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Author Topic: Do you feed a dry mix?  (Read 1532 times)
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Date Registerd: October 04, 2007, 11:50:49 PM
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« on: April 24, 2011, 05:49:09 AM »

Ok ever since i can remember i have always had a dry mix in my gangs cage at all times, However once i found the many resourceful forums and websites that as we all know have
different opinions and advice i become lost in what was the Do's and Dont's of feeding so I'm curious to see what my fellow members offer as munchies.

My Current Dry Mix.

Just Right - Various Flavours
Cereal Toppings ( Dried Fruits)
Banana Chips

Vegetable Pasta
Teething Sticks - Plain
Lab Blocks

Then depending what i have for dinner the rats will get either:
(this is all rotated over a few days so they have variety but also don't get TOO much
of the good stuff razzing)

Boiled egg mashed
Steamed vegetables - Broccoli,Cauliflower,Carrot mainly then whatever frozen mixes are on special  ( Its cheaper for me to buy frozen cause it also feeds my Eclectus who despises fresh food xD)
Whiskers Cat/Kitten milk - warmed (smells like condensed milk AWESOME xDD)
Baby cereal
Baby fruit puree pouches
Pasta - mixed in with veggies and or egg

Your turn! smiley


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