Frozen salmon

nivar

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I've been feeding my tigers frozen salmon for a year now. The first thing you need to do is buy a salmon fillet then cut a piece cook it and eat it, if it’s not bony then its safe (don’t cook for the salamanders). While frozen you can cut some pieces the size of an almond, run under some warm water then you’re ready to feed. You can use your fingers or plastic tweezers. This is ok 1 time a week. I have 4 tigers and 1 fillet lasts about 6 months
 
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kaysie

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Meagan, based on your other posts, I'd say your supply of food options is rather limited.

If you use fresh salmon, then it's probably ok. But using frozen/thawed fish can lead to issues with thyroxine (I think. Ed?).
 
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It's thiamine that's deficient in some fish, but I can't remember which kinds of fish. As a general rule, any kind of pure muscle tissue, whether it's fish filet, beef heart, whatever, is likely to be deficient in some nutrients. It's OK as an occasional food, but I wouldn't recommend it as a staple.
 
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