Pet Grass is the nutrient-rich sprout of cereal grass (wheat, oat, rye and barley grasses) that will live and grow for about two to three weeks with proper care. Pet Grass cannot be re-potted or transplanted and should be replaced on a regular basis.
Watering: Pet Grass should typically be watered twice per week. The best way to water your Pet Grass is to set the container in a shallow bowl with about 1″ of water. Allow the Pet Grass to soak up the water it needs for about one hour, then pour off any remaining water and allow the container to drain.
Light and Ventilation: Place your Pet Grass in a bright, well-ventilated location. A window sill that gets indirect sunlight is perfect. Keep in mind, however, that the more light and warmth your Pet Grass receives, the faster it will grow, so you don’t want to overdo it if you want your Pet Grass to last awhile. The best way to extend the life of your Pet Grass is to refrigerate the container overnight or when not in use.
Feeding: Feed to your pet as a healthy reward or snack. Pet grass can be fed to cats, dogs, birds, reptiles, and small animals like rabbits, hamsters and guinea pigs. Keep in mind that it is intended as a healthy treat or snack – and please consult your veterinarian for more information about the proper serving size for your pet(s).