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can i put these in the fridge?

I wanted to know if they could eat them after they where in the fridge or if it is better to leave them out
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Got them delivered one time and they were starting to melt so I put them in the fridge and have been doing so ever since. My rats love these!
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no if you put them in the fridge they will get hard and turn moldy
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Yes you can and they keep cool well. On the back of the package it even says keep in a cool dry place. I would say both work great, witch ever way your hamster prefers.
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They're full of sugar so I don't feed them to my mice, but if you insist on it, you don't need to put them in the fridge. They're dehydrated which means "fridge not needed."
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Don't put them in the fridge they don't taste good that way.
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You can put them in the fridge if you like, they still last if you keep them out but close the container. Perk of leaving them in the fridge is they wont melt in there :)
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You definitely want to keep them on the cool side, but they are meant to be shelf stable. It they get too hot you will end up with a large mass instead of separate treats so I don't recommend mail order during summer! I don't refrigerate mine and they haven't gone bad yet. Takes my 4 rats about 4-6 months to eat an entire package, but I just store them in a covered container. So I guess you have to decide if your house is cool enough and if your pet consumes them fast enough.
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I actually did both. I think it would be fine to put them in the fridge. I am not a guinea pig (of course) but if I was, then I think they would taste a little better if they were cold.
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What are you talking about? You need to say what you are talking about so people can answer you.
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My guess would be that room temperature is best and more natural, but if they chew on them, after being in the fridge, I don't think it matters much. Mine have been out constantly, so the rabbits can grab them whenever they want to, and do!
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How many times should I feed this to my hamster?

How many times should I feed this to my hamster?
(ex: give __ per day)

If they eat too much, do they get wet tail or something like that?
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give your hamster 1 or 2 a day. no this will not cause wetail because they only get wetail when they get wet:p
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First of all, wet tail s what a hamster gets stressed, feeding them too much will make them obese and picky but wouldn't give it wet tail. It depends on what kind of hammy you have on how many a day it can eat. Robo only one. dwarf 1-2, Syrian 1-3.

Hope it helped:)
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Can't speak to the wet tail, but I don't usually feed more than 3-4 to my rats per day. They are a treat and like all treats should be used sparingly. Maybe for hamsters you may want to cut the treat in half to spread out the times you can give it.
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It depends on what kind of hamster! Something like a Robo, I would give ONLY 1 every other day at most, and a dwarf I would say 1 a day at most. Probably less than that. My Syrian usually gets 2-3 drops, but about twice a week. She doesn't eat them all at one time, she's pretty good about that, but not all hamsters are, either.

And no, it wouldn't cause wet tail, as that's an environmental-based disease, but it could cause upset tummies, or, at worst, diabetes, so be careful about your feeding! If you've got a tiny Robo that downs these very quickly, you might even wanna cut them in half.
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I give my hamster brownie 2 of these per week she really enjoys them :) U don't want to give them more than 2 because like others have said they do have high sugar content! Hope this helped.
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trreats should never amount to more than 20% of their daily diet but the yogurt treats are actually bad for hamsters as they have a high sugar content so they can cause diabetes. so I would limit it to once or twice a week tops.
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It usually takes a couple days for my hamster to finish one, but I give him one maybe twice to three times a week and he's absolutely fine, if anything, much happier and more active.
I wouldn't try to give them one more than that though, merely because they may not finish the whole thing.
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Can my mice eat them?

I want a small treat to train my mice and I don't know if they can have these.
asked 3 years, 4 months ago
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I feed these to my mice every other week or so and they love them.
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You can feed them to your mice, but, at least when I read the package at my local Petco store, I found it was full of sugar. I feed my mice sunflower seeds as treats, They love them and I'm sure they're cheaper.
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I would think so!
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I'm sure it would be ok to let them try it. There are actually different kinds of Yogies for differnt kinds of small animals! Like rabbits, ferrets, hamsters, gerbils, even rats! So thast also means be sure to buy the right kind of treats! Anyway, I personally think it would be fine to let your mice have 1 or 2 but just to be on the safe sidde ask the people at your local pet shop if it's definitley ok! (:
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Your mice should to eat these but double check on the label you don't want to feed it something only for hamsters.
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It says for rats, so generally the word of go is yes. Typically if the food is specialized for rats and hamsters it usually ok for mice too =)
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Will this treat fit in the critter trail treat dispenser?

I am trying to find a healthy treat for my robo hamster that would fit great in the critter trail treat zone dispenser.
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no
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Yes I believe it will. It worked for my ratty babies.
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They will fit, but they tend to stick/get stuck in the treat dispenser. I try to stick with the round, dry/crunchy treats, or even Cheerios in ours for our gerbils.
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Is there a treat dispenser for these treats?

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doubt it, these are about at least an inch in width and 2 inches length..
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