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- Feb 10, 2020
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My idea to open the critter confectionery was born mainly out of a personal need. Driving home from regular trips to the pet shop, I'd find myself thinking that buying "better" treats without unwanted added extras like added colours, preservatives and flavours ended up costing more money for seemingly less product. There's certainly not enough to feed four rodents more than once.
- University student and small business owner
Now, while leafy greens and other veggies (kale is the uniting factor for my rodents) go down well, I consider them an important part of the regular diet opposed to treats. I wanted something "naughtier" I could give them every now and then, even critters deserve a cheat day!
So I came up with the pick 'n' mix, a selection of healthier (but still "naughtier") treats, chosen by you for the pet you love!
And if your furry (or fur--less) friend doesn't like something you've picked? You can pick something different next time!
Have a critter who's prone to diabetes? There's a huge selection available which contain naturally low sugar, and none of the ingredients have added sugar!
Feel free to check out my shop on etsy, and thank you for your time