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For Baby Squirrels and for Flying Squirrels of all ages. Now in a convenient 12 oz size. 100% complete nutrition plus the extra protein baby squirrels require until 5 months old, and flying squirrels need their entire lives. No preservatives; must be stored in refrigerator or freezer!
Net wt. 12 oz
Ingredients: Pecans, whey protein isolate, wheat protein isolate, cracked wheat, wheat flour, oat bran, dried whole eggs, tri-calcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, lecithin, potassium chloride, baking powder, phylloquinone (vitamin K), selenium, magnesium oxide, cholcalciferol (vitamin D3), folic acid, iodine, ferrous sulfate (iron), zinc, copper glycinate chelate, molybdenum, manganese, d-alpha tocopheryl succinate (vitamin E), vitamin A (60% beta-carotene; 40% retinyl palmitate), pantothenic acid, niacin (vitamin B-3), riboflavin (vitamin B-2), pyroxidine hydrochloride (vitamin B-6), thiamin (vitamin B-1), cyanocobalamin (vitamin B-12), biotin, sorbic acid.
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Posted by Jerry on 24th Jun 2015
Along with his "salad" every morning Chippy gets his block. He loves it. He's a healthy, happy little munk and I have Henry's blocks and all their help and support to thank for it.
These guys are the best
Posted by Unknown on 19th Jun 2015
my little guy loves these.i was feeding him the mouse blocks from the local pet store, but once he got his little paws on these blocks that was it. he loves sitting on my shoulder to eat the blocks
Posted by chy on 2nd Jun 2015
our family rescued a baby squirrel from the water run off , we estimated her to be just a few weeks old, a little ball of mud, freezing and shaking, curled up in a ball with her eyes closed tight....
well its been over a month now and she is healthy and happy, she loves her squirrel block along with fresh veggies and nuts and seeds...
Posted by Unknown on 18th May 2015
I have purchased this product several times because I love the idea of full nutrition for the squirrels I rehab. I just find they do not eat them heartily. It would be so much easier if they did. Because I fear they are not getting what they need, I "doctor" them up, mixing with baby food, peanut or almond butter. I know there is a picky eater formula, but it would be costly to get them as well.
Henry's Response: Please look at the "Instructions for Weaning" and guide for "Picky Eaters" under the "Nutrition Info" tab. It's very important not just WHAT you feed, but HOW you feed it, and especially how you introduce new foods to baby squirrels. The techniques in these guides really work. If you still need help, just give us a call!
Posted by Unknown on 5th May 2015
We're still in the middle of a transition phase over to solid foods so my 8 week old grey is not exactly "gobbling" them up yet but if I soak some of his favorite Fox Valley formula into them he sure seems to enjoy them. I have a feeling the older he gets the more of a staple of his diet these will become. I like that they're freshly made to order.
Posted by Sophie on 26th Mar 2015
I was initially warned that I would almost have to starve my poor flyer into eating them, but that was not the case! He sniffed it and snatched it from me and immediately began to eat it. It's like a treat to him! Love this product. :)
Posted by FLBeth on 4th Feb 2015
Before finding TSB, I purchased some primate blocks. My baby flying squirrel Avion didn't care for those but she seems to like the Hi-Protein blocks...they are pretty much torn up but mostly gone by morning. I feel good offering her those because of the nutrition value and am trying to make them the most part of her diet. She goes nuts over pecans (which I have available for treats dusted with calcium powder) so as the main ingredient that is a huge plus. Will continue to order from Henry's in the future.
Posted by Sara on 3rd Feb 2015
I have two babies and they love these blocks. I offer them twice a day and they keep wanting more. I love knowing these babies are getting what they need with these. We also supplement their diet with fresh veggies and fruits.
Posted by Lynn on 19th Jan 2015
Anyone with knowledge of squirrels recommends them. My three have got to be the pickiest eaters ever and they eat them. Now they loved them before nuts came along but they still eat them even after the picky blocks were introduced. I try to mix it up to keep them interested because they love, love carbs. I'll always be a Henry's customer.
Posted by Gary Sullivan on 14th Jan 2015
Our little girl is very active and a voracious eater. And she just loves these blocks. Takes them from our hand and munches away. She's very healthy and growing fast.
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