I'm just wondering.

  1. K

    Katesfish New Member Member

    I was just wondering about this. My fish, Frank, spits out his food. Like, I feed him a pellet, and he'll go for it, chew it a little, and then spit it back out. I know he's not full, because he always goes back for it, and eventually swallows it. There isn't a problem, but I was just wondering why he might do this. Thanks!
  2. L

    Lexi03 Well Known Member Member

    He may be waiting for it to get soft. Or he could just be playing with his food. You can try soaking the pellet in a bit of tank water to soften it a bit before feeding, and see if he still does it.

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  3. m

    mrgoogls Valued Member Member

    it could very well be what lexi has said. he might just want it softer. try that, if that doesnt work, then i dont know:D it is probably that or just playing with it:) does he do that with other food like frozen shrimp or worms?
  4. tpasser2

    tpasser2 Valued Member Member

    I agree with what Lexi said. It's probably better for digestion as well if it gets softer first.