Peter's Chew Toy for Rabbits and Small Animals, Apple
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- Peter'S Chew Toy With Apple
- Toy And Treat In One
- Promotes proper tooth conditioning for rabbits
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Peter's chew toy with apple is a toy and treat in one. Promotes proper tooth conditioning for rabbits, but it's great for other small animals as well
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Top Customer Reviews
In detail, I like to give my 2 piggy's new chews/toys/treats every so often to prevent boredom and give them something else to do with either in their cage or during play pen time. They love fresh apples, apple pellets and the dried apple slices and they also enjoy wood chews/chew sticks so I figured they'd like this so I bought they each a chew. This thing probably got about 5 or 10 minutes of their attention the entire day. The next day I offered it again and one chewed on the wood ball part for about 30 seconds before he got bored. I offered it to them in their cages last night in hopes of them choosing to gnaw on it in their little hidey's and it still didn't interest them.
I knew it was a gamble when I bought them and truthfully I'm not all that surprised my boys didn't take to this treat. I'm happy about the value, at least I'm not out a whole bunch of money like I would've been if I bought this same exact product locally. It seems well put together and it withstood me tossing it short distances so I could show my boys that it rolled hoping to peak their interest (they LOVE willow & grass balls which they both love to push it so it rolls around) and even with the (huge!) piece of apple it still rolled well. The apple didn't break/fall off either. It's still attached now. Also, the 'genius' packed my order in the shipping box chose to put the almost 5 pound bag of their pellets directly on TOP of one of them and it didn't destroy the treat which is what I was terrified of once I opened the box. And no, it wasn't shipping/handling that resulted in the 1 treat being under the pellets.
More or less you get an apple treat wrapped around a wooden barbell. The apple portion themselves are soft, and won't last very long. My rabbit absolutely loves them. While a large quantity of the apple portion would be unhealthy, it's a pretty small portion and appropriate in quantity for that kind of treat for most rabbits.
After the apple portion is gone, you have a wooden barbel. Like other owners have noticed, my rabbit enjoys, more or less, picking the thing up and tossing it as far as she can, and then repeating the process until she decides it is time to chew up her makeshift football. The wood used is good for chewing in that it helps wear down teeth, and it does not seem very prone to splintering (which can be very dangerous), nor does it seem to have a flavor that the rabbit will actually consume rather than simply chewing on it.
If your rabbit finds the barbell portion interesting, this is a cool treat. However, if bunny only likes the apple portion and eats it and moves on, this will be a 60 second toy (and hence not as good a value given how short the duration is of its ability to keep bunny's attention.)
So overall I really like these and think it's a good toy. The pricing here is (at least at this moment in time given vendors and prices can change) significantly less than in most large pet stores.
Our bunnies are on the small side, but the apple section does usually last a few days for them. I would imagine a larger bunny like a Flemish would dispense with it much quicker though!