Treat Ball For Small Animals
Treat Ball for Small Animals Guinea Pigs, Rabbits is an adjustable-opening treat ball that is a great boredom buster for your pet. With just a little training (or maybe none at all), your pet can enjoy hours of fun and enjoyment with this colorful, adjustable treat ball. It is bright yellow with carrot images, and is 7 cm (2.8 inches) in diameter. Treat Ball for Small Animals Guinea Pigs, Rabbits is not a chew toy, but an interactive treat ball that provides a fun mental and physical workout for your pet. Put your pet’s favorite kibble or small treat inside (we recommend diced carrot or diced apple), adjust the opening to control the difficulty level, and watch your pet have a blast!
-Snacks fall out from the rolling motion
-Trains the skills
-With adjustable opening to regulate the treat output
-Measurements :7 cm
How do you use a treat ball for small animals?
A Treat Ball For Small Animals can be a fun and useful way to keep your small pet entertained and exercised. The ball is designed to dispense treats as your pet plays with it, so it’s a great way to reward your pet for being active. To use the ball, simply fill it with your pet’s favorite treats and then let them loose to play. As they roll the ball around, treats will fall out for them to enjoy. You can also adjust the difficulty level of the ball by adjusting the size of the treat openings. For an extra challenge, try hiding the ball in a room or outside and see if your pet can find it. Treat balls are a great way to keep your pet happy and healthy, so get one today
What should I put in a treat ball?
Treat balls are a great way to keep your small pet entertained and stimulated. But what should you put in a treat ball? A good rule of thumb is to fill the ball with around 10% of your pet’s daily food intake. So, if your guinea pig normally eats a cup of hay per day, you would put around 1/8 cup of hay in the treat ball. Treat balls can also be filled with healthy snacks like vegetables or pellets. However, it’s important to avoid giving your pet too many treats, as this can lead to weight gain. When in doubt, consult with your veterinarian about how to create a healthy and balanced diet for your furry friend.