- 100% Natural Pure Cloud Snow Silicon Sand And Is Free From Bacteria. Great Choice For Dwarf Hamster Bath.
- It Is The Choice Of Many Owners Of Show Chinchillas For Ideal Coat Condition.
- Pet Will Thoroughly Enjoy Themselves And The Sand Will Help Keep Their Coats Healthy By Removing Excess Oils.
- Keeps Your Pet Entertained For Hours. Sand Is Naturally Abrasive And A Good Alternative To Water For Hamsters That Would Be Made Vulnerable By Taking A Bath In Liquid.
- Package Including:1 x Hamster Sand Bath (500g).
THE BEST FOR SMALL ANIMALS - NATURAL, PURE CLEANING SAND FOR CLEANING DEGUS, HAMSTERS, GERBIL HAPPY PET BATHING SAND
- Bathing Sand is 100% natural White cloud snow silica sand, Do not add any fragrance natural, pure and white and is totally dust free. It is also naturally absorbent. It is the choice of many owners of show chinchillas for ideal coat condition.
- Our Small pets deserve the very best.it Is fun for our Small Animal to Play In and the Purest Natural Pumice Cleanser for our Pet!
- Chinchillas should have a sand bath every day. Place bathing sand into a high-sided box or cat litter tray and let our Chinchillas roll around in it.
ALL NATURAL SAND - THE IMPORTANCE OF A SAND BATH
- Bathing sand is essential for some small animals are a nice treat for others, most effective bathing dust for cleaning & protecting the fur and skin of our chinchilla, hamster, gerbil, or degus.
- Chinchillas, hamsters and degus should have a regular sand bath. They will thoroughly enjoy themselves and the sand will help leaving it coats healthy and clean by removing excess oils.
- It is the choice of many owners of show chinchillas for ideal coat condition, vets and groomers also think the ANYMON choice bath sand is essential for a healthy coat on your small animal! Chinchillas should have a sand bath every day.
CLEAN IN TIME AND REPLACE
- Only allow your pet to bathe for up to 10-20 minutes at a time to help prevent dry skin. Remove soiled sand immediately and change the sand at least once a week.
- NOTE: Hamsters must not be bathed in water as their coats absorb water and are very difficult to dry out. Water in the fur may cause hypothermia, which could prove fatal.
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