Supreme Pet Foods Charlie Premium Chinchilla Food
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Rating: 4.7

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Give your chinchilla a healthy, balanced diet with Charlie Chinchilla. This complete food is high in fiber to help your chinchilla maintain a healthy digestive system and keep his continuously growing teeth in trim. Charlie Chinchilla is based on alfalfa which is naturally rich in fiber. Alfalfa is combined with other wholesome ingredients including peas, corn, soybean, raisins, and carrots. This variety encourages your pet's natural foraging behavior. Fortified with vitamins and minerals.
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Rating: 5

Only food they will eat

posted 5 years ago

This food is a little more costly than others but well worth the cost, I have picky eaters, they were uninterested in the pellet food that is found commercially, I found this at a pet store and they love it, apparently so do the other chins in the area because they cant keep it on the shelfs

Pros: Great enjoyment and nutrition

Cons: none

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Rating: 4

Great for picky eaters

posted 5 years ago

My chinchilla is a particularly picky eater, and tends to avoid consuming pellets typically found as the main component in chinchilla/pocket pets foods. Charlie chin is made up of mostly dried fruits and nuts, and the pellets are particularly large. Most chinchilla feeds I've come across are made up of a typical smaller pellet found in most pocket pet feeds, the con to this is chinchillas like to grasp their feed with the "hands" and it's difficult for the pet to do this with smaller pellets, making those found in the Charlie Chin diet ideal.
The down side is my chinchilla, who I can free feed on other diets, now tends to engorge himself a bit more so I have to feed him more regulated servings, and despite the large pellet size, he tends to pick out all the treats and leave the pellets. This could eventually cause vitamin and mineral deficiencies, as the pellets are an important component in the balance of the deit. To counteract this I typically mix the Charlie Chin diet with a second balanced chinchilla diet that's main componant is pellets, and I try to make sure he's eaten most of the pellets before I give him more. This allows me to make sure he's eating something and maintain a relatively balanced diety, but not engorging himself on treats either. I've never had any problems with diarrhea or constipation with this diet.

Pros: Palatable for chinchillas that are picky about the food they eat.

Cons: They do tend to engorge themselves a bit more with this diet.

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