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Old 03-14-2013, 03:19 PM   #41 (permalink)
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what about cabbage? i havent seen that, is it safe?
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Old 04-13-2013, 08:29 AM   #42 (permalink)
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I have a question? when cooking things for her like scrambled eggs what should it be cooked in? oil butter coconut oil?????
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You don't really need to use anything - like for scrambled eggs, you can just put them in a bowl in the microwave & that'll cook them without needing anything and without them sticking to a pan (I think). If you do think you need to though, a tiny amount of vegetable or coconut oil probably wouldn't hurt, would just add a little more fat to the treat.
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Thank you!!! would you by any chance know how often it I safe to give my Luna mealworms?
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When I took Shamus to the vet. The doc was telling me treats his hedgehogs liked. Watermelon, crickets, RAISENS. I said (probably too quickly) " I thought they weren't suppose to have raisens." he looked at me like I was crazy and I told him they are chewy and can get stuck and possibly toxic. Apparently he never heard that and said he only gave them one every once in a while. He also mentioned hedgehog food, but didn't push it.
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Old 05-24-2013, 10:10 PM   #46 (permalink)
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I know baby foods are ok, in fact it's one of my favorite treats as I can syringe feed it to her for a bonding time. Anyhow I noticed most of the fruit ones have lemon juice in them, I know lemon isn't ok but I've also read that most gerber baby food is ok. If you read the ingredients on them there is lemon juice, tomato sauce (in the savoury ones)etc. can be found in a lot of them? Do you feed those, I'm especially interested in the ones with lemon juice
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As long as you'd assume it wouldn't have a distinctly lemon flavor, that should be just fine. Some foods have lemon juice in them to maintain color/texture or as a "preservative" of sorts, but shouldn't have so much that it would cause any problems.



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Are mango's good or bad for Delilah?
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Is chopped basil okay?
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Thanks for this - so helpful! Are Gerbers Graduate Blueberry Puffs and okay treat?
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