Monday, 1 February 2016

Rosewood Pet Small Pet Naturals Range



Some of you that follow my Instagram, you would of seen Kristoff our white haired hamster. Kristoff was such a great hamster, he had such character and he loved to be fussed. He had become part of the family the nearly two years we had him. 




Rosewood pets sent some lovely of their natural range treats , but  Krisoff started to decline and didn't get a chance to try them out. He stopped eating and moving and sadly passed a few days later. We was all a little heartbroken after he passed away and decided to get another furry addition a few weeks after. 



We decided to get a little dwarf hamster and we named him Coco. He was only 8 weeks old and still a little baby. He is still getting used to us, and over the weeks we have included some of the naturals treats a few at a time. 



The small Carrot Cottage is something that we put in his cage straight away. The base is made from thick, edible card coated in side and out with meadow hay. The top is coated in dry carrot. So it can be a hide and seek den or a bed. Coco loves to fill it up with ripped newspaper. 



Rosewood Naturals Rodent Playground is a great assortment to keep teeth healthy. The playground is great for a treat and to gnaw, it includes treat cookies and edible willow ball. The product is 100% natural ingredients. Keeps pets entertained and stimulated.









Critter Cocktail. In the wild Hamster, Rats, Gerbils and Mice will hunt for insects and other protein rich foods which are an important part of their diet. Included in the lack is dried and nutritious shrimps, mealworms and silkworms. Coco seems to enjoy them and it's not something I would of thought about giving a small pet before. 



Shrimp Cookies are baked wholemeal cookies, loaded with seeds, nuts & shrimps. 



Small Treat n Gnaw Logs.
 Two edible peanut flavoured small wooden logs, packed with seeds, peanut and apple. Perfect to keeping small animals entertained and busy. They have  a handy clip to attach the logs from he cage.










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