Rosewood Cupid and Comet Loofah and Wood Tree Review

Today we are reviewing the Rosewood Cupid and Comet Loofah and Wood Tree.

Rosewood Cupid and Comet Loofah and Wood Tree Review

What is the Rosewood Cupid and Comet Loofah and Wood Tree?:

  • A small tree shaped chew.
  • Made from wood and loofah.
  • 100% natural.
  • Coloured with or safe dyes.

Rosewood Cupid and Comet Loofah and Wood Tree Review

What can my Guinea Pig do with a Rosewood Cupid and Comet Loofah and Wood Tree?:

  • Chew it.
  • Push it around.
  • Throw it around (this tends to be more of a rabbit thing, but it does happen occasionally with piggies).

Rosewood Cupid and Comet Loofah and Wood Tree Review

Where can I buy a Rosewood Cupid and Comet Loofah and Wood Tree?:

  • All good independent pet stores.
  • Some good garden centres.
  • Rosewood Cupid and Comet Loofah and Wood Tree Review

Review:

  • With its bright colours and cute heart on top I thought this tree was adorable and would make a lovely addition to any festive pet cage.
  • Because Rosewood use pet safe dyes and natural ingredients I know that the tree is safe for the Squidgypigs to chew.
  • Chewing on materials such as safe wood , loofah and wicker helps wear down teeth, which is particularly important in rodents such as Guinea Pigs because their teeth grow without their lives.
  • Rosewood Cupid and Comet Loofah and Wood Tree Review
  • The mix of materials and textures in a product such as the Rosewood Cupid and Comet Wood and Loofah Tree is particularly good since it necessitates several different types of gnawing action.

Conclusion:

  • The Rosewood Cupid and Comet Wood and Loofah Tree succeeds at both looking good and functioning well as a boredom breaking chew toy.

Please note: Rose sent us this tree for review. If you would like to know more about this product or any of their other products please visit their website at: RosewoodPet.com

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