Vitamin C Drops
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Kavykeeper
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Rating: 2

I prefer crushed tablets

posted 4 years ago

I buy 100% pure vitamin C tablets for humans and use a pill crusher to turn them to powder. I sprinkle it on wet romaine and give them their vitamin C that way. The excess is passed from their system. It's better than the drops.

Pros: provides the needed vitamin C that guinea pigs require

Cons: water must be changed daily so liquid drops are spilled out

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Tara V.
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Rating: 5

GP vitamins

posted 4 years ago

I find that it is very easy to dispense these vitamins into our GPs water so that they don't get scurvy (ha ha). Seriously it is a good way to get them extra vitamins besides all of the fresh fruits and veggies they get.

Pros: easy to dispense

Cons: can't think of any

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