Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 27
Rated 5 out of 5 by KrystalTears For Picky Chinchillas
I have a 9 year old chinchilla that does not like to eat his hay. He was never like this when he was younger, but I guess with age he has become more picky. I cannot get him to eat loose hay for anything. I went to several stores looking for hay that might appeal to him, even all the different varieties of hay offered by Oxbow, but I had no luck. I explained my problem with a local store owner and he recommended for me to try this. It turns out that he loves cubed hay over loose hay. Though he does not eat this as much as he should, at least he is eating some hay as a part of his diet. Hay is vital for the dental health of rodents and lagomorphs. I find that this product is a bit expensive, but it is worth it since it is made with quality hay and my chinchilla will only eat this product. I also find this product to be less dusty than loose hay and it tends to be cleaner, at least in my experience. The hay cubes are not meant to be a substitute for toys since the cubes are not hard enough to properly file down teeth.
I would recommend this for someone struggling to get their chinchilla or other small gnawing pet to eat their hay.
February 3, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by LindaRose Oxbow Timothy Hay cakes
I purchased the timothy hay cakes and they were a big hit with my bunnies! They are also nice to have around when you are getting low on hay. Everyone scoffs up the hay cake so I would say that they are a big hit!
December 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brambalam Fix for messy chins
I have two chinchillas, who find nothing more amusing than making the biggest mess possible with their hay. These stacks make them work for it, so they're less likely to throw it around. It is more costly then loose bales, and chinchillas are still messy regardless, but it's worth it as a treat to oneself. A little less mess.
October 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chillybeans Excellent Chinchillas love it!
My chinchillas LOVE this!!! It's a nice break from their regular loose timothy hay. They pick out the little carrot pieces too from the carrot stacksThis is a great way to get hay into those pets that are picky about eating it, or don't eat enough of it.
April 28, 2015