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Johnson's Hamster Harvest Feast

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Brand: Johnsons / Type: Small Pet Food - Treats

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      02.09.2010 16:27
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      Colin wasted my money...yet again lol

      My hamster Colin loves honey cereal sticks from Pets At Home. At £1.99 for two long sticks that hang in his cage he was getting through a packet of two of them every 3 days! I decided that he must love them and bought a couple of packets more but at the same time I spotted these Johnson's Harvest Crunch 'rounds' and at 99p hoped he would enjoy these just as much and not being hanging may be easier for him to enjoy as well as being cheaper for me!

      The Packaging:

      The harvest crunch comes in a mainly see-through wrapper. On the front of that wrapper there is a purple coloured label and on there there is a photograph of a hamster and ingredients and contact details for Johnson's are listed.

      The Harvest Treat Feast:

      The harvest crunch block weighs 70g is it very thick, rough in texture with a small hole in the middle that it there so you can suspend it from a cage if you so wish. It is mainly beige in colour with assorted seeds and oats and then a few dog biscuits in a dark red and green are in there too. It has no real smell to it apart from a slight smell of dried yellow sweetcorn kernels and I simply tried to hang this in the cage and when Colin showed no interest in it at all I simply placed it in his cage so that it could try and grab his interest.

      In my opinion this is too tightly formed. It looks really hard for a pet to get anything from it and it is massive. It is meant as complimentary food (treat) to help keep teeth trimmed and healthy as well as providing a great amount of vitamins and minerals to a small pets diet.

      Once again though here was a treat that Colin didn't want to bother with one bit. He uses it as a step as its chunky and helps to give him a leg up in the cage so he can climb higher on the rungs and he loves to poop on it...but for a lazy hamster like mine this appears to be too much like hard work sadly lol. Worth 99p if you can get your pet to eat it cos even the greediest pet couldn't possibly eat this in any more than a couple of months!

      Not for Colin though....'again' and I shall not buy him one in the future again lol!

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