Alfalfa Stick -- set of
Bunnies love alfalfa
and it can be a yummy tasty treat and a great boredom buster toy in
one! These toys combine Funny Bunny's wonderful hardwood chews with
our rabbits favorite treat, alfalfa cubes. The natural hardwood
parts provide long lasting chewing
Picky Bunny Eats Them
From JGE of Vancouver, Washington on 2/16/2015.
My bun is notoriously picky. Other similar chews have been pretty much ignored. But he does seem to like these, they slowly disappear unlike the others. These are alfalfa, so I wouldn't want him to eat too much each day, but he seems to just gnaw on them now and then. Each one lasts a week, sometimes . . .
Not a hit
From Christina of Tampa, Florida on 5/31/2014.
Neither of our 2 bunnies like these treats/toys. They have nibbled on then a little but for the most part ignore them
Bunny Loves them!
From Katie Stein of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 3/6/2014.
Holly really goes crazy for these! Put one in her pen and I just sit back and watch the binkies in between nibbles. This is definitely a repeat purchase!
A great bunny snack!
From kathy craig of mountain view, California on 2/27/2014.
My 5 month old bunny loves these; unfortunately, so do the dogs and they try to steel them from her :-)
From Anonymous of Albuquerque, New Mexico on 8/1/2013.
My 2 mos old bunny enjoys chewing on this and after she eats off all the alfalfa, she plays with the stick, tossing it around.
My bunnies love these!
From Lisa Cohen of Los Angeles, California on 5/1/2013.
I have two bunnies and they absolutely go crazy over these. The package comes as a set of three and I need more of them.
Buzz and Stella fight over these
From tweaver of Dallas, Texas on 4/4/2013.
Buzz and Stella will take these from each other's mouths. They love them that much. What a suprise because other than banana they never fight over food!A+++++
From Em of Midland, Michigan on 1/11/2013.
My bunnies loved the alfalfa cube on the outside but once they got down to the wood, it was too hard and they wouldn't chew on it. They did carry them around occasionally and toss them when it just had the wood though.
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