrapped sisal ball mostly isn't chewed, but sometimes my other robo will push it around with her nose.
The best thing in the pack is surprisingly the small wooden ball. I gave it to my young Syrian/'Teddy Bear' hamster, who didn't like chewing on much that wasn't edible, but overnight she chewed the ball into a cube! It continues to be her favorite chew, and it just keeps shrinking and shrinking!
This would be a great pack for a new hamster owner on a budget, there's something in it that every hamster will enjoy, and since hamsters have to chew, this is a good way to find what your hamsters like cheaply! I love the fact that there are no chemicals or colors added. Plus, it's great for natural cage themes!
May 3, 2014