Axolotl Food from Amazon?

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Where I live none of the pet shops sell axolotl food and so I am stuck using the internet as my shopping cart. I was wondering if there is any well known/decently priced food that I can buy for my axies, the breeder I am buying them from is feeding them "nightcrawlers" currently and over time I am going to wain them off of the nightcrawlers and on to pellets.
 

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https://www.amazon.com/Invert-Aquat...=axolotl+food&qid=1562791362&s=gateway&sr=8-2

these are the pellets i use when my worm bin needs a break, warning: they smell like fish so much that the dog always begs when i pull them out :grin:
they soften pretty quick once they hit the water so i recommend using a siphon or turkey baster to remove any uneaten pellets, im still unsure about serving size so i feed about 5-8 pellets to my 6in juveniles depending on how hungry they seem.
 

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https://www.amazon.com/Invert-Aquat...=axolotl+food&qid=1562791362&s=gateway&sr=8-2

these are the pellets i use when my worm bin needs a break, warning: they smell like fish so much that the dog always begs when i pull them out :grin:
they soften pretty quick once they hit the water so i recommend using a siphon or turkey baster to remove any uneaten pellets, im still unsure about serving size so i feed about 5-8 pellets to my 6in juveniles depending on how hungry they seem.
Thank you for the link, I'll give them a try

I will also try any other pellets in other replies....
 

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Thank you for the link, I'll give them a try

I will also try any other pellets in other replies....
the axolotl subreddit is a little more active for these sort of questions, i think the popularity of axolotls has gone down in recent years so this site can be a bit of a ghost town.
 
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