Walnuts are not from the tree that bears the same name they are popular snack food eaten in many countries around the world. they are also eaten in many culinary dishes.
So can gerbils eat Walnuts at all?
Let’s take a look at their nutritional data and find out more.
In particular we are interested in their acidic, water, sugar, fat, calcium, phosphorus and salt content as far as gerbils are concerned.
As you can see, walnuts contain a hint of sodium, a little water, a lot of phosphorus, calcium, acidic and fat content.
This means they are not the best food for gerbils. They can have one or two of them, but it is not recommended that they have more than that as they are too full of fat for them to handle
Gerbils cannot handle the amount of fat that we can in their diets. Simply, put they will get sick if they have too much fat.
Just be careful with feeding them, as they will eat as much as you give them.
Make sure the shell is stripped away and not fed to them.