Healthy Pet Ultra Pet Bedding 10 Liters



Pour 1 - 3 inches on the bottom of the cage, aquarium or habitat. For birds, place a layer of Healthy Pet™ on the bottom of the cage or nest box.



Healthy Pet™ Ultra Pet bedding. #1 Odor control formula. Absorbs 3 times its weight. Lasts twice as long as shavings. Hypoallergenic. Rabbit. Guinea pig. Hamster. Rat. Mouse. Gerbil. Ferret. Reptile. Bird. Superior odor control.

Other Description

Better than pine or cedar. Though many people enjoy the smell of pine and cedar, continuous exposure to these smells may not make for an ideal living environment for your pet. In fact, studies indicate that rodents and rabbits experience changes in liver function and blood chemistry when exposed to the aromatic hydrocarbons in these woods. The National Institutes of health discourage the use of pine and cedar shavings as bedding materials in sanctioned drug studies. Healthy Pet™ is recommended by pet clubs, breeders, and veterinarians because it contains no aromatic oils. Superior odor control. Healthy Pet™ is designed to control the formation of ammonia up to twice as long as traditional bedding. You and your pet's environment will smell better and you don't have to change the bedding nearly as often. More absorbent. Healthy Pet™ absorbs 3x its weight in liquids so your pet's living space stays more clean and dry. Dust free. Because it's virtually dust free, it won't irritate you or your pet's respiratory system. Environmentally healthy. Since it's made from virgin wood pulp (not recycled paper), a pet using Healthy Pet™ bedding will not be exposed to the inks, dyes, chemicals, or clay compounds found in most recycled paper products. Light weight, easy to clean. Healthy Pet™ is lightweight and easy to carry. Healthy Pet™ doesn't clump up or mat down when wet, so cleaning has never been easier. Hamsters, gerbils, mice, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, reptiles and similar pets. (800) 242-2287.


Not suitable for grazers such as tortoises. Safe if ingested in small quantities. Impaction and related problems are inherent risks in any substrate. Seek veterinary care if your pet consumes large quantities of bedding.