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    Food Options

    I'm really interested in getting an ornate horned frog. However, I don't think I could ever feed them baby mice or rats. When it got large enough to eat this type of food, would worms, fish, etc meet its needs?






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    Re: Food Options

    There is no need to feed mice. You can offer insects such as crickets, superworms and roaches, fish and earthworms.

    They will take adult mice once they get to a full grown size and you can buy them frozen. Mine takes an adult f/t mouse with no problem. Mice are not a staple, more of a once every few months, but not needed for a healthy diet.
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