Honey Bars For Rabbits & Guinea Pigs
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Rating: 4.4

Average rating from 15 reviews.

(4.4 out of 5, based on 15 reviews)

Naturally healthy treat bars made with tantalizing select grains and delicious honey. Fortified with vitamins and minerals, each bar provides a balanced nutrition and dietary variety for a taste you pet is sure to love.
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Stephanie S.
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Rating: 5

Guinea Girl loves it!

posted 6 years ago

We received this food from my daughter's friend as a gift to our guinea pig. She really like it!

Pros: Eats it all the time

Cons: None

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Wyoming County S.
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Rating: 5

My mr. Easter loved them

posted 6 years ago

mr. easter was a rescue, he was my first rabbit, he loved these. now he is gone but not forgotten

Pros: good for the teeth

Cons: NONE

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