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Are these safe? #129835
08/08/06 04:00 PM
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I just bought a container of
Yogies! Yougurt Treats. Made with real yougert. Banana-rasin flavor. It says ferret treats ont he contain. Can I give these to my glider?

Re: Are these safe? [Re: ] #129836
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Sure Can!! My gliders loooove yogurt treats... They all get one a day and they come a runnin' when they hear me gettin it out day or night! <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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Re: Are these safe? [Re: ] #129837
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OMGosh...those things are like my gliders' favorite! I have an older male who hates EVERYTHING...he is like a little kitty when it comes to the banana/raisin yoggies. He'll pop his head out of his pouch and ever so gently take one through the bars of his cage. Any other time, he's lunging and trying to kill me...LOL He has learned that bad behavior gets him no banana-raisin yoggies!!! He can take or leave any of the other flavors, but man oh man he is a sucker for those!

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I just put one inside her pouch. You should hear the clicking comming from there now!

Re: Are these safe? [Re: ] #129839
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Yep, she's gonna LOVE em'.....LOL

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Gliders looooove those!

Re: Are these safe? [Re: ] #129841
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I have the bunny sized ones but I cut them in half.
We have strawberry flavor. My gliders HATE strawberries but they LOVE these.


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Re: Are these safe? [Re: ] #129842
08/08/06 06:46 PM
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We have both the bunny size ones and the smaller animal size ones. They love them! They really like them if I keep them in the fridge for awhile and then give them.

Re: Are these safe? [Re: ] #129843
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i use those in my critter keeper to get my glider from the tent to the cage, the bribe usually works great!


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Re: Are these safe? [Re: ] #129844
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My yogurt drops are just vanilla and about the same size as a chocolate chip. My suggies absolutely LOVE them! <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/muchlove.gif" alt="" /> You would think they had died and gone to heaven. We give them 1 or 2 occasionally when they are in their bonding pouches and all you can hear is little munching and chirping noises. My little girl, Cruella, puts the whole thing in her mouth and chews and chews until it is all gone. The other 2, Wendy and Tinkerbell hold them in their hands and eat them like little ladies. LOL

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I LOVE watching mine eat their little yoggies. Since I found the little ones, they don't want anything to do with the big ones. None of my gliders eat bananas or raisins, but love the yoggies. Go figure. Every morning we have a ritual. When my alarm rings they all start begging. Even the bunny and the hamster...they sit by their cage doors and wait. Unfortunately, they haven't figured out that on Saturdays, I don't HAVE to get up at 5 and the gliders will bark and bark til I get up and give them their yoggie!!!! What brats!!!

Re: Are these safe? [Re: ] #129846
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Just remember, they are CANDY so should be given in moderation. I know how hard it is to see them eat one and beg for another but you have to resist the temptation!


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Re: Are these safe? [Re: ] #129847
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Oh yea! I have those, but mine have a bunny on them and my suggies LOVE them. Just remember like Dancing said, they are like desert so don't over do it <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


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