I was thinking about giving my timid girl some apricot jam to bring her Out of her shell but Is it safe?
Plain vanilla yogurt is Ok, but rats really shouldn't have much dairy. If you can find soy yogurt (I buy my babies the Dayia brand) your rats will love that. Just a note though that you can't mix medications with yogurt, or any dairyGreat! I have honey straight from the bees it hasn't been processed or anything so is that okay? Also what type of yogurt?
Raw honey certainly has benefits over processed honey, but I've never read anything that said processed honey was in any way harmful (I suppose aside from the general high sugar content of either). If anybody has seen differently, please post.Im sorry, but I can't. I forgot where I read it or why,but several sources said raw honey.
Never heard that rats should not be fed processed honey either and I also cant find any sources saying processed honey is dangerous. Im thinking those 'sources' Rattielover965 is referring to might simply be suggesting raw honey over processed, not stating that its dangerous and only raw should be fed.Raw honey certainly has benefits over processed honey, but I've never read anything that said processed honey was in any way harmful (I suppose aside from the general high sugar content of either). If anybody has seen differently, please post.
Google has tons of resources in regards to the nutritional benefits of raw honey etc, if you cant believe some of the chats on forums/keep seeing contradicting statements, it might be much easier and faster if you do your own quick research and decide for yourself.I saw somewhere someone posted that raw honey was bad for rats and processed honey was better and now I don't know what to do please tell me which one is better.