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Zoo Med Pacman Frog Food, 10-Ounce
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- For all South American Horned Frogs and Pixie Frogs
- Convenient and easy to use
- Soft food bites
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Zoo Med's Pacman Fog Food is specifically formulated as a nutritious diet for South American Horned Frogs and other large frog species. Easy to use. Just add water. Can be fed to juvenile and adult frogs. Replacement for insects and rodents. Made in the U.S.A
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|Item Dimensions||2.8 x 2.8 x 4.2 in||4 x 7 x 1 in||1 x 3 x 5 in||3.1 x 4.6 x 3.1 in||1.6 x 1.6 x 3.5 in||5.1 x 2.1 x 2.1 in|
|Item Weight||1.6 ounces||—||1.41 ounces||0.75 lb||4.8 ounces||1.7 ounces|
|Size||0.1"||—||—||12 oz||2 oz||1.7 oz.|
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I was curious to see if any other of my animals would be interested in this. I have dozens of different species of animals, and a few others actually seemed to enjoy this as well. I gave some to my Bufo americanus toad, and she was delighted. Also, all of my Fire Bellied Toads were interested in this, and all of them would "fight" over it. I do know that Crested Geckos should primarily be fed CGD, but about once or twice a month (more with younger ones so they put on weight), I will feed them some roaches. They go crazy over the roaches, so I thought they may try this. All of my crested geckos went nuts over this. I mixed it a little bit thinner by adding about 1:1 water and mix, so that it has roughly the same consistency of ketchup (or for those of you who have crested geckos, you know how to mix CGD up well).
Overall, this is hit or miss on if your Pac Man will eat it. I tried it with other animals, and it seemed to work well with a few different species. I would not solely rely on this, and it is a good idea to provide all of your animals the most diverse food you can use, as different foods have different nutritional values, and their needs are met when feeding different foods. Best of luck! Please reply or comment below and I will get back to you.
One of my smaller frogs has been having trouble with the nightcrawlers I use as feeders, and even seems intimidated by the pieces when I chop them up. I decided to get this food to better deliver calcium (nightcrawlers produce a slime that makes the calcium supplement rub off) and I've found that he'll accept tiny morsels of this much easier! My Ornate pacman in particular seems to enjoy it, though I doubt that anyone has had trouble getting an Ornate to eat anything at all!
Based on the ingredient list - the use of potato powder as a binder isn't ideal - I wouldn't use this as a staple alone, but I do think it's acceptable to help fill up larger frogs where a diet of pure insects would be expensive or difficult to acquire.
I like that it has a decent nutrient profile (and contains D3 for the days when he just gets nightcrawlers). The reason I give it four stars as opposed to 5 is due to the fact that the package is somewhat misleading. The labeling calls it a "meal replacement", which could easily be misinterpreted by beginning hobbyists and lead to this food being fed as the sole diet.
Proper amphibian nutrition is based around variety. A wide range of cultured live food including insects, annelids, and perhaps the occasional appropriately sized rodent should be the bulk of any amphibians caloric intake.
This food should be considered an -addition- to a well rounded diet. This food makes up absolutely no more than 25% of my frogs diet. Though the convenience factor is quite nice when in a pinch.
All in all, I am a fan of this product and would recommend it to any hobbyist working with horned frogs and/or pyxies!
I am very happy with this product, I wish pet stores near me carried it!
Tip: put a lively mealworms in the ball of food then feed it to your frog. They should take more interest in it.