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« on: October 21, 2008, 10:19:06 pm »

From: Gsdsrule1  (Original Message) Sent: 08/07/2006 1:04 AM
Remember, these are treats, so give them sparingly.

1 small carrot, pureed
1/2 banana, mashed until really creamy
1 tbsp honey
1/4 cup rabbit pellets, ground finely in a coffee grinder
1/4 cup ground oats, ground finely in a coffee grinder

Mix pureed carrot, banana and honey in a medium bowl. Add pellet powder and ground oats. Mix until blended. Knead in your hands for 1-2 minutes. Roll out the "dough" in 1/8- to 1/4-inch thick layers between sheets of plastic wrap. Cut into small cookies (about 3/4 inch across). Place cut shapes onto a parchment paper covered cookie sheet. Bake at 325 degrees for about 30 minutes (check to make sure they are not browning too much). Turn off the heat and let the cookies sit in the warm oven for an hour or so.

Brenda adds: Next time, I am going to try finely ground rolled oats in place of the flour. I am sure that lots of other changes could be made, and these would still work. For example you could replace the carrot with apple or pear.
 
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« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2008, 10:20:57 pm »

From: Gsdsrule1  (Original Message) Sent: 08/07/2006 1:17 AM
This isn't really a recipe. It's quick and my birds, rabbit, and my friends ferret love it!

Ingredients:
Carrots
Apples
Celery
Corn
Or any veggie or fruit your pet prefers.


Method

I have a dehydrator, but I also use my oven. I cut very thin slices of what ever fruit or veggie I have and dry them out. This makes them keep a lot longer. They come out just like banana chips but you can have a lot more variety!  I mix this fruit/veggie right in with my rabbits food and treat cup and she loves it! Same for my birds Shocked) My Vet thinks it is important to

substitute and this really helps! Of you use tomatoes it is much easier on a low setting in your oven on a cookie sheet.

Fruit Treats (For Your Pets)

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« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2008, 10:22:39 pm »

From: Gsdsrule1  (Original Message) Sent: 08/07/2006 1:26 AM
Gives your rabbit a great coat, makes them twice as good looking at a show.



Ingredients:

Shredded Wheat (cereal)

Cheerios (cereal)

Oats

Black oil sunflower seeds

Rabbit pellets



Method

This is what I give my 3-4 pound Holland Lops.

Normally it would be 1/2 cup rabbit pellets.  Here it is with the extras:



1/4 cup pellets

2 tsp. oats.

1 tsp cheerios.

2 tsp. seeds (no shells)

3 shredded wheat (crushed)



Mix all this together and feed.



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