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Date Posted: 08:33:59 11/08/06 Wed
Author: S. K. Dixon
Subject: Re: Vitamins and Supplements?
In reply to: Agnes 's message, "Re: Vitamins and Supplements?" on 23:11:55 11/07/06 Tue

I have heard others say the same thing--if you are feeding them correctly, you don't need vitamins, etc. HOWEVER, just because I put all the good stuff out there doesn't mean they eat it! (And when you have more than one, how do you know who eats what?) Soooo, to cover my bases, I put vitamins in the water and a couple of times a week some calcium on their food. Makes good sense to me! You could just tell her what she wants to hear and then do exactly as you think best! Cheaper than taking her to visit your vet! lol!

>If you give your flyer plain water too, how can you
>be sure she is getting the vitamins in her?? I think
>if I gave mine a choice, they'd only drink the plain
>You know I have a chinchilla rescuer, if that is what
>they are called. she's bring me a family of chins
>this sunday. She wants me to stop all vitamin in
>their water even my rabbits. She claims that , if I am
>feeding them good food they do not need
>vitamins....... I'm really torn up in what to do. My
>Vet told me to give the rabbits and chins a few
>peanuts a week and she freaked out over that. Her
>words were, I can not believe any Vet told you that...
>Maybe , I should take this lady to my Vet...

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