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Smaller dogs are so lovable and cute that it is only fair that even their treats match up to their adorability level. Specially prepared for small dogs, Buddy Biscuits Itty Bitty Biscuits are rightly sized for your little canine friend to comfortably chew on.
Itty Bitty Buddy Biscuits:
Buddy Biscuits Itty Bitty Biscuits are manufactured specially for your little friends, keeping in mind their tiny size. Now your pets can happily chew on the soft doggie treats meant just for them.
A Closer Look: These biscuits contain protein, fat and fiber, ensuring that your pet does not miss out on his daily dose of nutrition. Available in Bacon & Cheese, Roasted Chicken, Peanut Butter and Sweet Potato flavors.
Made specially for: Little dogs
Free of: Corn
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Comments about Itty Bitty Buddy Biscuits - Molasses Flavor:
I feed my rabbits a variety diet, of fresh vegetables, fresh & dried fruits, and various other "cookie" type things, such as these "dog" biscuits. That way, the house rabbits look forward to their days, and get a variety of nutrients, of good things they like, like peanut butter, sweet potatoes, molassass, various grains, veggies, greens, fruits, etc.
I give them vegetarian dog food and biscuits, as well as varieties of hay. Even dandilion flowers which they love.
The "commercial rabbit pellets, were made for the same reason as other pelleted animal feed, so people with many rabbits (meat/breeders) can give their rabbits a cheap sustainence. If the rabbit pellet food, isn't organic, then it probably has Genetically modified alfalfa in it. My rabbits don't like pelleted rabbit feed. And alfalfa isn't recommended for adult rabbits.
A rabbit in the wild, eats a variety of grasses, broad leaved "weeds", berries, nuts, fruits, vegetables, etc. If you have a rabbit, give them some variety in moderation.
If your rabbit really likes something in particular, you could use it to "train" them. Even chickens can be trained if given meal worms, one of their favorite foods.
There's no such "yummies" in "poultry diet". Traditional "rabbit pellets" don't have any yummies in them either.
Imagine just being given Cheerios, for every meal. You'd eat them because you had no choice. Animals like choices just like people. One of my rabbits loves tomatoes, while the other doesn't. These are meant as treats, and as such, they make critters happy in moderation. If I were the manufacturer, I'd think about just calling them "vegetarian PET treats, and they'd get a wider customer base.
Also checking the dates of things IS a good idea to make regular protocol.