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    Default Henry's stix's

    my boy is super picky and will eat the henrys six's but not the blocks. A few of these daily paired with sugar snap peas and a few other green veggies is about as healthy eating as he gets. he also eats nuts and seeds and such but is he getting enough calcium from the stix alone?

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    I'm sure an admin or senior member will get to you shortly as soon as they have the time. Mine get the sticks simply as treats a couple times a week just about a half an inch to an inch and they get the wild bites morning and late evening and then the Mazuri blocks are always available along with fresh vegetables dusted with calcium and sometimes some yogurt. Good luck!

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    I have no idea how old he was but I used to soak my babies Henry's and rodent blocks in a light mix of formula and yogurt with a touch of acceptable organic baby food until they started eating everything on their own. I hope that's okay but it seemed to have worked wonderful with them.

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    Default Re: Henry's stix's

    Quote Originally Posted by jillian15279 View Post
    my boy is super picky and will eat the henrys six's but not the blocks. A few of these daily paired with sugar snap peas and a few other green veggies is about as healthy eating as he gets. he also eats nuts and seeds and such but is he getting enough calcium from the stix alone?
    I would sprinkle the stix with Calcium powder from Henry's if he will not eat their Healthy Blocks. The stix are a treat and not meant to provide a balanced diet.
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