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Do you have the ingredients list or anything? That'd be really helpful since I don't know that brand .


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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-15-2006, 07:29 PM
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Ingredients?? I can't even read the package label. (I never saw it before).

So after some searching HERE IT IS

>> Hamster Nature is a complete food, composed with carefully selected natural components and enriched with dry fruits and garden herbs of the new harvest.

A light collection of dried and /or extruded vegetables, fruits and garden herbs, a real delicacy for your hamster and assures an optimal digestion, the approprioate teeth abrasion and an excellent condition.

Hamster Nature is made up of 25 different components, contains all essential amino-acids, vitamins, minerals and trace-elements, and is adapted to the specific nutritive needs of hamsters. <<

I can find no list of ingredients. So I don't know.
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well as long as it dosent have too many sunflower seeds, and its not fattening, than i guess it might be ok and healthy for the hamster.

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Stay away from the fruity stuff for dwarfs - could promote diabetes.
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