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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-21-2005, 02:23 PM Thread Starter
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Pet's Preference

I love this product!! It's on the same lines as Carefresh, but a lot cheaper than what I've seen Carefresh go for!

It's made by Stutzman Environmental. Here's the link for it if anyone is interested in finding out more about it:
http://www.stutzman-environmental.com/

It's very absorbant and when it is urinated on, it locks the odor in. My chinnies give it two paws up!

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You know, my pet store actually carries Good Mews and I was considering trying it as litter, but I've had bad experiences with paper-product litter. I tried Carefresh and it was awful. It went paper-mache on the pan and did nothing for the urine smell. My PD's cage has never smelled except for the slight muskiness during rut ... but it did with Carefresh. It did not even absorb that well

Also, it was a lot heavier than the wood chips I use. Both before it was ... well, used ... and after. The heaviness is my main concern because with a large pan all that weight adds up ... quickly.

You have chins who probably have a similar-sized litter pan to my PD ... did you have any of these problems with Pet's Preference? Of course, Carefresh isn't really pellets but kind of soft and I think that might have been the problem. Awaiting your reply because I'm always looking for something that's better for my baby


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I've never actually ever had problems with the smell of Pet's Preference. It's actually very light when I change out the pan. The only problem is on some cages I have really large pans, and that's what makes it akward to take out. Other than that, my husband and I love Pet's Preference. It absorbs the odor right away, and you can tell where they urinate on it, too.

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Maybe I'll give it a try. Yeah my pd has a large pan in his cage so it was awkward and heavy but that was with the Carefresh. We shall see Thanks for the info


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Sorry, meant awkward, not akward.

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Hehe that's alright, I know what you meant


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There seem to be a lot of bedding posts around...
I was in petco, and saw Hemp bedding. It was kind of expensive. has anyone used it? I didn't really read the package, but hemp has oils in it. I don't think they would be necessarily harmful, but I think that some animals would be allergic. I'm sure it's somewhat odor free and I'm sure that it has a pleasant smell.

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I wouldn't trust that. I mean, what if the animals eat it or something?
You'll have tripping animals and besides that, hemp isn't too comfortable, and it'd probably irrtate their noses.
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