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Small Animal Supplies & Accessories

Petland offers valuable information on caring for your small animal pet and choosing a pet that is right for you.  We have a wide selection of products for Hamsters, Ferrets, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas and more.  We offer all the products you will need to meet your pet’s four basic needs.

Behavioral Needs

  • Niches/Hide Outs – Stress-free hiding places and sleeping quarters for your small pet. Provide physical structures and/or materials for your pet to make their own niche.
  • Exercise Wheel – Many small animals will forage over great distances in their natural habitat. An exercise wheel allows for exercise inside the cage.
  • Fun Ball – Allows safe exercise outside of the cage and a place to put the pet while cleaning the cage.
  • Chew Stick or Block – Many small animals (except ferrets) have teeth that continue to grow throughout their life. Chew toys help keep teeth trimmed.
  • Treat Stick – Small animals forage for their food naturally. Treat sticks provide an alternate food choice, where the pet must work to remove food…this is a natural behavior.
  • Collar and Lead – Helps keep control of your small animal in new situations or on an outing. Also provides exercise and socialization.

Maintenance Needs

  • Brush – Reduces shedding, tangles and hairballs, and keeps rabbits and guinea pigs’ coats clean and healthy.
  • Bedding – Keeps cage and pet clean, reduces odors.
  • Litter Deodorizer – Added to the litter, feed, and/or water, deodorizers greatly reduce smells from small animal waste.
  • Litter Pan or Hamster Potty – Small animals can be litter-trained, especially rabbits, ferrets, and hamsters. Minimizes cleanup and makes it easier to control odors.
  • Nail Clippers – Rabbits, guinea pigs, and ferrets need their nails trimmed periodically to avoid injuries, both to the animal and to you.

Environmental Needs

  • Cage – Wire, glass, or plastic all have their benefits and drawbacks. Be sure to provide a home big enough for the pet at full growth.
  • Water Bottle & Holder – A sanitary alternative to a water bowl for your small animal.
  • Ceramic Dish/Bowl – Provides a clean place for food,. Most small animals chew, so ceramic is a more durable choice.
  • Carrier – Ensures safe transportation of your small animal.
  • Cage Cleaners/Deodorizers – Break down stains and odors that build up even with regular cage cleanings.

Nutritional Needs

  • Staple Diet – Be sure to provide the proper food for your small animal’s age and eating habits. Provides basic nutrition.
  • Timothy Hay – Provides necessary roughage for digestion. Feed daily to rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and hamsters for good overall health.
  • Alfalfa Hay – Also a source of roughage, alfalfa is a vital source of vitamin C for guinea pigs. Can also be given to adolescent, pregnant, sick, or older rabbits to boost overall health.
  • Assorted Treats – Nutritional variety, supports natural foraging habits.
  • Salt/Mineral Block – Helps maintain hydration and keeps teeth trimmed, as well as providing necessary minerals.
  • Vitamins – Ensure proper levels of vitamins vital to your small animal’s diet.
  • Stress Aid – Very important during environmental changes, will help prevent or treat diarrhea.
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