Rabbit Hole Hay 1st Cutting Timothy Hay

I I am the mother of four children.  Naturally, my children decided they wanted a pet.  I wanted to grant my children demands, however I had to consider that I live in a apartment.  I decided that guinea pigs would great pets for our living quarters. They are small, diverse, lovable and have great personalities.

Caring for guinea pigs isn't expensive or difficult.  They require food, water and a clean cage.  When it comes to the guinea pigs food, their diet consist of hay, pellets, water and a fresh vegetable or fruit on occasion.   There are a variety of hays that guinea pigs can eat but my choice is timothy hay.  Timothy has less protein and is high in fiber.  Smaller pets such as guinea pigs should have a high fiber diet to prevent obesity and which could occur in hay that has a higher protein level and lower fiber balance.

Rabbit Hole Hay is advantageous because it has a very interesting technique for cutting their hay.  I purchased their first cut hay.  The first cut of the season provides a strong balance of roughage and nutrition.  This is valuable for guinea pigs, rabbits and other small pets.  The  large seed heads and stems make it very coarse. This promotes natural chewing patterns which are beneficial for the digestive system.

I would love for you all to meet our guinea pigs.  Please check out the video below and see how much our guinea pigs love this hay.  If would like to offer your guinea pig, rabbit, or small pet rabbit hole hay visit http://store.rabbitholehay.com/collections/frontpage/products/first-cut-timothy-hay .  We would like to offer you  a 20 percent discount on any item in the store,  type RzashidaHay in the promo code section this discount expires on 1/31/16
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  1. I had about 15 guinea pigs when I was a teen. They kept having babies! I love them though, they make such great pets. #ProductReviewParty

    1. Wow 15 is a lot. My daughter wants to breed them. But, I don't want to have too many.