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Pop Indian Corn Treat


Rating: 4.8

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(4.8 out of 5, based on 5 reviews)

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Reader's Reviews (5)
Sarah  S.
Rating: 4

So much fun

posted 5 years ago

I'm not sure if I got a bad batch, but I noticed the cobs took way to long to cook. I didn't want to burn them, and had to keep checking it to see if it was done every 2 mins. However, My rats loved them. Even the cob alone, they liked. But when its popped, they love it even more

Pros: It is fun to make

Cons: It can take a while

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Sherry B.
Rating: 5

Happy hamster

posted 5 years ago

These mini cobs were a favorite treat of my hamster. He made fast work of cleaning the kernels from the cobs. I know this was great for his teeth. When I'd clean his house I'd find kernels everywhere, so I'm not sure how many he actually digested but I know he really enjoyed this treat. He'd get about one a week. Economical also.

Pros: a purely natural treat, great for the teeth

Cons: he went thru them too fast!

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