Hi-Protein Blocks - Food for Squirrels, Flyers, Rats and Mice

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  • Henry's Healthy Hi-Protein blocks
  • Henry's Healthy Hi-Protein blocks
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100% complete nutrition plus 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 5-7 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: https://www.henryspets.com/healthy-diet-for-pet-squirrels/)

 Net wt. 11 oz

Ingredients: Pecans, whey protein isolate, wheat protein  isolate, oat bran, wheat flour, cracked wheat, whole eggs, tri-calcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, lecithin, baking powder, phylloquinone (vitamin K), selenium, magnesium, vitamin D-3, folic acid, iodine, iron, zinc, copper, molybdenum, manganese, vitamin E, vitamin A (60% beta-carotene), pantothenic acid, niacin, riboflavin, vitamin B-6, thiamin, vitamin B-12, biotin.

No preservatives. Store in refrigerator or freezer.

Made in the USA.

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333 Reviews

  • 4
    My squirrel seems to like pieces of it, but picks out and eats what he wants, and discards the rest.

    Posted by Natasha on 19th Oct 2020

    Not my squirrel's favorite. But I feel like it's good for him to still have.

  • 5
    Best Block for Growing Baby Greys!

    Posted by Heather on 13th Oct 2020

    I give these blocks as introductory blocks to my baby grey squirrels as a first food. They take to them right away. I even have one in my release cage that hoards them and stands guard over his stash. They have the extra protein that they need while they're growing, so I don't feel as bad when they start weaning off of the milk replacer. I give these until they're released at 16 weeks, or until they're 20 weeks old if they're slower to release.

  • 5
    Hi-Protein Blocks

    Posted by Lucinda V. Jarvis on 12th Oct 2020

    Squirrel babies love them and seem to be thriving! Thank you for your continued assistance in providing rehabbers with proper knowledge and nutrition for raising these sweet critters.

  • 5
    They were just a little dry.

    Posted by Vera Gracia on 8th Oct 2020

    I have 6 baby squirrels and this is one of the first foods I introduced them to. They love it.

  • 5
    Hi-Protein Blocks

    Posted by Brenda on 6th Oct 2020

    Great product

  • 5
    Squirrel blocks

    Posted by Aughty K. on 4th Oct 2020

    Great starter food for young rehabs, I cut them in half and gave as snacks in between wild food. Highly recommended!

  • 4
    Nutrionally complete

    Posted by Lauren Fleming on 1st Oct 2020

    My juvenile Gray Squirrels did not like the Hi-Protein cubes. They really like the picky eaters.

  • 5
    Hi-Protein Blocks

    Posted by gina Pronovost on 24th Sep 2020

    These blocks are hands down the best. As a squirrel rehabber it is important that my babies get a good start.

  • 5
    Hi protein blocks for squirrels

    Posted by Cheryl on 16th Aug 2020

    My squirrel loves her protein blocks!!!!

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