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Rat Snacks come in different types, but not all snacks are equally suitable for Rats. Fortunately, we have put together a nice selection of snacks that are not only suitable, but also popular with the Rats and are responsible!
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Rat Snacks come in different types, but not all snacks are equally suitable for Rats. Fortunately, we have put together a nice selection of snacks that are not only suitable, but also popular with the Rats and are responsible!

What snacks do Rats like?

Rats like almost everything. They are not only gourmets, but also very grateful for what they get. Rats especially like snacks with seeds, proteins and fruits. Snacks with fiber are often less popular, but tastes can also differ there.

How many snacks can Rats have?

That depends somewhat on the type of snack, but also on the condition of the Rat. Overweight rats should snack less, while young and active rats should have an extra snack.

How can you feed snacks to Rats?

That also depends a bit on the snack, but the best way is of course hand-feeding. In this way, the animals get used to your hands and associate the hands with something positive, making them tame sooner. Hand-feeding snacks is a great way to build a bond with your Rats.

In addition, snacks can also be scattered loosely throughout the enclosure, so that the animals have to look for them. This provides a lot of challenge and also joy when they have found something. Scattering snacks around the enclosure promotes the animals' natural behavior and stimulates foraging (searching for food). This also makes the animals less bored and problem behavior can even be prevented.

Snacks can also be given as a reward during training. As we know, Rats are extremely intelligent animals that learn very quickly and with a tasty reward they try twice as hard.

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