carefresh® Complete Natural Pet Bedding, 60 Liter Bag
We craft our bedding by blending naturally absorbent fiber with proprietary odor control that offers the best for you and your small pet.
Healthy Pet Ultra Care and Maintenance Chart: Small Pets: hamsters, gerbils, rats: change once per week. Mice: freshen 2-3 times per week and change once per week. House rabbits: freshen 2-3 times per week and change once per week. Ferrets: freshen 2-3 times per week and freshen once per week. Guinea pigs: Freshen daily and change once per week. Birds: freshen 2-3 times per week or change once per week. Large Pets: Reptiles: freshen once per week. Post-surgical bedding: check daily; freshen 2-3 times per week; change once per week. Pour 1 - 3 inches on the bottom of the cage, aquarium or habitat. For birds, place a layer of Healthy Pet on the bottom of the cage or nest box.
Not suitable for grazers such as tortoises. Safe if ingested in small quantities. Impaction and related problems are inherent risks in any substrate. Seek veterinary care if your pet consumes large quantities of bedding.
carefresh® Custom Rabbit/Guinea Pig White Pet Bedding, 50 Liter Bag
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Because hamsters & gerbils burrow, and rabbits & guinea pigs nest, we’ve created carefresh® custom pet bedding with pieces that are the perfect size for their unique needs.Yes, you can compost the bedding. However, fecal matter in concentrations can take a long time to compost or pose health risks. Please check with compositing experts on how to most safely compost pet litters and wait 120 days before using according to these published guidelines. Yes, you can compost the bedding. However, fecal matter in concentrations can take a long time to compost or pose health risks. Please check with compositing experts on how to most safely compost pet litters and wait 120 days before using according to these published guidelines. As with any change to your pet's environment, there is a potential risk of impaction if your pet ingests a significant amount of its bedding. If you suspect impaction, discontinue use immediately and seek veterinary care.We removed the baking soda from our odor stop formula used in pet bedding in January 2015. It was tested as safe but we removed it because our consumers asked us to. However, some packaging will still say baking soda on it because it took some time to get new bags and we did not want to delay product availability. To identify a bag without baking soda please check the lot number printed on the side of the bag. If the first set of numbers ends in a “5” then it does not contain baking soda. Please contact us if you have questions.One of the recommended manufactured shredded paper choices for litter is Eco-bedding TM . It is made from 100% recycled paper. It is also highly absorbent, and dust free preventing irritation to the respiratory tract. Aspen is a very good choice for bedding. Being a hardwood, there are no toxic phenols in it making it a safe choice for your rat. The only problem with aspen is that it can be messy and difficult to vacuum. CareFRESH is made from paper pulp. It has the appearance of shredded gray egg carton material. Rats seem to like this product although some owners complain about its odor being unpleasant, especially when wet. It also tends to be dusty. The most popular used pellet bedding is Yesterdays News. It is manufactured from recycled newspaper and was originally intended to be an alternative cat litter. Many pet owners use it satisfactorily. The one problem with yesterdays News is that it does tend to crumble and get dusty after it has been wet and then dried out.