Dried Rodent Fruit

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For fresh and traditional dried fruit of the highest quality, you have come to the right place at DRD Knaagdierwinkel®! In our fruit shop you will find different types of dried fruit, leaves and stems.
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You can order the tastiest dried fruit for rodents & rabbits quickly and easily DRD Knaagdierwinkel®

We have bundled the tastiest dried fruit and vegetables in this category. We have made a selection of fruit especially for all rodents and rabbits that is not only tasty, but also popular with the animals and is healthy.

Can rodents & rabbits eat all types of fruit?

No, rodents and rabbits should not eat all types of fruit. In fact, Chinchillas and Degus should be fed very little or no fruit at all. There are major differences when it comes to the digestion of different rodent species and rabbits. Fruit should actually be seen as a tasty snack that should not be given too often.

Diabetes and fruits
Hamsters with a genetic predisposition to diabetes should only be given fruit to a very limited extent. Hamsters with diabetes should never be given fruit.

Is dried fruit healthier than fresh fruit?

When it comes to nutritional value, fresh fruit is always healthier, because it still contains all the nutrients. However, many rodents and rabbits in the wild rarely encounter fresh fruit, which means that the animals' digestion is not always adapted to it. The moisture content in fresh fruit in particular can be a culprit. If the animals eat too much fresh fruit they can get diarrhea. For example, this happens much less quickly with vegetables, because they eat vegetables as needed, but because they like fruit so much, they will eat more of it more quickly, resulting in too much fluid entering the intestines and causing diarrhea. This does not happen with dried fruit.

How can dried fruit be fed?

Dried fruit can be used in many different ways, for example:

  • To enrich the daily diet. To do this, add a few pieces of dried fruit to the animals' diet.
  • As a foraging element. Scatter a few pieces of fruit throughout the enclosure or hide it somewhere in the enclosure so that the animals have to look for it.
  • As reward. If you are training your rat or rabbit, dried fruit can be a delicious reward for the animals.
  • Taming: Do you have a new animal and is it still getting used to you? Then you can use dried fruit as a snack to attract the animals to you and gain their trust.

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