Pet's Pick Corn Cob Bedding, 9 l

Walmart # 563017819

Pet's Pick Corn Cob Bedding, 9 l

Walmart # 563017819
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Take good care of the little critters in your home, and make sure they're comfortable and at ease in their cage, with this Corn Cob Bedding from PetsPick. This 550 cubin inch package is all you need to outfit your pet's cage with the bedding that they want and need to live a healthy and productive life. This premium package of all-natural corn cob bedding is clean and dust-free, made from 100% natural and non-toxic sources, and is biodegradable too. It's made with renewable resources, and is a great litter for rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, mice, and more! Pick up a pack of this handy corn cob bedding today, and always be prepared for your little critters!

About This Item

  • Color: yellow
  • For medium-sized pet
  • Size: 3.5" x 10" x 16"
  • Customer Reviews
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    Good Product for my Cockatiels

    This was very good bedding for my birds and the price was just right, service was fast, would buy from again and again!

    Great for buns

    Great item for my bunnies, 1 bag is about 5 bucks and some change and it’s enough for one large cage cleaning

    Use for litter box substrate.

    This works great with my guinea pigs. I use it in the litter box, and I put a 1-2 inch deep layer of white crumbled paper wads in the bottom of the rest of the cage. They like the paper bedding better, so that's where they hang out most of the time. But they use the corn cob pieces in the litter box most of the time (maybe close to 3/4 of the time) for their potty needs. If you're going to potty-train, then you need different substrates for the litter box and the main cage bedding-- preferably with the main bedding being more comfortable. But, of course --for the first 2-3 weeks-- you still have to manually transfer ALL the droppings and urine-soaked bedding into the litter box every three or four hours, and once first thing every morning, for them to realize that the litter box and the cage bedding have different purposes. If they don't catch on after about 3 weeks, then you're just going to have to get used to replacing the soiled bedding substrate every 4 to 5 days. It's much better to just be diligent with the litter box training for the first 2-3 weeks. That way, you can stop the daily scooping-with-a-spoon routine, and the cage bedding can be changed only once every week and a half or so...

    Bedding for birdcage.

    I buy this bedding for my parakeets cage. I like it much better than having to put newspapers on the bottom and it looks nice to. Lastly, the price is great compared to other sellers. I used to find this cob at the Walmart’s I frequently shopped but they stopped stocking it. So now I just order it online and pick it up, I’m at least happy it’s still available.

    Same stuff but more expensive

    I liked the old brand better, same size but half the price. Oh well.
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