Peters Grass Bed
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Rating: 4.8

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(4.8 out of 5, based on 15 reviews)

Woven Pet Bed Is Safe To Chew And Protects Sensitive Paws From Wire Bottomed Cages. Can Be Used Inside Or Outside Of The Cage.
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Kavykeeper
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Rating: 3

A decent disposable accessory

posted 5 years ago

These are nice to buy as a treat for a guinea pig once in awhile. They find them interesting and like to eat them, too. I would just buy one to keep in the cage until it gets soiled. Once it's soiled, it breeds bacteria and should be tossed. I prefer solid plastic for guinea pigs, but as a disposable item, I think it's fine.

Pros: Fun to sleep in and eat

Cons: once soiled, must be discarded

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Roo1
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Rating: 5

Great for rabbits

posted 6 years ago

My bunny loves these except they don't last long.

Pros: Great for resting

Cons: none

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