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  • Henry's Hi-Protein Blocks
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  • Henry's Squirrel Blocks are Freshly Baked with No Preservatives

Hi-Protein Blocks - for Baby Squirrels and Flyers

$15.99
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Will be shipped freshly baked in 1-2 days
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Product Description

For baby squirrels and for Flying Squirrels of all ages. 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!

Feeding Instructions:

  • Baby Squirrels - Introduce 1 block per day at 8 weeks old and gradually increase to 1-2 blocks per day (flyers) or 2-3 blocks per day (other squirrel species).
  • Adult Flyers - Feed 1-2 blocks per day.
  • Always feed along with a healthy diet of vegetables, wild foods, and limited nuts and fruit. (See the Healthy Diet for Pet Squirrels: http://www.henryspets.com/healthy-diet-for-pet-squirrels/)

 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.

Product Reviews

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  1. Squirrels Like It and BlueJays Too

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jun 2016

    The squirrels actually eat these and will eat 2 to 3 per day as directed. They are currently 3 months old and live in the backyard - they were orphans who were released. They rarely ate the rodent block purchased at the pet store, but they are in very good health. They ate a mixture of formula (weaned off), a little fruit and veggies, 2 nuts, and a tablespoon of sunflower seeds plus Henry's Blocks now. Sometimes they will still want a little formula. I have also noticed that the bluejays will steal these if left out for the squirrels, so now we feed them to the squirrels when they come to the yard in the morning and the afternoon.

  2. Ava loves them almost as much as pecans!

    Posted by KeReBo on 16th May 2016

    These blocks came highly recommended from the good folks at thesquirrelboard.com, so I started my little fox squirrel on them within the first week I had her. She was about 5-6 weeks old at the time, and she mostly just shredded them back then - but she took to them right away, without any hesitation! Each morning, I would take out 2-3 blocks and cut them in half, and would offer one piece at a time, throughout the day. Gradually, she began eating more and shredding less. As she self-weaned, she stopped wanting formula in the mornings, and instead wanted at least half of her daily portion of blocks at breakfast, and the rest throughout the day as a snack. She only stashed them on occasion!

    The blocks arrived quickly with priority shipping from USPS; I put half the bag in the freezer, the other half stayed on the door of the fridge. When the time came, I moved the frozen blocks to the fridge to thaw overnight, then added them to the original bag the following day. I am on my second bag now, following the same procedure - although I only froze 1/3 of the bag this time! Henry's Hi-Protein Blocks is a fantastic product - my girl has grown up strong and healthy, and I'm certain Henry's played a vital role in her development! As I will continue to support her during her initial release, (and probably forever thereafter - who am I kidding? :)) I'm already planning my next order with Henry's.

  3. Rocky votes yes!

    Posted by Greg on 14th May 2016

    Excellent food format, easy to give and my weaning baby squirrel took to eating it right away with no difficulties. Recommend.

  4. Good Food

    Posted by Joy on 7th May 2016

    I am a re-habilitator and often have baby squirrels. At some point I introduce these blocks. They seem to love them.

  5. Healthy and Nutritious

    Posted by Deborah on 29th Apr 2016

    I'm so glad you guys make healthy products for these little guys. All I wanted to was to provide my squirrel baby with the best nutrition during the transition from milk to solids and he loved his blocks. He took right to them. Thank you!

  6. My squirrels love the blocks

    Posted by Lynne on 8th Apr 2016

    The blocks are working wonderfully. The only problem is that I have so many squirrels in rehab, the blocks will go fast and they are expensive.
    However, given the quality of food they offer, it is worth it.

  7. Great Blocks

    Posted by Mary on 2nd Apr 2016

    Love these blocks. Takes all the guesswork out of feeding your squirrel.

  8. My squirrels love it.

    Posted by R.A. on 19th Mar 2016

    I've a flyer inside and reds outside. Both attack these with gusto. My flyer is particular with what she'll eat so ensuring she gets sufficient calcium and protein always took a bit of work. These blocks make it much simpler.

  9. Always perfect

    Posted by Fay on 15th Feb 2016

    These blocks are always very high quality. My little flyer goes for these first when it's dinner time! I'm glad Henry's has these available for me.

  10. Chippy loves his blocks

    Posted by Jerry on 26th Jan 2016

    Along with all his veggies and fruits Chippy the chipmunk gets his blocks. He loves them. He's a healthy, happy chipmunk with a shiny coat. I thank Henry's for a great product

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