Safari Stan’s Pet Center offers extensive Live and Frozen Feeders for a wide range of pets.


Frozen Food – Convenient supplement to live and fresh food. Helps to provide balanced nutrition.

Live Food – Live food such as crickets, mealworms, mice, and rats are a great source of protein as well as carbohydrates, fats, and fiber. It also provides a vehicle for giving your reptile vitamin supplements when dusted or gut loaded (see below). Many animals will only respond to the movement of live food.

Reptile Feeders

Live Foods Available:

  • Crickets Large and Small
  • Roaches
  • Wingless fruit flies
  • Meal Worms
  • Super Worms
  • Mice
  • Rats
  • Waxworms
  • Hornworms

Frozen Foods Available

  • Mice
  • Rats
  • We can special order larger feeders. Contact store for details.

Items of note:

  • Gut Load – You are what you eat, and so are reptiles. Crickets and meal worms lose all nutritional value within three days without food or water. Providing this to the crickets provides proper nutrition to your reptile.
  • Moisture Cubes – Crickets need water to survive and some type of moisture cube is a more reliable and hygienic way to provide for this.
  • Cricket Housing – Proper housing for your reptile’s crickets will help ensure that they survive until dinner time.
  • Fresh Food – Some reptiles require fresh fruits, vegetables and plant matter to thrive. Provides certain vitamins and minerals, as well as a source of moisture.
  • Vitamin/Calcium Supplement – Ensures your reptile gets proper nutrition in addition to normal diet.


Frozen Food – Provides variety of balance, a must for certain fish (a more natural food source). We carry a comprehensive line of Frozen Fish Foods.

Frozen Foods Available:

  • Brine Shrimp
  • Bloodworms
  • Krill
  • We have frozen foods for all carnivores and herbivores fish, both salt and freshwater.

Live Foods Available:

  • Tuffies
  • Goldfish

Staple Diet – Provides basic nutrition. We carry Aqueon, Tetra, API, and Fluval products.

Plant Based Diet – Provides roughage, good for omnivores (Live-bearers, Tetras, Barbs, etc.).

Specialty Food – For other specific needs and feeding habits (sinking foods discs).