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Timothy Club Carrot

Timothy Club Carrot

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This Timothy Carrot by Oxbow has been designed to provide hours of entertainment and interaction for your small pet wherever they may play as well as providing them with something nibbly and and delicious to gnaw.

Great for enhancing your rabbit's habitat, the Oxbow Timothy Carrot is 100% natural and completely free from pesticides, adding an interesting addition to your pets home that more closely mimics an item they may find in their natural environment.  It provides essential enrichment to their lives, helping to prevent boredom and provide them with something natural and delicious to gnaw and chew.

Perfect for entertaining any furry little friend, the Oxbow Timothy Carrot is an ideal way to encourage your small pet to be more active through play promoting physical and mental stimulation.  It also helps to keep their teeth trim and healthy providing daily dental care thanks to natural materials assisting the natural wearing of your small pets’ teeth. Simply place inside your small pet’s play pen or enclosure to keep them entertained for hours providing a healthy boredom breaking treat and nibbly challenge they’ll love.

This is Oxbow quality through and through. The carrot is also a very large 22cm.

  • 100% Natural - No chemicals, wire or thread.
  • 100% Edible - Made completely of premium Timothy Hay.
  • Fun & Enriching - Promotes Mental and Physical activity.
  • Hand Crafted - Selected, softened & woven by hand. 

Suitable for Rabbits Chinchillas, Degus, Ferrets, Guinea Pigs and other small animals

Size: 22 x 6 cm

Safety note: It is the responsibility of the pet owner to assess the suitability of any treat, toy, or other product. Please read instructions, and directions of use carefully. Always supervise your rabbit whilst playing or eating. Remove the toy if it is damaged, or worn, or if parts become separated, to avoid injury.