We have designed some treats especially to provide extra stimulation which reduces boredom and in turn lowers your pet’s stress levels and improves their overall health and happiness!
Our treats contain ingredients which are beneficial to your pets. This includes a variety of protein sources, herbs, flowers, vegetables, fruits and seeds.
Our treats are made using natural ingredients, making them a healthier alternative to mass produced treats (just compare the ingredients list from our treats to those you find in your local pet store!)
We pride ourselves on being unique and providing treats that you won’t find in your local pet store. Any treats you see have been based entirely on our own designs!
Make a feel good purchase! Buying from us supports a small business and if you purchase one of our charity items, you will also be helping to raise money for an important cause.
We care about small animals. This is why so much thought goes into all of our designs and choosing our ingredients; our brand representatives are great examples of species-appropriate care; and we are always working on improving our items. Unfortunately, buying treats and other items from pet stores may fund towards inhumane practices. Learn more here.
Hamsters were domesticated less than 100 years ago. This means they still need to be 'tamed' by a patient owner before they can be easily handled. Treats are a brilliant way of helping your hamster (and other pets) to bond with you. It encourages them to approach you and become used to your scent, learning to trust you.
It is a great way of stimulating affection towards them!
Rodent and rabbit teeth never stop growing. Treats that are hard in texture are a great preventative measure for tooth overgrowth. *If your pet is struggling to eat or avoiding food, please seek vetinerary attention.*
Treats can improve your pets quality of life by providing stimulation from the different textures and flavours. They can provide further stimulation by hiding treats in bedding and toys for your pet to find.
Treats are a great way of providing extra nutrition into your pet's diet such as protein, vitamins and minerals.
Source: Hamster Care Blog, (Alex, 2022)
They are very low in saturated fat and cholesterol, as well as sodium, vitamins, and minerals.
They are rich in dietary fibres which provides your guinea pig (and other small pets) with strong digestive health.
Oats are one of the richest sources of manganese, which has been proven to be an important mineral that helps maintain good bone health.
They have a low glycemic index, which means that it won’t cause blood sugar levels to spike. This makes rolled oats a good option for guineapigs (and other pets) who are diabetic or who have other metabolic problems.
Guineapigs in particular have sensitive stomachs, so be sure to monitor your guineapig's digestion and adjust the amount of oats/treats you give them accordingly.
Do not rely on our treats or oats generally for nutrition. Feed in moderation only alongside a balanced and varied diet suitable for the species of your pet.
Source: Cute Pet Care Blog (Dr Tracey Zhang, 2022)