GuineaDad Nourish Series - Orchard Hay for Guinea Pigs (3 Pack)

Regular price $40.95
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-768 in stock

UPDATE (12/10): Out of Stock

Only Available in the U.S. and Canada

GuineaDad specializes and focuses on guinea pig's health. GuineaDad Nourish Series provides the fresh and high fiber orchard hay that is best for your beloved guinea pigs.

Healthy & Safe - Unfiltered Orchard Hay can come with very fine dust, yellowed hay, tree branches, bird feathers, and even rocks. Our hay goes through a dust filter to filter out small debris. Our team then hand picks out anything that shouldn’t belong in your guinea pig’s home to ensure that every guinea pig can eat safely with the best quality hay. Each box is hand packed with love.

Convenient Packaging - GuineaDad Nourish Series comes in a patent pending and creatively designed packaging that you can hang on the cage wall as a hay rack. The perforated holes give your piggies access to hay while keeping it secured in place. No more dust and pieces of hay flying everywhere.

Encourage Exercise and Fun - We love guinea pigs for their sexy curves, but our duty as GuineaParents is to keep them healthy so they can live their lives to the fullest. GuineaDad's packaging encourages guinea pigs to move around and stand up while they're eating, providing a healthy lifestyle.

Grown in USA

 

What's Included:

3 Boxes of Nourish Series Orchard Hay

1 Binder Clip

 

Product Dimension:

Dimension: 13in x 10.5in x 5in

Net Weight: 9 lb (3 lb x 3)

 

NOTE: Our Orchard Hay can't be shipped to P.O boxes and it is not available in Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and Alaska. 

Timothy Hay and Orchard Hay is an excellent choice for guinea pigs. They require an unlimited amount of either hay as a staple of their diet.

Timothy Hay is easier to get and provides the optimal balance of nutrition ranging from fiber, protein, and calcium for guinea pigs. The high fiber content found in timothy hay helps maintain normal digestive health. 

Orchard Hay is an excellent alternative for guinea parents who have allergy to timothy hay. Orchard hay tends to be softer, sweeter, and also has an aromatic fragrance which will entice even the pickiest of eaters. The nutritional value of orchard hay doesn't fall much behind of timothy hay, boasting high fiber content, and having a slightly lower protein content.

If you'd like to learn more about different types of hay for guinea pigs you can read more about it here!

1 Guinea pig | 10 to 14 days

2 Guinea pigs | 6 to 9 days

3 Guinea pigs | 3 to 5 days

NOTE: The guinea pig’ hay consumption may vary depending on gender, size, age, health of guinea pig(s) and other factors.

GuineaDad Nourish Series Hay is only available in Contiguous United States and Canada.

U.S. shipping takes 2-5 business days.

FREE Domestic shipping. Free shipping on Canada orders over $100 ($15 flat shipping fee for order amount of less than $100).

NOTE: Our Nourish Series - Timothy Hay and Orchard Hay can't be shipped to P.O boxes and it is not available in Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and Alaska. 

If your furry friend does not like the product, we are happy to issue you a store credit when reported within 14 days of receipt. However, please note customized or personalized product orders (i.e. personalized Queen's Castle) do not apply and are not refundable.

Please provide a video, showing their dissatisfaction with the product along with the description clearly illustrating the issue. For better assistance, please call us at (888-432-3007)

We reserve the right to limit refunds and replacements.

Credit Card, Debit Card, and Paypal are accepted methods of payment

A Guinea Pig Eating GuineaDad Hay Box

Why GuineaDad Hay?

A Guinea Pig Tofu Eating GuineaDad Hay Box on a GuineaDad Liner
GuineaDad Hay Filtration Infographic

State-of-Art Microfiltration

Convenient Packaging for You!

GuineaDad Hay Bar
A Conveniently Fixed GuineaDad Hay Box with a Binder Clip
A Guinea Pig on Grass

Safer for the Environment!

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