|Pet Type||Small Animals|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 18 x 18 cm; 200 Grams|
|Item model number||19329|
|Breed Recommendation||All Breed Sizes|
|Pet Life Stage||All ages|
|Number of Items||1|
|Specific Uses||Pet Care|
|EU Energy Efficiency Label||A|
|Item Weight||200 g|
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- high quality, shatter-resistant plastic
- clear, purple-tinted plastic, with subtle glitter-effect
- made in Britain
- 18cm dia
- Item display weight: 0.00022 kilograms. Age range description: All ages. Included components: Single Item.
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Rosewood Boredom Breaker
Activity Tents and Tunnels
Pop-up tents and tunnels are unique as pet owners can join two or more tunnels together and join a tunnel to a tent with their integral Velcro tabs. Both products are ideal for indoor or out and provide pets with shelter from rain or sun. The tents, which come with a removable mattress and run ties, are sized 31cm square for the medium and 36cm for the large, while both tunnels are 90cm long. The polyester fabric is wipe clean and comes in two popular colours.
For hamsters we have a 28cm long crinkle tunnel, which is also ideal for rats.
Two great toys for acrobatic rats and ferrets: our unique Cargo Net can be used in a number of ways including joining two or more together. Add the Rope Bridge, with easy fit connectors, for customers to create the ultimate assault course. Both supplied in two great colour combinations.
Nibble Stix & Woodies
Fun and colourful range of nibble stix and woodies. These toys are safe and great to gnaw on, helping to reduce boredom and wear growing teeth. Ideal for brightening any pet’s home and are designed for pets of all sizes.
Corn, Loofa, Seagrass & Sisal Toys
Natural loofa, corn leaf and sisal toys. Fun for all small animals including rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters.
Rosewood Pet Products
Rosewood Pet Products have been keeping dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, hamsters, fish – in fact all sorts of pets – happy for over half a century.
Rosewood sources, produces and distributes pet accessories, pet treats and an exciting range of related products for pets and the people who love them. But that’s only part of the story: we also design and develop our own pet care products to get tails wagging, keep kitties sitting pretty and help birds, small furries and fish enjoy happier, healthier lives.
It’s all about giving you the products you need to best care for your pets.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 March 2021
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Have never had experience of these balls before but was strongly aware that younger hamsters need a certain amount of exercise and activity to thrive in their short lives, and vaguely aware that these balls could be one way to facilitate that need.
Erm... so I don't think these hamster balls are healthy. You put the hamster in and off it goes... it's frantic movement makes the ball go round with the hamster in it keeping pace... but all it can do is keep going till it slams into the edges.... walls, doors, furniture. The banging and crashing sounds of these collisions must absolutely tear the poor little mites nerves to pieces.
And the posture the little rodent needs to adopt to keep the motion going? It can't he healthy? The tension in the spine curved inward?
We use the ball occasionally to hold the hamster in securely (it has a lid).... but tend to avoid putting her in it because we noticed she becomes quite stressed and frantic and this surge of stress hormones seems to leave her jittery after an experience with the ball.
There are kinder and more intelligent and sensitive ways to enable a pet rodent to stretch their legs.
I would say it's only suitable for a larger hamster. We put our russian dwarf in it and although he has managed to roll it on occasion he more often than not just does pull ups as it's a bit to big for him to move. Definitely consider a smaller one if you have a dwarf. It just gets used as somewhere to put him while his cage is cleaned out. Will be looking for a smaller one.
In use it does work, though the air holes are the perfect size to trap hamster poo. We still need one of these as somewhere to put the hamster during cleaning but we'll be looking for something alternative for its replacement.