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 6 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 Cascy on 16th Dec 2014
My two squirrels were started on blocks and always eat them great (2 a day plus their other veggies and fruit) but this last batch I've ordered they will not even touch. I've tried not giving them other stuff until the block was gone but they still will not eat them. Wishing now I didn't order two bags at once, especially if theyre not going to eat them now and will just be wasted.
Posted by Jerry Frederick on 16th Dec 2014
Keeps my chippy going strong and healthy. He loves it and it has all the good stuff in it he needs to grow big and strong. Of course he gets all his veggies too, but he just loves his blocks.
I've been doing business with this company for over a year now and have nothing but praise for them and their products
Posted by Mac Kellam on 10th Dec 2014
I purchased these after viewing several sources for flying squirrel diets. These were almost always one of the recommended items to provide flyers with balanced nutrition and nourishment. Our flyer was seemingly ill before I purchased them. He wasn't eating right and not nearly as active and playful as he once was. We also believe he had a seizure. I knew I had to act fast to get his system in order and nurse him back to health. Purchasing this blocks was the right move. They did the trick! At first he was a bit iffy with them, but now he seems to love them. If your squirrel needs a complete boost of nutrients, then do consider this product!
Posted by Erin Zwadlo on 5th Dec 2014
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 avalible for me.
Posted by Patrick O'Tuel,Jr. on 23rd Nov 2014
Everything, including the product, packaging, and shipping is of very high quality.
Posted by sheila kellner on 17th Nov 2014
My squirrel loves these blocks, he is approximately 5 months old and eats them like a champ!
Posted by Lynette Baradell on 13th Nov 2014
While my squirrel was still very young, she absolutely loved the blocks. Now, she has become a bit pickier about eating them but that may be because she has gotten spoiled on other foods around the house. She has learned there is a variety...the little stinker!
Henry's Response: Once your juvenile squirrel loses interest in the Hi-Protein blocks, it often means it's time to switch to one of our adult formula blocks. This can happen any time after 4-6 months of age. They know when they're all grown up!
Posted by Unknown on 4th Nov 2014
I might have a couple of picky eaters on my hands. My boys LOVE shredding these block but they haven't gotten into eating them yet. However, my order comes quickly and is always fresh. I hope my boys start eating them soon!
Posted by Rhonda on 4th Nov 2014
I like these for my squirrels because I think they are healthier than the hard rodent block, but my squirrels don't seem to like them much. Of course, I've never had a squirrel that liked the hard rodent block either. I did see one of my squirrels nibbling on one last night, which made me happy. So maybe they are getting used to them.
Henry's Response: It may take your squirrels some time to get used to them. Follow the instructions for Dealing with Picky Eaters under the "Nutrition Info" tab. Please keep us posted on their progress.
Posted by Robyn Jones on 29th Oct 2014
ordered baby squirrel blocks, first time raising a baby squirrel they are not good they have whole eggs in them,squirrels should never have eggs as they are vegans.
Henry's Response: Squirrels are not vegetarian (herbivores). Like most of the 2,000 rodent species on earth, they are omnivores just like primates, humans, bears, raccoons, and so on. In the wild, squirrels eat insects and bird eggs, and will also scavenge carcasses and nibble on discarded antlers to obtain minerals and nutrients. Rodent species have very high calcium requirements, and it's impossible to meet this with a vegetarian diet. We hope you will do some more research and adopt a healthy, well-balanced diet for the squirrel in your care to avoid MBD and other nutritional problems. Please feel free to call us if you have questions: 321-626-1897
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