Feeder Rats

Feeder Rats & Mice

As obligate carnivores, snakes and reptiles generally need to eat whole animals to get the right amount of nutrients. Though snakes and reptiles have tried-and-true methods for hunting, subduing and eating prey out in the wild, feeding them as pets requires suitable procedures and best practices—because maintaining the safety of you, your pet and the prey is a top concern. Helping to keep your scaly pets happy means providing them with the highest quality frozen feeder rats. 

Smaller or younger snakes usually eat twice each week, while larger, more mature snakes typically eat once every week or two. Female snakes approaching breeding season can be fed more frequently. Your veterinarian can give you more specific advice about feeding based on your snake’s individual requirements.
Snakes should be trained to eat dead prey. It is more humane for the prey and safer for the snake. Snakes can be offered either thawed, previously frozen prey, or freshly killed ones. You do not have to kill the prey yourself, as most pet stores will supply freshly killed or frozen rodents to feed.


  • Frozen Rat Pinkie $2.19
  • Frozen Rat Fuzzie $2.19
  • Frozen Rat Pup/Crawler $2.99
  • Frozen Rat Small $4
  • Frozen Rat Med $6.50
  • Frozen Rat Large $9
  • Frozen Mouse Pinkie $1.29
  • Frozen Mouse Fuzzy $1.29
  • Frozen Mouse Hopper $1.49
  • Frozen Mouse Adult $2.59
  • Frozen Rabbit $4.50/lb
  • Frozen Guinea Pig $8.50


  • Live Rat Pinkie $2.19
  • Live Rat Fuzzie $2.19
  • Live Rat Pup/Crawler $2.99
  • Live Rat Small $4
  • Live Rat Med $6.50
  • Live Rat Large $9
  • Live Mouse Pinkie $1.29
  • Live Mouse Fuzzy $1.29
  • Live Mouse Hopper $1.49
  • Live Mouse Adult $2.59

This list and it’s prices are subject to change as we’re always looking to add new products.

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