Cooking for hamsters

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Cooking for hamsters

Post by Anna » Sat, 02 Feb 2008 21:57:27



Hello all,

I'm wondering if anyone has ever tried cooking or baking treat items for
their hamsters.  My three 9 (2 dwarfs and a Syrian) love their Vitakraft
doughnuts and muffins, but I find them to be rather expensive and would
rather control what they eat.

Anna

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Cooking for hamsters

Post by Piema » Sun, 03 Feb 2008 06:51:17


Well, I havn't really cooked treats, but I have boiled an egg and some white
meat chicken for hammy mothers who needed more protein.

Quote:
> Hello all,

> I'm wondering if anyone has ever tried cooking or baking treat items for
> their hamsters.  My three 9 (2 dwarfs and a Syrian) love their Vitakraft
> doughnuts and muffins, but I find them to be rather expensive and would
> rather control what they eat.

> Anna

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Cooking for hamsters

Post by dwol » Sun, 03 Feb 2008 07:58:55


We stayed away from treats because with the hammie food we bought, your
basic seed and grain mix, we always gave him fresh fruit and veggies... All
that fresh food he loved and see there's his treat


Quote:
> Well, I havn't really cooked treats, but I have boiled an egg and some
> white meat chicken for hammy mothers who needed more protein.


>> Hello all,

>> I'm wondering if anyone has ever tried cooking or baking treat items for
>> their hamsters.  My three 9 (2 dwarfs and a Syrian) love their Vitakraft
>> doughnuts and muffins, but I find them to be rather expensive and would
>> rather control what they eat.

>> Anna

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