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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 02-03-2007, 01:32 PM
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Thanks for explaining that Scott

Myself and the others who have posted here, im sure, are glad to hear that you will look into pellets as an additon to your piggies diet.
I know you love your piggie as much as we love our piggies and its good to know you welcome opinions.

Hey...what about those pics???

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sorry but i have no digital camera or camera phone, i dont really need one, i might get one later tho as i guess you use one more than you think.
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ok...then we wait in anticipation for future pics!!

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Definitely try to get a digital camera. I got one for christmas and I thought I would never use it...I just dumped the memory card onto my hard drive because it was full...I had over 200 pictures.

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Also, just to clear up some confusion, I seem to recall that the UK has different laws when it comes to labelling pet foods. In the US, every ingredient is required to be listed, and I don't think that's true in the UK for animal foods. I'm not in the UK, but my UK friends ahve told me that.
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just a thought....but jam is nothing more than tons of sugar with some fruit...or tons of preservatives...wouldnt it be a lot healthier and taste better if they were fresh sweet strawberries instead?


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Of course. Fresh is best! Very good for piggie!

Furball knows to feed fresh fruits and veggies..he was wondering if Jam would do any harm...,.i think he realizes now that it is something piggie should not have because of the sugar but that a taste of it is alright. He was thinking of it as a treat..not something to replace strawberries.

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i know what you mean about trying to make your animal as healthy and stimulated as they can be...giving them new foods and such, i used to buy my mice honey drops, yogurt drops, whatever they had in the pet store, you name it and i had it all for them, i spoiled them rotten, and i would give them treats and it was cute when they would poke their heads out to greet me, but over a course of some months they got chunky and then i started to worry about their weight, they began to have a habit of eating "junk" food and leaving out the healthier foods....everyone has a tendency to want to eat that junk food, and especially animals, they will become picky and eat less of their healthier foods...why do you think Americans are so fat?...my point is do what you think is best.....but do it in moderation, bc it may seem mean to deny some of the foods that are sugary and they love....but in the end you are extending their health and life...and isnt that the pt of being an animal lover?:-)

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