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Old 03-18-2017, 02:06 AM   #11
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Default Re: peek-a-boo!

Saw your other post about the wheel grinding Standing it on a piece of wood sounds like a good idea. You could even attach the base to the piece of wood with little u nails. If you were looking for another wheel, as mentioned, the Karlie wood wheels are quite stable (but also work better on the floor of the cage - you can fit about an inch of substrate under it and then slope the substrate away uphill so it's deeper elsewhere).

Zooplus don't seem to sell it any more, but they do sell the cork lined one Which is nice for their feet, but you would need to plastikote the wheel and the cork in case she pees in it, so it doesn't get stinky. Our hammy very rarely pee'd in his wheel, but some do. It might be an option if she doesn't tend to pee in her wheel.

They are also silent wheels It's a good price - the cork wheels are quite expensive on Amazon. Although there would probably be postage costs on top.

Trixie Wooden Exercise Wheel | Free P&P on orders £29+ at zooplus!
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Old 03-18-2017, 02:08 AM   #12
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And if she is a wheel chewer permanently, wood might be better to chew than plastic! It could be she is just chewing the Trixie wheel because she doesn't like the holes (or because she got a taste for plastic in her old cage lol).
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