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Rats 600g+
Rats 600g+
Rats 600g+
Rats 600g+

Rats 600g+

  • Frozen rats 600g+. Snake food, whole prey for dogs and cats [Package: 5 pieces]
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Frozen Rats 600g+. Food for Snakes, Whole Prey for Dogs and Cats

The frozen rats sold in our store specializing in whole prey and animal feed are an excellent choice as food for snakes and wild predatory birds. The quality of our feed for reptiles is determined by many factors: from the highest standards of breeding feeder rats, through modern methods of freezing and storing frozen rodents, to professional shipping in dry ice.

For snakes, such as pythons and boa imperators, the feed available in our store, including rats for purchase, provides an excellent source of protein and fat. Thanks to proven methods of rearing, freezing, and storing feeder rodents, our frozen rats retain all the nutritional values so precious and important for the health of your animals.

Frozen Rats as Feed for Cats and Dogs

Our rats are not only frozen food for snakes. Rats and mice available in our whole prey store are also an excellent choice as food for cats and dogs. Whole prey, such as our frozen rats and mice, provide dogs and cats with all the necessary nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, which are essential for maintaining their health and condition.

Frozen Rat in the Whole Prey Diet for Dogs

The quality and price of our rats make them of interest not only as food for snakes but also as whole prey for dogs. For dog owners looking for a way to provide their pets with a healthy and natural diet, similar to what their wild cousins eat in nature, feeder rats from our whole prey store are an excellent choice.

Whole Prey for Dogs — New Research in Poland and Worldwide

A diet based on rodents (including rats and mice) is close to the natural way of feeding wild dogs and wolves, as confirmed by research. One study, for example, showed that wild dogs hunting rodents compete for food with Ethiopian wolves. More on this topic can be read in the article "Is Wildlife Going to the Dogs? Impacts of Feral and Free-Roaming Dogs on Wildlife Populations".

According to research published in the Journal of Vertebrate Biology, rodents of various sizes may constitute 1% to 6% of the diet of wolves. This means that for a medium-sized dog, rodent consumption could amount to 70g to 420g per week. A study conducted in Poland and published on ResearchGate (Free-Ranging Domestic Dogs (Canis familiaris) in Central Poland: Density, Penetration Range, and Diet Composition) showed that wild dogs may consume 6% to 10% of their diet in the form of rodents, which translates to 420g to 700g per week for a medium-sized dog.

Moreover, a global analysis of the diet of wolves, also published on ResearchGate (Food habits of the world's grey wolves) indicates that rodents may constitute up to 20% of their diet. Furthermore, researchers note that wolves are able to feed exclusively on birds, rodents, and other small mammals, which would mean the possibility of recreating such a diet in domestic conditions, using only whole prey as food for dogs.

In light of these studies, our 600g+ rats as part of a whole prey diet are an ideal choice for dog owners who want to provide their pets with food similar to what their wild relatives eat. This not only supports natural dietary habits but also contributes to better health and well-being for dogs.

Whole Prey for Dogs as an Alternative to BARF/Raw

Whole prey rats can be the basis of the diet or a variety for dogs on a BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food) or RAW diet, as well as those consuming commercial dog foods. Thanks to the competitive price of rats and the ease of feeding, owners who choose whole prey gain an easy way to ensure a healthy diet for their pets.

Ordering, Delivery, Storage, and Feeding of Rats as Food for Dogs

Novices in the field of whole prey for dogs often ask themselves where to buy a feeder rat. The answer is simple. As with snake food, here too, you should purchase a rat in a specialized store offering whole prey and animal feed. The price of a rat added to the cart in a store like ours reflects the quality of our frozen rodents, raised in feeder breeding farms with the highest standards.

The online sale of frozen rodents is our specialty, which guarantees pet guardians that we know what we are doing. Our frozen rats and mice reach customers' homes in a shipment with dry ice, usually frozen to the bone. Ethical methods of slaughter and a proven process of deep freezing mean that our frozen rats and mice are easy to store in the freezer and even easier to portion, taking individual pieces out of the package.

Before serving the rodent as food for dogs, the rat should be thawed, and then served whole or divided into parts in the case of whole prey for smaller dogs.

Analytical Ingredients:

  • Moisture 61.4%
  • Crude Ash 6.8%
  • Protein 29.4%
  • Crude Fat 14.7%

***Deeply Frozen Product***

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