Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Can Guinea Pigs Eat Crowberries?

Crowberries are not found here in the mid-Atlantic region where we live. They look a lot like small blueberries. You can find crowberries in Iceland, where they are called "Kr√¶kiberja," and in other Nordic countries. Crowberries are non-toxic, but should only be fed to us occasionally. (Our source wasn't specific, so we're going to recommend no more than once a week to be cautious.)

Everyone gather around! There's new food in the human's hand!
Yum!
Some people claim that crowberries "lack oomph" and are just "filler berries." We disagree, and give crowberries 5/5 stars!

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  1. It's cute to see you all sharing from one bowl!

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    1. We are, except sometimes when it comes to sharing food. Things can get a little nasty then. :-)

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  3. Can you do one on if guinea pigs can eat jackfruit, rambutan, or durian? I would like to see if guineas can eat them and see how you react to it. =3

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    1. That sounds like a good idea, but first, we'll have to find some information on whether guinea pigs are allowed to eat them.

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