Selective Naturals Forest Sticks For Guinea Pigs With Blackberry

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SKU
I246657
Pet Type
Guinea Pig
Sp Food Type
Treats
Description
With high fibre and no added sugars, these treats are also ideal for pet rabbits and chinchillas. It's the tasty, healthy way to treat your pets. With Blackberry and Chamomile Ideal for guinea pigs, rabbits and chinchillas Perfect for hand feeding, interaction and bonding Rich in natural ingredients High in fibre - 25% Truly tasty with no added sugars No artificial colours Linseed for healthy skin and shiny coats

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