Frozen Colored Rats
- Do not handle reptile before offering feeder.
- Always feed reptiles separately.
- Place rodent bag in warm water until thawed. Do not microwave.
- When completely thawed, grasp the feeder with tongs and present to reptile.
- Feeding response may be encouraged by wiggling rodent.
- Release feeder when reptile strikes and acquires.
- Avoid the risk of bites: Always wash hands after handling feeder rodents.
- Never prepare or store frozen feeders where human food is prepared, stored, or consumed.
Reviews from people like you
Out of 5
Would recommend to a friend
Great weight gain
This girl was underweight .her weight is back up her colors are a lot brighter.
- Richard Srdich
- Orem, UT
Great service everytime
I have been ordering from Layne Labs for several years now. I have nothing but positive feedback on their business practices. I order hundreds of feeders from them regularly. Only had one order lost and they got me out another order as soon as I brought it to their attention. Customer service over the phone is tops. You can’t go wrong with these guys. Long time customer and will be for many more years to come.
- David O
- Sacramento, CA
- Reptile collector
Yes to Layne rats even in shed
Layne rats are just quality in product, packaging, and handling. I live in the middle of nowhere and can have delivery issues, rats arrived fully frozen and with dry ice to spare.
- Forest Lakes, AZ
Layne Labs offers the best quality frozen feeder you can buy. Layne Lab’s feeders are always fresh and clean. The feeders arrive in a timely manner and are well packaged and still frozen. I’ve purchased from several other sources, but Layne is by far the best.
- John M
- Holbrook, AZ