Wagg Hamster, Gerbil & Guinea Pig Munch Reviews
Product Type: Wagg Foods small pet food
Description:Brand: Wagg Foods / Food Type: Rodent / Small Pet Food
Newest Review: ... I'm sorry that I cannot identify which ingredient these particular little brown pellets once were, but whatever they were, ... more
Customer Wagg Hamster, Gerbil & Guinea Pig Munch Reviews (4)
by - written on 19/01/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
OK, so it seems a bit weird writing a review of something I've never tasted! And I'm not about to, not even for the sake of a 'Very Useful' rating. So I'm just going to have to try to get into the rodentish mind of my hamster, Gimli. First off, the stats: this is a 1kg bag. The price for this varies, but it's usually between £1 and £2, so pretty good value, considering it lasts Gimli a few months (the packet estimates 80 days). It's suitable for gerbils and mice, as well as hamsters. The bag claims that it will improve your pet's digestion, immune system, teeth and bones. I really don't know if these claims are true, but Gimli's still alive and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/07 (Very useful, 80 readings)
^^^ Wagg - Guinea Pig Crunch ^^^ MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF NUT 2kg bag - Tasty Food for Guinea Pigs!! ^^ Contents ^^ On opening the packet I could clearly see lots of bright green flakes (cabbage) also on closer examination I found: * Green cabbage which was crinkled on each side and half inch in diameter. * Light brown sausage shaped nuggets also about half an inch long. * Medium brown coloured pyramid shaped nuggets. * Yellow corregated sweetcorn. * Brown clover shaped biscuit. * Small seeds. * Grains. * Dark brown nuggets. * What look like green peas. ^^ ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/11 (Useful, 8 readings)
My hamster, Supernoodle, has been eating Wagg food for as long as I've had her. Although she does eat it fine and seems to enjoy rooting through it when a fresh bowl is placed in her cage I have noticed that there are certain bits that are always left untouched. I'm sorry that I cannot identify which ingredient these particular little brown pellets once were, but whatever they were, Noodle doesn't like them. Although it is true that much of the food is unrecogniseable as the seeds or wheats they once were, I can still pick out peanuts and sunflower seeds as looking almost untouched. The bag recommends supplementing a small pet's diet with some fresh veg or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/09 (Useful, 5 readings)
I recently bought Wagg guinea pig Munch for my guineas as it was on sale for £1.57 for a massive 2kg bag at my local pet store. With the bright orange and blue packaging it was easy to spot and the piggies on the front looked happy so I thought I'd give it a go. The Munch contains a healthy combination of nutritious ingredients with added Vitamin C to help keep your guinea pig happy and healthy. My guineas love the food, I give it to them every day as they have a constant supply of hay and I take them in the garden every couple of days to munch on the dandelions and grass. The Munch contains no artificial colurs or flavours all the ingredients are wholesome with yeasts .. Read the complete review
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