Graz'n Organic Timothy Pellets for Small Pets
Graz’n Organic Timothy Pellets for Small Pets are USDA Organic and contain no fillers, so you can feed them to your smallest family member with confidence. The texture, the taste: These pellets have it all, young or mature they will devour them.
What They Are
Graz’n Organic Timothy Pellets for Small Pets are a USDA Organic, high-fiber, mid range-protein food source for rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas and more, supporting their digestion and providing important vitamins and minerals. You can serve timothy pellets alongside a steady diet of Graz’n Organic Prairie Hay.
Why They’re Special
- They're USDA Organic
- They're chemical-free and pesticide-free
- They contain no artificial color or preservatives
- They’re lab-tested for nutritional content to empower you and your vet with health information to inform your pet’s diet (see the guaranteed analysis, below)
- We go beyond the industry-standard protein, fat, and fiber tests to also measure calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin A, giving you a complete nutritional picture
Our four girls have a hard time chewing on these due to the size of the pellets. i wish they were a bit smaller
Hi Kayla thanks for trying our hay-pellet products and providing a review. Glad to hear your guinea pigs enjoy the Prairie Hay and regarding our pellets, you’re correct, we are larger in size compared to the competition. When forming the pellets, the 100% organic Timothy hay is compressed through a larger size die that creates the bigger pellet. We wanted to provide a unique eating experience vs. our pets inhaling the smaller pellet food. We made posts on our website-social media to portray our actual size pellet and how hamsters, guinea pigs and rabbits may respond. Anyone is welcome to view on FB-Instagram under graznpets. Are your girls younger, mature or any mouth/teeth sensitivity? We will take the smaller pellet size into consideration and in the meantime, one option is to use a spray bottle to mist the pellet and allow it to soften shortly before feeding time. Hopefully this helps and if you have any further questions don’t hesitate to DM me.