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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-09-2007, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
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i was wondering what mice are allergic to, and how do i make those nut bar things for them??
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-09-2007, 03:58 PM
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here's a list of things they can't eat from the petwebsite.

Kidney Beans (raw)
Onion
Potato (raw)
Potato tops
Rhubarb (raw)
Rhubarb leaves
Tomato leaves

Black nightshade
Buttercups
Clematis
Daffodil
Deadly nightshade
Hemlock
Hydrangea
Ivy
Laburnum
Laurel
Oleander
Poinsettia
Rhododendron
Yew
Yucca

Chocolate
Garlic*
Onions
Rabbit Mix (containing antibiotic ingredients)
Raw Kidney Beans
Sweets
Toffee

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Some of my mice are allergic to peanuts.
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i make treat thingies for my chinnies occassionally and i made ths recipe up
what you need
ice cream sticks(safe to chew as far as i know)
molasses
things you want to put on the sticks ie seeds, nuts


put a thin layer of molasses on the stick(makes it sticky) and roll the stick in the seeds/nuts or whatever. this should give you a stick covered in te topping.
place them on baking paper and into a hot oven hot enough to bake the topping onto the stick but not enough to burn down the house.
it doesn't take too long to bake and let them cool before serving them.
you can use any sort of chew safe wood and toppings
i also use nutragel(a vitamin concentrate) instead of molasses


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Mice can be allergic to beddings,foods...etc! It really depends.




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i make treat thingies for my chinnies occassionally and i made ths recipe up
what you need
ice cream sticks(safe to chew as far as i know)
molasses
things you want to put on the sticks ie seeds, nuts


put a thin layer of molasses on the stick(makes it sticky) and roll the stick in the seeds/nuts or whatever. this should give you a stick covered in te topping.
place them on baking paper and into a hot oven hot enough to bake the topping onto the stick but not enough to burn down the house.
it doesn't take too long to bake and let them cool before serving them.
you can use any sort of chew safe wood and toppings
i also use nutragel(a vitamin concentrate) instead of molasses

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