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Old 10-26-2019, 08:19 PM   #1
Dessi
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Default Best food for a dwarf hybrid in Canada ?

I bought Versele-Laga mini Nature but I’ve read it’s not great. I also give my hamster mealworms, which he enjoys, and a bit of vegetables.

I’d like to make my own but it seems very complicated as many of the ingredients I’ve seen listed are not readily available.

I wish we had an equivalent to Rodipet...
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Old 10-26-2019, 08:30 PM   #2
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Default Re: Best food for a dwarf hybrid in Canada ?

If you can get Higgins Vita Garden(not Sunburst which has lots of fruits making it unsuitable for hybrids and hamsters in general)hamster/gerbil food that would be your best possible option.

I wish we could have some people establish a network to ship over Rodipet(well, certain Rodipet products) in large amounts into the US and Canada and even other parts of the world that it would benefit. I would honestly be willing to try doing it myself if I was in the position of starting up a distribution based business as I wanted to do it anyways for the potential of certain European cages and such, but it is a big challenge to even get started on.
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Old 10-27-2019, 06:28 AM   #3
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Default Re: Best food for a dwarf hybrid in Canada ?

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If you can get Higgins Vita Garden(not Sunburst which has lots of fruits making it unsuitable for hybrids and hamsters in general)hamster/gerbil food that would be your best possible option.

I wish we could have some people establish a network to ship over Rodipet(well, certain Rodipet products) in large amounts into the US and Canada and even other parts of the world that it would benefit. I would honestly be willing to try doing it myself if I was in the position of starting up a distribution based business as I wanted to do it anyways for the potential of certain European cages and such, but it is a big challenge to even get started on.
That would be fantastic indeed ! Iíll look into Higgins Vita Garden, than you !
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