Vitamins and mineral stones

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Mineral rock salt 100% Himalayan salt

19,95 DKK
Mineral rock salt 100% Himalayan salt Weight: 60 gr.

Vitamin granules for rabbits and rodents

29,95 DKK – 44,95 DKK
Vitamin granules for rabbits and rodents, which strengthens their natural immune system. Helps prevent deficiency symptoms With a high content of proteins and vitamins. 1.5 tsp. full for animals under...

Vita® Mineral - mineral stone for rodents

29,95 DKK24,95 DKK
Vita Mineral Rodent stone w/ lime and seaweed. Mineral feed for all rodents. 100% natural product.

C-Vitamin powder for rodents

59,95 DKK – 99,95 DKK
C-Vitamin powder for rodents. Guinea pigs cannot form Vitamin C themselves. This must therefore be supplied via feed. The recommended dose is 10-16 mg per kilogram of body weight. During...
50 g, 100 g

Grinding stone for rabbits & rodents made of clay with carrots

34,95 DKK
Clay bricks with carrots, Clay stone with flowers with natural clay supports tooth wear hanging or lying down 100 g

Grinding stone for rabbits & rodents made of clay with flowers

34,95 DKK
Clay bricks with flowers, Clay stone with flowers with natural clay supports tooth wear hanging or lying down 100 g

Whetstone for rabbits & rodents made of clay with parsley

34,95 DKK
Bricks of clay with parsley, Clay stone with flowers with natural clay supports tooth wear hanging or lying down 100 g

Vitamin Parsley pills for guinea pigs, rabbits and rodents

39,95 DKK
Vita Fit C Forte is an important source of vitamin C for supporting the immune system. The feed pellets of healthy parsley are ideal for all rodents with an increased...

At Us with pets you will find a large selection of vitamins and mineral stones for rodents. Regardless of whether you have a rabbit, a hamster or a guinea pig, you should have a mineral stone in the cage, as it is your rodent's best option to maintain its teeth and prevent them from growing too long.

On this page you will find, among other things, mineral stones with vitamins, mineral stones with holders and limestone in various sizes and designs. Choose the mineral stone that best suits your pet.

Why should my rodent have mineral stones?

Overall, there are two reasons why your rodent should have a mineral stone; partly it is filled with precisely important minerals and vitamins that your rodent needs, and partly it is your rodent's best opportunity to grind and maintain its teeth.

Especially the latter is important, as it can rarely be obtained via regular diet when it comes to a rodent in a cage. Rabbits and other rodents' teeth grow - unlike humans - throughout their lives. They need to be sharpened to be kept down to a healthy length. If the teeth are not sharpened, they will grow and round backwards until they eventually hit the palate. The animal will stop eating, as it is extremely painful, and if it is not detected in time, the rodent will die of starvation.

The teeth can in principle be clipped; like nails. Some vets practice it on larger rodents such as rabbits, but it is almost impossible for a vet to get into the mouths of smaller rodents such as hamsters and rats, which is why tooth clipping is rarely recommended. You should therefore always have mineral or limestone in the cage so that your pet can take care of maintaining the teeth.

Which mineral stone should I choose for my rodent?

Which mineral stone you should choose depends on your rodent. There are mineral stones for rabbits, mineral stones for hamsters, mineral stones for guinea pigs – and mineral stones for all other rodents. You can also choose limestone. The most important thing is that your rodent is offered a mineral stone in one variety or another so that it can grind its teeth, but you should of course choose a stone with the right mineral and vitamin content for your rodent in particular. There is a difference between the types and amount recommended for rabbits and what is recommended for smaller rodents such as rats and hamsters.

You should always hang the mineral stone at head height so that it is accessible to your pet. It must be easy to get to, and there must be no risk of it getting lost in the bedding - or perhaps even being thrown into the bin when the bedding is changed. If you have several rodents in the same cage, you should have the same number of mineral stones.