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Feeding your pet rat can be simple, appropriate, and amusing. But if you do not know the correct way to feed it, the process can be time consuming, costly, and unhealthy for your pet.
Your pet will most likely pick and select what it decides to eat, and will often not eat everything in the mix. An ideal and convenient diet would consist of lab pellets. Make sure your pellets are made especially for rats, as gerbil, hamster or other rodent pellets are not an excellent substitute.
You will want to know what fresh foods you can feed your rat. As a supplement, your rat can benefit from a wide variety of fresh foods such as fruits and vegetables. They can give the rat a voluminous assortment of the vitamins and minerals they desire. Remember, to keep in mind your pets size when feeding at, as too much vegetables-especially greens can affect diarrhea. Some excellent choices for food include grapes, apples, bananas, strawberries, broccoli, carrots, peas, some very lean cooked meats, meal worms, yogurt, and brown rice. Your rat may also enjoy a special treat now and then, but make sure it’s healthy. Treats such as popcorn, a peanut, an almond, a little piece of pretzel, dried fruit, a dab of peanut butter or a kibble of dog or cat food is enormous treats for your pet.
You will want to understand what foods not to feed your rat. There are many foods and treats you can give to your specific critter, but you want to make sure that they are not foods that will hurt it. Foods that are high in fat and sugar can be harmful for your rat. So, avoid any table scraps that are high in fat or sugar. Also, feeding your pet too much or too little can be harmful to your pet. Consult your vet for an accomplished list of foods that your pet cannot consume.
Be sure to have the fun when nourishing your pet. Watching you little pet eat is a fun and amusing adventure in itself. Also, be sure that your has sufficient space to store any food it may not east- because it is not fresh food. Your pet will want to store away any pellets it does not eat in a house, so be certain that your rat has a sufficient cage area and a home to store its goodies in.  

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