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Does this ball have a size 7 or 8 inches the 5 inch is to small and the 11 inch is way to big ????
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Do you have toys that are able to be autoclaved? (and wheels, houses, etc)
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can rabbits play wh the 4pk ferret toy bell balls?
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would the 6.5 diameter wheel be big enough for two grown sugar gliders?
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could u use that ball for a guinea pig????????
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does the ball cost the same at the store
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Marshall Pet Products Marshall Pet Products Sport Ball Ferret Toys

We've found the perfect ferret toysSoft enough for indoor play, yet tough enough to survive your ferret's rough-housing
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Is there a reason this did not pop up when I search "guinea pig"??

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yes because its for ferrets
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yes. this is because the item is not called " guinea pig". It will pop up if you search dazzle run about ball.
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Are these like bean bags, or what is the filling/weight?

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No, they dont have the bean bag foam balls in them. They are stuffing, like stuffed animals. Or at least that's what they feel like, I havent had anyone tear it open, so couldnt tell you for sure. They have a little ball in the center of them for the bell, and they are pretty light.
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This is a chunk of wood, no filling.
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Are these ok for Gerbils?

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I wouldn't. The gerbils would chew through this within a few mins. If you want them to be able to climb, you could try getting some natural rope from your local hardware store and using twine or wire ties to secure it to the cage. Rope is a heck of a lot harder to chew through :)
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I wouldn't get them. They are stuffed and a Gerbil, rat, hamster, will chew it up in a heart beat. They are good for outside the cage while being watched, like for guinea pigs and ferrets. You can try it.
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