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We rescued tadpole and two tiny baby frogs from a drying up puddle. We set up an aquarium and hoped they would be ok. The frog/tadpole pellets sink and puff up. The little tadpoles recognize them as food and gather round to munch! According to our reading this can be tricky for the little guys to adapt to food. They are growing legs. So yes! Food seems to be working well.
My daughter's new dwarf frog loves this food! It's also nutritious, will buy again.
Bought for my African dwarf frogs. These pellets were a little too large for them, but my catfish loves them!
He loves this stuff and I use it to supplement his diet in addition to night crawlers/red wrigglers
It took a little bit of time for her to get used to eating the pellets, but now she looks forward to dinnertime every day!
Little "E" seems to enjoy the pellets; I also use unfavored gelatine to thicken the pellets. Therefore it makes it a little easier to feed him with tweezers.
It's difficult writing a review for food when everyone's pets are so different! Other reviews said their African dwarf frogs ate it but mine won't! They have a hard time finding it but when they do, they just spit them out after a second. I think they may not like it because it's too hard. I'm sure it might be great for bigger frogs!
My dwarf frogs does not like this food it just sit in there dish turns to a moldie yuck
The food seems to smell attractive enough to my frog, but too large for her to eat. She's a full grown African dwarf frog, but doesn't seem to know what to do with it. I've been feeding another, much smaller sinking pellet, so perhaps that's what she's used to. I will continue to try feeding this and will update if any change.
They love this. It lasts a long time. It is a great Value!!!