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For small animals like the guinea pig, where do you put the bedding, under the hay or over the hay?
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If I have two hamsters in the same cage, will I need two separate liter containers?

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All natural aspen wood shavingsNaturally absorbent small animal pet substrate that helps to control odorScent-free, with no aromatic oils for healthier pets and easier careDust-free to protect delicate small animal respiratory systemsBiodegradable animal bedding that can be recycled and used as compost
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can robo hamsters eat this bedding.is it ok for them to eat it.

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Most hamsters will pouch their bedding and move it so that they can make a little nest. I wouldn't worry about them eating it.
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Personally i know that its not good for any small animal to eat his/her bedding. It could lead to health problems. But i dont think that the robo would particually eat that kind of bedding
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im thinking of litter box training my bunny, can i use this as a litter in the box?

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Definitely yes! It is all we use as bedding and in the litter box when our bunny is out and about.
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Planet petco has a papper pellet litter they make. You should probably look there.
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I have a hedgehog which bedding its better aspen wood or softwood

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Aspen wood is probably better, because it's free of aromatic oils (phenols), which can irritate the respiratory system. The softwood bedding has some phenols, but not as bad as cedar. DO NOT use cedar bedding.
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Is this stuff okay to use for ferrets?

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Why doesn't Planet Petco make the bedding thicker soft chips?

The current bags of aspen bedding and softwood bedding i purchase are more like a fine sawdust and it seems to get up my guinea pigs noises. I recommend that you make the chips of bedding larger and softer like long shreds not a sawdust like. i would buy more of the softwood and aspen if planet petco did this.
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Was told to use aspen bedding but to use the chips aspen Is this what they were talking about?
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