No but I do plan on using a turkey baster. I want to let some freeze dried bloodworms, let it sit for a while in a cup. Then use the turkey baster to get as close as I can to the frogs.Have you tried offering bloodworms with tweezers?
My friends dwarf frogs used to take a bloodworm straight from the tweezer. It's also how I feed one of my leopard geckos who can't hunt very well. With the tweezers you have better control to try to get the frog to go for it. You could try the baster and see if your frog gets any, but if not, try the tweezers and hang it right in his face.No but I do plan on using a turkey baster.
Tweezers or the long plant tweezers for tanks work great. (When you can find the frog to them that is)No but I do plan on using a turkey baster. I want to let some freeze dried bloodworms, let it sit for a while in a cup. Then use the turkey baster to get as close as I can to the frogs.
You need someone who knows about frog issues specifically. Two frogs are underweight and spitting food? How long have you had them? I would suspect illness....Well I put a cube of frozen blood worms in a cup filled with water that came with from the aquarium. I then stirred it up then used a turkey baster to introduce the blood worms over the two frogs. The only problem is that it keeps spiting up the bloodworms. Is there anything I can do to solve this?
They should be able to take a frozen bloodworm....they are not babies?I've had them for over a month, and I suspect that they are spiting up food because it is too much to take in at once. I just want to have a third persons perception on this.
They will spit out things too big to swallow.They should be able to take a frozen bloodworm....they are not babies?
Are they actually spitting and leaving the worm? Do they sip on it at all, like do they try to eat it?
When you feed your frog pellets how many do you feed? How often?My new guy loves frozen Bloodworms but he seems to like Frozen Mysis Shrimp even better. So far he tries to eat anything he thinks he can swallow, including pellets that he eats gradually as they soften. I just drop the food in and he eventually grabs it. He might crawl right over it a couple of times before actually finding it. I guess they're not very good hunters.
Cool video! How many pellets do you feed per fog? How many worms per frog? how many shrimp per frog?I feed mine every other day once full grown, alternating Bug Bites pellets with frozen worms or shrimp, and occasionally floating pellets like Reptomin which they enjoy going after.
Thanks! I've never really counted the amount of pellets, they're pretty tiny, more like crumbles. But they probably eatCool video! How many pellets do you feed per fog? How many worms per frog? how many shrimp per frog?