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Happy Pet Willow Sticks

Happy Pet Willow Sticks

by Happy Pet

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Satisfy your furry little friend's gnawing desires and treat them to these fantastic natural willow sticks. A great way keep your pet's teeth trim and healthy and to beat boredom.

Directions: As with any pet product, always supervise your pet while playing. Remove product if damaged, worn or if parts become separated as injury could result.


This toy is not indestructible. All pets should be supervised when playing. Replace toy once worn.

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Anne Reid
Chin loves them! :)
Surprisingly great chew toy
Tried these after reading reviews that other people's Syrians had really gone for them. Was doubtful that mine would be interested in sticks but tied a bundle to the cage doors where they gnaw and one of them really went for them, totally stripping them. I find snapping them in half and tying on a bundle of about six works best because snapping them must release the scent and encourages them to strip them. The other Syrian was not so interested but she is not a great gnawer. Have bought them from various places but have found these are a bit thinner than others and more manageable for a hamster. Would highly recommend trying them if you have a hamster that chews as they are a good natural product.
Shame he isn't interested
Great products as always. Just a shame my bunny isn't interested in them.
Dwarf Hamsters like these
Our dwarf hamsters like chewing on these.
Bunny loves these
These willow sticks never fail to make my bunny happy Probably one of his favourite chew like the size of these as they last a good couple of days of chewing hehe Great service highly recommend
Not that good
Got these for my degus but they havenít really chewed them much. I stuck some of the thicker twigs through the bars and theyíve chewed them a bit. They havenít bothered with the thin sticks and most fell out of the cage.
Rabbits and Guineas do have the odd chew but not as popular as thought

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