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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Product is fine. Shipping was atrocious!
Ordered this with another item. The package in which it came was a reused box that had been haphazardly taped closed. It was smashed and the frog pellets were all over the place; in the packing tape and spilling out of the package. When I opened the package, the lid was off, the foil split and only a handful of pellets remained. I've since received a replacement from Amazon with no issue, although they wanted me to send back the original container. I just reused their useless box and taped it shut. Had UPS come to my door to pick it up. I was not about to go out of my way to return an item which Amazon did a poor packaging job on! The replacement showed up well packed and in perfect condition. What's going on Amazon? These drones in the warehouses might not be the best idea!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
A nice change from thawing out blood worms.
By L. R. Siegel
My arfrican dwarf frogs love them and on the days I am not in the mood to defrost frozen blood worms, it is the perfect meal for them. These guys are obviously very nearsighted so with its strong smell and sinking ability, they are usually able to find these granules. I wish there were a way to clump a whole bunch together and put them on the bottom because they scatter as they fall, which I know means that some are never found and don't get eaten and just gunk up the water. Anyway, as long as my froggies like it, I like it!
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We've had our two African Dwarf frogs for five years ...
We've had our two African Dwarf frogs for five years. We always ordered and fed them food from the place we bought the frogs. I decided to try this food. One of our two frogs died ten days later. (They can live up to 20 years). Could be a coincidence, but my gut says it was this food.