|Top Ingredients||Ground Oats, Wheat Flour, Ground Sorghum...||Whole Brown Rice, Oat Groats, Wheat Bran...||Ground Oats, Wheat Middlings, Ground Wheat...||Corn Meal, Oats, Wheat...||Dehulled Soybean Meal, Ground Corn, Wheat Middlings...|
|Food Form||Mix, Dried Fruits, Dried Veggies, Grains||Pellets||Dry Food, Pellets||Pellets||Pellets|
|Special Diet||Non-GMO||Low Fat||Molasses-Free, Natural||—||—|
|Small Pet Type||Rat||Rat||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Rat, Degu||Rat||Mouse, Rat|
|Health Feature||—||Vitamins & Minerals||—||—||Dental & Breath Care|
I mix several items - treats, rat food, pellets, and these in a little cup and she gets to pick her favorite before I dump it in the bowl. She enjoys our routine. She always picks these or a yogurt drop first. I like that these are a nutritious item but she likes them like treats.
Rather than a food, I'll give each of my rats one of the clusters as a snack and the absolutely love them. They grab them and run to their house to eat them immediately. Their new favorite treat!
I have two adult female retired lab rats and they’ve not been picky eaters. They’ll eat anything, usually. But they wouldn’t touch these, not even when they didn’t have anything else to eat. They actively removed them from the food dish in search of something else. Honestly I found it funny, but it ended up a waste of money. You can’t know what they like until you try, I suppose. They were convenient to store and measure though, and they seem healthy
I bought this rat food as a treat and supplement to their normal food. They love them!