Frozen chicks, mice and rats are ideal for carnivorous reptiles and birds.
Frozen chicks are a day old. Frozen mice and rats are available in a variety of sizes. Pinkies at just 1-2g, to jumbo mice at greater than 35g. Rats pups at less than 10g, to large rats at 250-400g.
Frozen rats due to their larger size may be preferred by larger feeders.
Frozen day old chicks are packed in 5, 8 or 16 bags of 50. Frozen mice come in packs of 50 or 100. Frozen rats come in packs of 25 or 50.
How Do We Feed Frozen Chicks, Mice & Rats To Our Pets?
Frozen food is a safe and convenient way to feed your pet. It removes the risk of injury that can occur with live prey, and can be kept frozen for up to 6 months
Please don’t feed the frozen food still frozen! Thaw the frozen food thoroughly and slightly warm in warm water. It is especially important to ensure food is room temperature or warmer for cold-blooded feeders. Warming the food will also make it smell more, making it more attractive to eat.
The best way to defrost items is to put the items that are required in a clean plastic bag, and place them in a refrigerator overnight or soak in warm water.