Tiny Friends Farm, Guinea Pig Scrummies With Apple, Strawberry,

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SKU
I240867
Pet Type
Guinea Pig
Sp Food Type
Treats
Description
Gerty Guinea Pig Scrummies are perfect when you want to give your pet a tasty treat. They can be carefully hand fed to your pets, helping you to build those special moments together. One or two can also be hidden around your pet's enclosure to encourage natural foraging. Gerty Guinea Pig Scrummies are also suitable for rabbits, chinchillas, mice and rats. Tasty treats for guinea pigs and other tiny friends With tasty apple, strawberry, apricot and banana Fresh from the bakery Yummy crunchy baked bites Made with the wholesome, tasty goodness of natural grains, fruit and veggies

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