Provides meaningful occupation by making your pet work for its millet
Rodipet®Millet Trio is anatural and tasty addition to your pet’s dietand a fun snack. Just like in the wild, your rodent has towork for his or her food. Foxtail millet and sorghum don’t have to be fed as a whole panicle, either – to prevent overfeeding you can simply break off a couple of inflorescences for your pet to enjoy.
Put two or three of the little clusters into your pet’s enclosure at a time. Your pet will eat them bit by bit. Once your pet has finished picking all the individual grains off the panicle section you can replace it with a new bit. However, we recommend waiting a few days after a section has been finished off to keep the millet pieces a special treat. By the way, the Millet Trio comes in astorage tubto keep it fresh and fragrant for quite a while.
The power of millets
Did you know that millet is richer in minerals than any other type of cereal? This makes it a perfect snack for four-legged endurance athletes between their running sessions. Besidesmagnesium and potassium, millet also containssilica, iron and fluoride.
It is not without reason that millets are among mankind’s oldest food staples. The silica contained in millets are essential for healthy bones and joints, helping your rodent to keep active and mobile into old age.
Do you enjoy nibbling something off a kebab stick? Sprays of millets are the equivalent of kebab for pet rodents: arewarding taskfor a busy rodent and a natural snack at the same time.
Turning food into an adventure:
Break a few pieces off the panicles and scatter them inside your pet’s enclosure – searching for their food is far more exciting for your pet than having everything served in one spot.
If you watch as your pet searches for food, you will see the joy and excitement each find causes.
Red foxtail millet, yellow foxtail millet, sorghum panicle
Rodipet® recommends this product for
All rodents whose natural diets contain seeds and cereals, e. g. degus, Syrian hamsters, dwarf hamsters, fancy mice, steppe lemmings, gerbils and many others.