VITAKRAFT Drops with Yogurt Rabbit, Guinea Pig & Hamster Treats, 5.3-oz bag -

Vitakraft Drops with Yogurt Rabbit, Guinea Pig & Hamster Treats, 5.3-oz bag

By Vitakraft
Rated 4.0571 out of 5 stars
$6.49Chewy Price
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About This Item


  • Rabbit treat yogurt drops made with real dried yogurt and natural whey protein.
  • No artificial flavors or preservatives.
  • Perfect for bonding playtime with your bunny or as an extra special reward.
  • Smooth and creamy morsels have a decadent texture.

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Questions & Answers

1 Customer Questions

Are these safe to give to a cat?
Answer by ChewyFeb 16, 2019
These treats are suitable for rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters.

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Rated 4.0571 out of 5 stars
35 Ratings
Would recommend to a friend

35 Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Gmoney on Mar 2, 2022


These are very high in sugar and are not healthy for your piggies or any animal in that matter. Aim for timothy treats for your piggies!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By drank on Jan 17, 2022

don’t give these often

these have so much sugar in them, if you buy these for ur small animal please don’t give them much. you could buy yogies instead they are better.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cathy on Mar 3, 2022

Animals loved them

They came on time and in good condition. The piggies, rabbits, and hamster loved them.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By FuzzHFluff on Nov 26, 2020


I got these a while ago for my Guinea Pig, and he loves them! They are his favorite treat, and he always starts pop corning every time I get the bag out. Great for training as well.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By concernedbunnymama on Jun 27, 2020

do not feed

these can kill your bunny, guinea pig, sugar glider, etc.. these small animals are not built to digest dairy and too much of it could potentially kill them. when i adopted my bunny, she had been eating so many of these that she was severely overweight and had to be put on a diet. HEALTHY alternatives include : banana (a bunny favorite), apples, strawberries, blueberries, and cranberries!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Applesticks on Sep 9, 2020

Yogurt drops

My Callie liked them not at all and she likes yogurt drops a lot. So I’m not sure if it’s the flavoring or ?

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Adria on May 1, 2020

Supper Bunny Treat!

These drops provide our rabbit with probiotic needs that she can't get in captivity. PLUS (and this is a big one) ... she loves these so much, she will eat these out of our hands. Background: Our rabbit was a feral bunny. At a mere 2 inches in size she attacked our lawn mower. She is now our pet, but still feral in most of her behaviors other than extreme TV addiction and having a Red Healer as her favorite play pal.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tinni on Jun 12, 2020

shouldn’t give Often

The first ingredient on the list is sugar. Any animal should not have that sugar in their diet. This treat should be given at least every two weeks. They suggest every 2 to 3 days. DONT DO THAT.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By bunny on Jul 2, 2020

My guinea pig loves these.

You can't give too many though because the ingredients contains sugar but it is her favorite treat.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Sarah on Feb 17, 2020

Not healthy, but hamsters like them

I got these for my hamster before I knew much about hamsters, and she loved them but they are unhealthy. These are fine in moderation( one every 1-2 weeks) but are high in sugar and fats, so are not ideal as a regular treat. Instead use Gerber baby puffs, (apple strawberry, blueberry etc) which are lower in fat and sugar, and hamsters also love. They are so cute when they eat the puffs!