- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 15.2 x 16.5 cm ; 113 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 127 g
- Item Model Number: 100037504
- ASIN: B004TS2A9S
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 11 June 2018
- Customer Reviews: 4,234 customer ratings
Kaytee Timothy Biscuits Baked Apple Treat, 4Oz Bag
|Price:||$71.77 + $7.00 Delivery|
- Supports dental health through natural chewing activity
- Ideal for bonding and playtime
- Great enrichment and foraging for small animals
- Ideal for playtime and bonding with your pet rabbit, hamster, chinchilla, and other small pets that crave the taste of real sun cured timothy hay, apples, and molasses
- The high fiber Content of natural timothy Grass hay also supports your pet's overall health
Style Name: Apple
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Kaytee timothy Biscuits baked with apples are a nutritious treat that provides tooth conditioning and satisfies a small animal’s natural desire to chew. Provides the natural high fiber of timothy grass hay!
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However, they ARE treats. Just like you would regulate the sweets your child gets, pets shouldn't pig out on these either. I give him one or two a week at most (sometimes none at all) and he's just fine. Fresh vegetables and berries are always a healthier option for treats, but these are good too if you feel like spoiling your bun on occasion. He's been eating these for a few months and I've never had a problem.
These are a small round hard biscuit (with a hole through the middle), a good size for a squirrel to grasp, but they’ll need to have good teeth.
I was initially disappointed because he wasn’t interested in them at first, but that was when he was still young and a fussy eater.
Then he grew up a bit, got better and started eating a greater variety of fruits and nuts, and the Timmy biscuits became a real treat that he eagerly looked forward to. He started eating them about the time he was able to tackle pecans (I’d crack them for him, but he had to do the rest).
I’m glad I persevered and kept trying him with them. I’d give him just one a day.
So for squirrels, in my very limited experience, not good when they’re young, but once they’re big enough to tackle nuts, these make a good treat.