Learn more about feeding your pet or the animal you care for, frozen-fresh rodents.
Pet owners and animal care givers have many, logical and appropriate, concerns when finding the best nutrition plan for their animals but have questions they needed answered before making a decision. Are you going through the same decisions process?
Learn more about the practical, nutritional and humane reasons for feeding pre-killed mice, quail, chicks, and other feeders to your pet or animals in care. We hope to answer the questions you have about pre-killed, frozen rodents.
Feeding (Frozen) Killed Vs. Live Prey
Maybe one of your concerns is that your animal won’t be eating in the same fashion as they would in the wild. The truth is, they are not in the wild, they are now in a captive state. This is something an owner knows and understands, or else their interest wouldn’t have led them to acquire a pet.
How Often Should You Feed Your Snake? - Creating A Feeding Schedule
In this guide, we provide guidelines to help you create a safe and healthy feeding schedule for your snake.
Guide To Choosing Feeder Mice
Learn more about the different variations of feeder mouse. Use this guide to decide which weight and length your next purchase of frozen feeder mice will be, and match your feeder correctly to the size of your pet. Making the smart, educated decisions before you purchase makes for an easier decision, as well as an easier feeding for you and the animal.
Nutrient Composition of Whole Vertebrate Prey
In this article you will learn more about the individual nutrient composition for each of our many fresh-frozen rodent products. If there is a nutritional gap in the animal’s current diet, find a way to fill that gap with various frozen rodents such as quail, guinea pigs or chicks. Remember to talk to your pet’s veterinarian before making major changes in its diet.
What To Expect At A Reptile Show
Before you go to your first, or next reptile show, learn more about what to expect and how you can prepare. Also, find a list of local reptile shows near you so you can plan to attend.
Did you know that in addition to learning about your animal and care giving tips, RodentPro.com is the leader in offering frozen mice, frozen rats, frozen quail and more frozen feeders.