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Chincilla Bath Dust
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J O.
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Rating: 5

Works great

posted 5 years ago

We used this on my son's gerbils when they were starting to look a little greasy. I thought they would really enjoy playing in it, but they seemed confused. We eneded up dusting them with it ourselves, and they would shake it off. Either way, it worked well and their fur looked much better. This would be great for animals that actually enjoyed it.

Pros: worked well

Cons: gerbils not so thrilled

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Janet R.
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Rating: 5

So funny to watch our four chincillas take a bath in this dust

posted 5 years ago

It is really hysterical to watch our chincillas in their dust bath. They roll over and over in it and come up all full of white dust. It really is cute. Keeps them clean.

Pros: Keeps chincillas clean

Cons: Messy

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