item: 5147699 By Arctic Mice

Arctic Mice Frozen Pinkie Mice

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  • Raised in a sanitary environment
  • Formula fed to provide superior nutrition for reptiles
  • Readily accepted by snakes and carnivorous lizards
  • Safe and easy to feed frozen rodents
  • Packaged in a zip lock bag for fresh storage
  • Reptile Nutrition Series

    • Free of mites, ticks, and internal parasites
    • Raised in a sanitary laboratory environment
    • Formula fed to provide superior nutrition for reptiles
    • Readily accepted by snakes and carnivorous lizards
    • Available year-round
    • Safe and easy to feed frozen rodents

    Preparation and feeding instructions

    • Snakes should not be handled before feeding
    • Snakes should always be fed separately
    • Place a frozen rodent bag in a cup of warm water for 30 minutes to thaw. Do not microwave
    • Once the rodent is completely thawed, grasp it by the tail with feeding tongs and present it to the snake
    • A little wiggling of the rodent may be needed to simulate life and encourage a feeding response
    • Release the rodent once the snake strikes and acquires
    • Always wash hands after handling the rodents

    Frequency of feeding depends on the species; check with your vet or a PetSmart associate for advice.

    Caution:
    Offer rodent on Tongs to avoid accidental bites from your reptile.

    Nutritional Analysis
    As a percentage of dry matter

    Mice
    Crude Protein(min) - 44%
    Crude Fat(min) - 17%
    Crude Fiber(max) - 2%
    Ash(max) - 11.8%
    Moisture(max) - 80%

     

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    Arctic Mice Frozen Pinkie Mice is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product My ball python loves these mice. They come packaged in dry ice so they stay frozen even if you cant get your mail right away. No problems with these mice so far.
    Date published: 2017-12-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Could be improved... I would only recommend this product because there are no alternatives that I have found yet. I spend 20 bucks for 6 and there have been times my mice have been smaller than a jelly bean and other times I have received only 5 mice! For the price of these things they should really practice better quality assurance inspections. I guess I could have taken them back but I don't usually have enough time to do so.
    Date published: 2015-04-13
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from snake didnt want them my snake didnt eat them and it thawed out behind his rock and rotted. i heard people can eat them so i had a couple in my soup and they werent bad.
    Date published: 2019-02-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing These pinkies are super cheap, and me and my snake love them!
    Date published: 2019-07-06
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    What size are the pinkies? It doesn't say anywhere.

    Asked by: alicia123
    They are about 1 inch
    Answered by: abbyrose43
    Date published: 2019-06-30

    Are these an appropriate size for a baby corn snake? If so what is the rule of thumb in feeding it? Thank you to anyone that can help! Have a nice day.

    Asked by: MM02
    Feeding snakes is pretty simple. Your mice need to be almost the same width as the widest part of your snake. If The mouse is smaller, feed it bigger mice. If your mouse is bigger, you need smaller mice
    Answered by: abbyrose43
    Date published: 2019-07-03

    How many pinkies should I feed my corn snake to equal one fuzzy one ? Bought the wrong ones

    Asked by: Jackie768
    Well first of all if your snake is the same width as the mouse you are feeding it, it is an appropriate size. If you need to feed it a bigger size, get bigger mice
    Answered by: abbyrose43
    Date published: 2019-07-03

    Can I buy individually sold frozen pinkies in the store?

    Asked by: Aria131828
    Yes, depending on the location! There should be a small freezer with frozen fish food and mice in it near the cricket counter.
    Answered by: Current Employee
    Date published: 2019-03-19

    Do these come individually frozen? If I order 6, do they each come in 6 small bags inside 1 big bag?

    Asked by: Maggie M
    Maybe for the smaller quantities, but the 50 I just ordered came all In one bag. Kinda disappointed.
    Answered by: Lpaq9
    Date published: 2019-01-17

    What size/age corn snake would these be good for?

    Asked by: SalemII
    Depends on the size of your snake
    Answered by: Shoulderbanney
    Date published: 2018-12-06

    Are these safe for cats to eat?

    Asked by: Haroujshi
    Of course, they are specifically for pets to eat. Its just these are more ideal for reptiles. I am going to be buying some for a snake I am getting soon.
    Answered by: SalemII
    Date published: 2019-01-21

    About how large are these mice? I know they’re called “Pinky Mice” but is that a size or the species of mouse? Also, are these an appropriate size for a small ball python?

    Asked by: Sarahlikessnakes
    The pinky mice are about 1-2 inches long, and it's simply just a nickname for the newborn mice because they don't have any hair yet. And for your ball python, a good rule of thumb for feeding is 1 appropriate sized prey item every 7 days approx, and it should be slightly larger then the thickest part of your Snake's girth. If she/he's a young snake, maybe start out with one adult mouse or a young rat and go up in size as they get older. Just never feed live prey!! Hope this helps :)
    Answered by: emmaweebs
    Date published: 2019-01-15
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