|Top Ingredients||River Shrimp||Adult Brine Shrimp, Fish Fillets, Krill (Euphasia Pacifica Plankton)...||Freeze Dried Bloodworms(Insect Larvae) Only||Salmon Meal, Dried Brine Shrimp, Brewers Dried Yeast...||Brine Shrimp|
|Fish Type||Tropical Freshwater||Betta, Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Marine Invertebrate, Tropical Freshwater|
My betta girl will not eat these. I tried breaking them into tiny pieces but she still spits them out. I've tried on several occasions. I've seen her attack and eat enormous pellets, but these freeze dried things are just not working for her. I'm hoping to be able to find someone local to take them.
Let me preface by saying that my fish are unbelievably picky, it is almost ridiculous. I bought this brand brine shrimp bc the other brand was out. I've done this before, bought a different brand of the same thing, and the fish didnt like it! Well, my fish LOVE this brand. So much so that I am leaving this review on their behalf.
Our fish love these , arrived as expected, great value
Great product, the fish love it. Chewy always sends great products and their communication is top notch. I highly recommend them for all of your pet needs
Good stuff bought mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Does not like this stuff. It's too crumbly and does not float.
I see a lot of others expected these to come in little bits rather than cubes, I knew what to expect though. The fish eat it just fine but it contains rather small brine shrimp that break up very easily, not a problem for nano fish. Also noticed what seemed like a "burnt" side to the cubes that didn't break up as easily in water. If I were to compare, I prefer the Omega One cubes as the individual shrimp are a fair bit larger and it doesn't crumble as easily when dry. Only thing these have on omega one is the higher protein content.
they appear to love it and it seems to brighten their color. also the dried food doesn't foul the water but then again they don't let anything float in there very long. that includes the fish that USED to try to live with them.