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Push & Play

SKU EN3712
MSRP $5.39
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Exotic Nutrition's Push & Play Small Animal Toy is designed to roll easily, encouraging exercise and mental stimulation for your small pet. Small pets are curious and love to exploring new toys within their habitat. Hint: Place treats or dried insects inside the end sections and watch your critter roll to spin treats out. 

  • Encourages exercise and mental stimulation
  • Jingle ball makes noise for audible sound stimulation
  • Suggested for hedgehogs, rabbits, guinea pigs and other small animals
  • Approximate Size: 3.5 inches long x 2.5 inches wide x 2.5 inches tall

All captive animals require toys to provide entertainment in the cage, especially when left alone for extended periods. It is imperative for mental and physical health to have an array of stimulating toys available at all times. Toys enrich the lives of pets while encouraging natural foraging instincts found in the wild. Add 2-3 toys to your pet's cage at a time and switch them out regularly for continued stimulation.

Always supervise pets at play. Thoroughly inspect toys and accessories on a daily basis. Wipe product clean with a damp soft cloth as needed before returning it to the cage.

  • UPC810012543712

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by Anonymous on July 12, 2020

My hedgie loves moving this thing around... The bell noise is a little obnoxious but it makes her happy. I monitor her use of all toys... Because there is a risk of her getting her foot stuck - I try to observe how she plays with it. So far she just nudges it. -Nancy H.


by Anonymous on July 8, 2020

My hedgie doesn't touch it and the holes are too big to put any of his treats in it. Because he is nocturnal I also took out the little ball because just him running in his cage would make it jingle and if he wasn't going to play with it I thought why not take the noise part out. Good concept though, I bet most hedgies like it! -Kalia B.

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