Product Type: Armitage small pet food
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My Colin just loves yogurt!
Armatige Rotastak Yoghurt Drops
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Armatige Rotastak Yoghurt Drops
Advantages: Healthy and economical and Colin really enjoys them
Disadvantages: None unless you give to many and then sit back and watch the poop fly!
My Colin the Syrian hamster is really, really spoilt, I do admit lol. I have to be really careful though cos because he gets an upset tummy ever such a lot and poos for England! Although I buy him many treats he doesn't get so many after I stuck him in a gym ball on my carpet and he left a trail of said poop behind him or poos on the wheel with it flying everywhere which drives both me and my flatmate barmy lol.
After him having a few accidents I decided to keep his treats a little simpler and so when I spotted these yogurt drops I purchased a packet in my local Tesco store and at a mere 69p a packet I felt I got a little bargain on my hands with these.
The drops come in a silver and red metallic packet. On the front of the packet there is a photograph of the drops and I am told that they are Armatige Pet Care Rotastak Yogurt Drops 'Yummy treats for all small animals'. On the back of the packet I am told a bit about the product, the weight is stated which is 50g, the best before date is clearly stamped on there and contact details for Armitage (the manufacturer of this product are given). Easy to tear open small bag this is though its a pain to reseal.
The Yogurt Drops:
Small and thin these drops are an off white colour and have a dense texture to them. They smell to me a little like white chocolate and Colin loves them! in fact I'm watching him eat one now as I write this review that I just gave him lol. These are a treat and you should give a small pet no more than 3 a day and there are at rough estimation about 120 drops in a packet so they should last a long time if stored correctly. I accidentally fed Colin 5 of them without checking on the packet how many should be given and I learnt my lesson really fast. After over-stuffing his pouches with them he then got the trots.....all over my carpet. However since me now finding out the correct amount his tummy and pouches can take I give him these in moderation. I'm happy he enjoys them, they are an economical treat and are healthy enough to not make him as fat as a house and I will continue to buy these treats time and time again in the future!
Available in all good supermarkets and pets shops etc.
Summary: Great treat for small pets!
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