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I read on another site that Greenies dental chews for dog are a good treat for rats.. just wondering if any one here has tried them with their rats
 

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we have a dog so my b/f buys them :)
so I tested it out and they went ape over them. I swear Greenies are crack for animals :0)
 

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rofl, im with ya on that Jennie


though yogurt drops seem to suite them okay :)
 

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i will have to try that i have 4 dogs and one dog is a newfoundland he will be a yr old march 3rd . so i buy a lot at a time never thought the rats would like them i have got the cats some but they didnt like them.
 

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he is black but he has a little white on his chest. he has cost me some big time money thou he has hip displaysa (cant spell sorry) but all in all he runs plays and you would never know he has any problems. i take him to my grandmas nursing home they all love him there. i get a kick out of him when i put a rat on the floor he wants to check it out but when the rat moves he backs away like he is not sure of the rat. i have a house full of animals and i have to say all 4 of my dogs are good with every animal i have. i have a sever macaw that chases the cats and dogs and my amizon will feed my dogs his seed right from her beak.
http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o201/camel24j/simbainthesnow2007.jpg
this is a pic of him
 

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Cat food is WAY too high in protein to be fed to rats at all, unless they're pregnant or nursing a litter.

Greenies are fantastic for rats, and rats adore them :)
 

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Greenies should be given in very very small amounts. I usually treat mine with one every two months or so. They are 52% protein.... way too high for rats to have on a regular basis.
 
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