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Treat your fuzzy MVP to an all-star snack with Vitakraft Star Drops Treat for Rabbits, Guinea Pigs & Chinchillas! These watermelon-flavored yogurt treats offer a refreshing twist on a classic snack for small pets. Each bite is made with real fruit and whey and fortified with lecithin to support a healthy lifestyle. The star-shaped drops are a tasty choice during bonding, playtime or as an extra special training reward.
|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla|
Corn Syrup, Glycerin, Oat Flour, Wheat Flour, Ground Wheat, Powdered Cellulose, Ground Timothy Grass Hay, Wheat Gluten, Blackberry Powder, Blueberry Powder, Raspberry Powder, Ground Corn, Salt.
|Crude Protein||3.0% min|
|Crude Fat||20.0% min|
|Crude Fiber||5.0% max|
Feed 1-3 Drops per day as a treat. Fresh, clean water should always be available to your pet.
My rabbit would not even touch these treats. A waste of my money.
My Chinchilla did not like this item. It was too hard to eat and when I broke for her to eat, she did not like the taste. Yuk!
I bought these a couple weeks ago and gave probably a total of 8 to my chinchilla over those weeks. He hasn't been feeling well for the last few days and today he unfortunately passed away. I'm not fully blaming vitakraft (although the label does advertise these for chinchillas) because I should have been more educated before feeding him something with sugar, chinch tummies aren't meant to process sugars and these are made with fruit, so ultimately I can infer that the reason he passed is due to these treats. I am very heartbroken and this is just a PSA to all pet owners- DO YOUR RESEARCH before giving your pet any treat, even if it is supposedly for that exact animal. He always loved the vitakraft dandelion drops (which I am just now discovering is also loaded with sugar so stay away from those too!) so I figured I would give these a try. Never again will I buy a vitakraft product since they willingly advertise these sugary snacks for an animal that can't have sugar. I know this is mostly due to my ignorance but I guess my lesson was learned the hard way. Please don't be like me and DO YOUR RESEARCH!
I have been buying these for my rabbits, for 4 years, as a treat. They love them, and not bad for them in moderation, yogurt good for tummies. I hid them from my daughter, she likes them too
These are my chinchillas favorite treat and she's a treat snob. My bunny and guinea pig love them too, but they aren't as picky
I am sure they are great but our chinchilla would not eat them. He won't take them from us and if you leave it in his cage he throws it out. I think he is just being picky. I am sure many other critters will love these. They look good and smell good.
I have two male piggies one doesn't like these no matter what flavor watermelon or orange but the other one he is addicted!! Everytime I go to feed him he will not eat his food first until he gets one and he will stand there and chew on the cage as hard as he can and not stop until he gets one !
All 4 of my rabbits love these treats! They eat them up as fast as they can.
My rabbit does not like them at all.Turns head away so maybe smell of drop is no inviting.
Not one of my three chinchillas will touch these....but all three love the dandelion drops