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    1. All-natural bacon-flavored chew treats for ferrets to keep their teeth clean and free of tartar buildup.

    The ferret chew treats in their packaging
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    Promising review: "The selling point to these bags is the size. I have a golden retriever who well... leaves mammoth-sized gifts and I live in an apartment and I am a responsible dog owner so I purchase these. Actually just purchased my second box yesterday. I love these bags. I went through several varieties before I discovered these and they are well worth the cost." —xayekim

    Get it on Amazon for $1.98 (or Subscribe & Save for $1.88/month).

    2. A miniature hay bale that is high in fiber and low in protein for rabbits who want a tasty meal that's just as fun to roll around in as it is to eat.

    A rabbit nibbling at the hay bale
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    Promising review: "My rabbits totally approve this product! The one pictured (Moonpie) even binkied after eating a big helping for the first time. It definitely comes compacted and fluffs right up for eating. Great price, great product, appears fresh and smells great!" —It's an ascot

    Get it from Amazon for $19.18+ (or Subscribe & Save for $19.18+; available in four sizes).

    3. A bag of baked carrot biscuits so small animals who like to chew will have something nutritious to chow down on that'll also support their dental health.

    A chinchilla nibbling on a carrot biscuit
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    Promising review: "I bought these expecting that my girl wouldn't try them. Her favorite treats were out of stock so I went with these. She's very very picky and hates trying new things, but she immediately went for these! I just had to hold it out and she snatched it right out of my hand. She absolutely loves these! I think she has another favorite. My other rabbit and guinea pigs also love these!" —Mariah

    Get it on Amazon for $2.15 (or Subscribe & Save for $2.15).

    4. A package of incredibly soft pet bedding available in a multitude of colors and made from raw, all-natural paper fibers so your pet's cage can stay drier and cleaner longer.

    A hamster in its cage with blue bedding
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    Promising review: "We have a hamster named Nebula and she has a space themed cage so this blue bedding completes the look. She loves the bedding and has fun making hills with it." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $6.49 (or Subscribe & Save for $6.17/month; available in seven sizes).

    5. A pack of Cheesie Chews made with cheese-flavoring and real carrots because your rabbit, chinchilla, hamster, or guinea pig deserves healthy, trim teeth and the occasional charcuterie board.

    A hamster enjoying a mouth full of cheesie chew in its cage
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "I don't know what it is about these but my hamster LOVES them. She takes and hides it away in a corner at a speed like no other and destroys it over the next few days. Will be ordering many more!" —Lily

    Get it from Amazon for $3.43 (or Subscribe & Save for $3.26/month).

    6. A package of sweet bamboo chew sticks for the squirrel, rabbit, chinchilla, or hamster who gets bored easily and needs a fun snack to help keep their teeth at a healthy length.

    A white rat chewing on a bamboo stick given to it by its owner
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "These little bamboo sticks are awesome! I have three bunnies (2 mini lops and a Netherland dwarf) and they are all so different that it is hard to find a treat they will agree on. Enter these sweet bamboo sticks. They are all so excited when they hear the bag and they run around to find the perfect spot to enjoy their stick alone. If one of them finishes first, that bun will chase the other ones for the scraps. Aside from their stamp of approval, I love this sticks because they are much healthier than the treats you can buy at a chain store. Plus, chewing sticks like this helps keep the buns' chompers trim. I have already ordered these twice and will be ordering them again." —RaeMae

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99 (or Subscribe & Save for $8.99/month; available in two sizes).

    7. A package of delectable Yogies treats made with real yogurt to give your beloved hamster, gerbil, or rat a little extra something something.

    A hamster eating the Yogies treats in his cage
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "Every time I walk into their room, they run to the top of their cage. I give them a treat that they grab from me and it makes them so happy. I highly recommend. They go crazy for these!!" —Nicole

    Get it from Amazon for $1.40 (or Subscribe & Save for $1.33/month; available in two flavors).

    8. An all-natural teeth grinding stick made with grass meal so your tiny furry friend can get some extra fiber in their diet and help their overall digestion.

    A black bunny chewing on one hay stick
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "My rabbits are obsessed, I mean OBSESSED with these sticks. I have to give once a day instead of all at once because they had eaten the whole jar at one point! Whenever they see me with one in my hand, they get super excited and run to me. I've bought these around five times now!" —Mariah

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99 (or Subscribe & Save for $8.99/month).

    9. A pack of 100 ultra absorbent litter box pads for rabbits that turns liquids into gel and prevents leaks before they ever think of touching your precious floor.

    The potty pads stacked and stretched out on a rabbit litter box to show their size
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    Promising review: "Nice pads for the money. Sceptic at first when I saw how small the box was but realized they are folded. Will be a repeat purchaser for sure! Now if I could just get these rabbits to pee on them." —Pro

    Get it from Amazon for $23.99 (or Subscribe & Save for $23.99/month).

    10. A four-pound bag of everything hamsters and gerbils love to eat; packed with seeds, nuts, vegetables, and bite-sized fruits, your furry friend will want to savor this gourmet meal by candlelight.

    Two hamsters being fed the hamster food from their cage
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "New hamster loves this food. Well, he saves the brown log things for last, but I think that's because all the other stuff tastes better (I would too). There's corn, split peas, a variety of different seeds, fruit-loop looking things, it goes on and on. Great variety and I'm happy to feed it to my daughter's new hamster." —C. White

    Get it from Amazon for $5.47 (or Subscribe & Save for $5.47/month).

    11. A package of blueberry yogurt-dipped hamster and gerbil treats fortified with nutrients so you and your pet can have *essentially* matching breakfasts.

    A rat inside of a bowl chewing on the blueberry treats
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "Our little guy (Syrian hamster) loved these so much! He would gobble on up and store the rest in his cheeks. He seldom stored them away like he does with his not so favorite treats." —L.S.

    Get it from Amazon for $4.16 (or Subscribe & Save for $3.95/month).

    12. A cannister of bathing sand because your hamster or chinchilla deserves a little R&R with a fun bath that'll help keep their coats free of oil.

    A white and gray hamster taking a bath in the sand
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "I always buy this sand for my hamsters to bath in because all of the pet stores around me only sell dust which is bad for them since the dust can cause breathing problems. My 4 little hamsters always enjoy getting fresh new sand, jumping right into it and doing barrel rolls." —Whitney

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99 (or Subscribe & Save for $8.54/month).

    13. A package of small animal treats made with strawberry and banana yogurt, then rolled in nuts and seeds so you can basically give your furry friend the animal equivalent of an ice cream sundae.

    A brown and white hamster nibbling on the side of the disc-shaped treat
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "My Syrian hamster, Bean, really enjoys this! I kind of limit when Bean can eat it, since it is a treat. I recommend." —Denise Acosta

    Get it from Amazon for $2.80 (or Subscribe & Save for $2.66/month).

    14. A large bag of chinchilla food filled with crunchy bits, prebiotics, and probiotics, to support dental and digestive health in your little floof.

    The 25-pound bag of food in its packaging
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "What a great price! This is about $1 a pound when buying the 25 lb bag vs $3+ a pound when buying the smaller bags. I wish I would have found this earlier. Very nice quality of food. Highly recommend." —shain

    Get it from Amazon for $34.86 (or Subscribe & Save for $34.86/month).

    15. A bag of fiber and nutrient-rich rabbit food fortified with vitamins and minerals that'll keep your special bun happy and healthy.

    Rabbit trying to get into a bag of the food
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "Not full of junk, and our rabbits think they're getting treats! After a long day of lounging about on the living room rug or exploring the kitchen for stray snacks, a couple of tablespoons of these take the edge off the inevitable return to the cage before the humans go to bed. We also will put these inside of boxes, plain brown paper lunch bags, or glue-free paper towel or toilet paper tubes, fold over the edges, and give them to the rabbits as toys. There's nothing like seeing a rabbit run around the living room carrying a lunch bag!" —Chronic Pedestrian

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99 (or Subscribe & Save for $13.29/month; available in three sizes).

    16. A package of cage liners made with the odor-controlling powers of Arm & Hammer so cleanup is a breeze and you never have to tolerate a funky smell again.

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    Promising review: "These are very good at absorbing all the pee from our rabbit and do a very good job at keeping the odor down. The pads are nice and big, covering almost the entire bottom of the cage. When it's cleaning time, everything just slides right out because the pad keeps anything from sticking to the bottom of the cage. A little spray with cage cleaner and a wipe down with a paper towel and the cage is ready to refill and put the bunny back in.

    I'd say the biggest difference between these and any other brand of cage liner is the odor control. Nothing else I've used even comes close to being as good." —Jack H.

    Get it from Amazon for $13.94 (or Subscribe & Save for $13.24/month).

    17. A package of guinea pig food with hay to support digestive health, vitamin C, prebiotics, and probiotics because your GP deserves a delicious meal that'll keep them nice and strong.

    A black and white guinea pig eating the food out of a small bowl in its cage
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "My guinea pig really likes this food. It's packed with long lasting vitamin C so that's good. It's also timothy hay based which is better for your GP than alfalfa based. No corn ingredients, no mixed seeds and junk that is bad for your GP. The only problem is that my GP doesn't seem to care for the hay strands in the bag. He just likes the pellets." —Amanda

    Get it from Amazon for $6.97 (or Subscribe & Save for $6.62/month; available in four flavors).

    18. A bag of starch-free food for ferrets that includes protein, probiotics, prebioitics, enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals to keep your fur baby's tummy happy.

    A ferret eating the food inside of its cage
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "I’ve been feeding my ferrets for three years with this easy digestive formula (the regular formula did gave them terrible diarrhea) My ferrets are more energetic and healthy." —RandB

    Get it from Amazon for $24.79 (or Subscribe & Save for $24.79/month).

    19. A gentle ferret shampoo with aloe vera and jojoba oil so your pet's coat stays shiny, while enzymes work to fight any odors.

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    Promising review: "This stuff is great. Baby ferret is happy! Huge bottle of soap if you have one ferret and only wash it twice a year." —Sativa Verte

    Get it from Amazon for $5.39 (or Subscribe & Save for $5.39/month).

    20. And a bottle of cage cleaning spray for deodorizing and sanitizing your pet's home without irritating your pet's respiratory system.

    The bottle of cleaning spray
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "I was skeptical of the claims of this product and the reviews I had read since it seems like a pretty mild cleaner, but I used this on my two male mice's cages, tunnels and hideouts and I'm blown away. I previously didn't think anything short of running the blazing waters of the underworld with mild soap over their stuff for several minutes would get the stank out of their stuff, but this stuff works... It doesn't take a crazy amount nor does it take several attempts to get things nice and neutralized either. My only regret is honestly not purchasing this sooner." —Mu

    Get it from Amazon for $5.56 (or Subscribe & Save for $5.56/month).

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