Chewy Tubes

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These Chewy Tubes from Norfolk Industries for Disabled People, are chewable cardboard tubes suitable for all small animals. Extremely robust, with a reasonable lifespan these tubes are perfect as a nesting place or boredom breaker in a small animal’s cage.

The cardboard tubes are sourced from the food industry so are safe for ingestion with no harmful chemicals or toxins if chewed by your pet.

Suitable for: small animals including ferrets, degus, chinchillas, guinea pigs, rabbits, mice, rats, gerbils etc.

Key Features:

  • Chewable cardboard
  • No harmful chemicals or toxins – fully ingestible
  • Provides nesting place or boredom breaker
  • Comes with choice of bedding material inside

Available with the following fillings:

  • White Cotton Bedding
  • Recycled Paper Bedding
  • Paper Flaked Bedding

Dimensions: H12.5 with diameter 8.8cm

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Happy gnawing! BunnyBonkers! on 5 March 2022

I've purchased both the paper flaked and the recycled paper filling tubes for my two bunnies. They both enjoy pulling out the filling. As the tubes are really hard, it takes them about 4wks to gnaw the tube into a disposable state. Good value.

Great product! Michelle Blower on 2 March 2022

Very good quality, lasts ages and makes a great nest for my Gerbils.

Great product TurnerT on 7 August 2019

My first purchase and will , definitely, be purchasing more. Our Syrian hamster loves them. Bigger than the usual chew tubes , more room inside to snuggle and burrow.

Smaller than I expected kaymillson on 27 July 2019

Didn't really read the dimensions so I expected the piggies to be able to run though this once they had pulled out the filling - but this isn't the case. As my piggies aren't the cleverest, think I'll give to the mice instead!