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Rated 5 out of 5 by RattyTatty4207 Pretty good!
My rats and I love this product. It is great for them to run through and climb over the hole in the top. Plus, it's apparently yummy! The ratty tatties eat and chew on it all the time. The only mild flaw is that it keeps me up at night sometimes. It's just because they are still awake and chew it so I can't fall asleep. That's why I take it out at night and put it back in the cage in the morning. Hope I helped someone looking to buy this, because you should:)
June 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mongo2 Great Tree Trunk
Wonderful size. I bought this as a new house for my Degu. While she doesn't use it for a house, she does love to chew it. So, it does serve another purpose that is acceptable.
May 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by JillAndDwight Guinea Pigs love it!
I'm about to order our second snak shak log while it's on sale. My two guinea pigs, who ignore a lot of chew toys, both love this activity log. My smaller pig, Dwight, loves to run through it, while Fez prefers to just chew the ends. It's big enough for them to share peacefully, so if you are introducing two pigs to each other, this could help them bond! It also lasts a really long time, even with them chewing on it a lot. It can be a bit loud when they're chewing, but I don't mind at all.
March 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sweets08816 Lasts a long time-chins don't ever finish it
I get these for my chins as a hiding space/perch that they can also chew on, but they don't seem to chew on it and completely finish it like some of their chew toys. They love playing in the log, and they chew it until it is thinned out inside, and some of them will chew on the ends (I have 9 chins), but I usually wind up tossing the log when it gets skanky looking (usually after about a year) never because it has been finished- I am fine with that since it's mostly sawdust and sugar, but it's safe for them to chew on it, which gives them an alternative to chewing on the metal bars of their cage or something that they shouldn't chew on, and it allows them to burn off chewing energy without harm.
December 22, 2015