In this article, we will be answering the question what do you feed baby frogs? Between keeping frogs as actual pets in tanks in the home and having frogs in your garden pond, there seems to be a steady number of people reaching out for advice on what they can feed baby frogs. Obviously, there is a slight spike in interest depending on the seasons as there are more baby frogs around just after spawning times.
We have researched the topic and were unable to find any helpful resources so decided to make one of our own. Our hope is that this post will help any of our reader who either breed frogs, keep them as pets or have wild frogs in their garden pond.
Frog And Tadpole Food
Although Zoo Med Aquatic Frog & Tadpole Food fits a relatively small niche, it has a decent number of third-party reviews online left by independent frog owners who either currently are or recently have used the product. You can click here to read some of these reviews if you like to see how this has performed for others and get some additional opinions of it.
Question – Where is Zoo Med Aquatic Frog & Tadpole Food produced?
Answer – This product is made in the United States of America.
Question – Are any of the ingredients in Zoo Med Aquatic Frog & Tadpole Food sourced from China?
Answer – No, the ingredients for the product are sourced from North America.
Question – Where can I see an ingredients list for Zoo Med Aquatic Frog & Tadpole Food?
Answer – The image below shows the full ingredients list from the back of the tub.
- This report comments on how their daughter got a grow a frog kit and they mention there are about to enter stage two so needed something to feed baby frogs. They mention how they have used Zoo Med Aquatic Frog & Tadpole Food and they the feel the food is good quality.
- This report comments on how they struggled to find a frog food that would actually sink but Zoo Med Aquatic Frog & Tadpole Food is cheap, sinks and their frogs love it. They mention that they feel it is a great purchase and that they will buy more.
- This report comments on how they feel that Zoo Med Aquatic Frog & Tadpole Food is a very nutritional food for frogs. They also mention how their frog really likes it and that it is easy to feed to their frog.
- Although short this report confirms that both their tadpoles and baby frogs ate Zoo Med Aquatic Frog & Tadpole Food without issue.
The image below shows the full nutritional profile for Zoo Med Aquatic Frog & Tadpole Food direct from the side of the tub.
Although it is a relatively new product to the worldwide market, we recommend Josh’s Frogs Fruit Fly Cultures as they are easy to use, have an excellent reputation, and are very cheap for what you get. They have a steadily growing number of core customers who use the fruit flies from these cultures as a food source for their pets and you can read some reviews from these pet owners by clicking here.
Features And Benefits
Fruit flies make an ideal food source for various types of baby frogs due to their very small size and the fact they are an excellent source of nutrition for your pet. As they are a live culture you can keep the flies for an extended period of time while offering them to your baby frogs over the course of a few days to a few weeks or so depending on the number of baby frogs you are feeding.
Considering its small size and low price, you get a surprising number of highly nutritious flies in the product. They are easy to use to as you simply have to open the container, tilt it to the side slightly and tap on the side to knock some of the flies into your frog’s tank or into your pond meaning you don’t have to touch the flies if you don’t want to.
Question – Are there any restrictions on ordering Josh’s Frogs Fruit Fly Cultures?
Answer – Although it is not really a restriction, they do state that they are unable to guarantee the flies will arrive alive if you live in an area where temperatures dip below 20 degrees F or go above 85 degrees F during the delivery period.
Question – What kind of time frame can you expect the Josh’s Frogs Fruit Fly Cultures to keep producing flies for?
Answer – This depends on your location as temperature can be a big factor but there are many reports online of flies being produced by the culture for a number of weeks after delivery providing an ongoing food source.
Question – Can you add anything to Josh’s Frogs Fruit Fly Cultures to make it last longer?
Answer – We have not tried this yourself and were unable to find any reports from people who have done so. You could try contacting Josh and or his customer support staff for advice on how you would go about doing this.
- This report comments on how they cannot believe how many fruit flies they actually get out of one Josh’s Frogs Fruit Fly Culture and that they would highly recommend them. They mention how they rescued two baby frogs or froglets and that their frogs are thriving after being fed these flies.
- This report comments on how they use Josh’s Frogs Fruit Fly Cultures to feed their pet frogs but struggle to find them in their local area so get them on Amazon. They mention how they are one hundred percent satisfied with the product and that when it was delivered it was a full, healthy culture of flies that served as a good food source for their frogs.
- This report comments on how their Josh’s Frogs Fruit Fly Culture was producing hundreds of flies even after having it for a month. Although they use these flies as a food source for their mantis, they mention how they are easy to get out of the container and that they last a long time.