Mr. Barky’s Vegetarian Dog Biscuits
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  • These seemed to fit the bill as they contain a lot of grain and I know rodents like grain
  • These dog biscuits are made from healthy whole grains and I like that, too

    • by Bookwyrm
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      Dog biscuits are not just for dogs - they are excellent for rodents, too! I picked up a box of Mr. Barky’s on a previous trip to Natural Pet as I was searching for a hard dog biscuit for my ratties to gnaw on. I had read online that they can eat dog biscuits so I had decided to try it for myself. These seemed to fit the bill as they

      contain a lot of grain and I know rodents like grain.

      I like how hard these dog biscuits are. Pet rodents need to gnaw on hard surfaces to keep their teeth filed down. The previous item I had bought for their gnawing needs had been a major flop so I needed something good and hard. Eating these dog biscuits will help keep their teeth short and that is very good.

      I also like how my pets love these biscuits. I give my ratties whole biscuits and they look so cute running around their multi-floor home carrying the biscuit in their mouth! The biscuits are shaped like bones so it looks extra cute. And I know they eat them, too. I heard loud scraping of teeth on biscuit last night and earlier today I saw the broken remains of one of the biscuits. And while ...


      • Mr. Barky's Vegetarian Dog Biscuits
      I was cleaning some scraps out of their cage, one of my ratties carried a whole biscuit away so I wouldn’t take it from him - how cute!

      My mice eat these, too, except I break the biscuit into smaller pieces for them. Mice do not eat as much as a rat, either.

      These dog biscuits are made from healthy whole grains and I like that, too. Whole grains are good for

      my rodents. These contain whole wheat, whole oats, whole brown rice, whole ground corn and whole barley. The only ingredient I really don’t like in there is the corn as I had read that dried corn is not good for mice or rats. They are free of man-made chemicals and preservatives, so that is a plus. The taste is all-natural and that is more healthier than other stuff on the market.




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