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Feeding Your Pet Stingray - The Essentials of Maintaining a Varied Diet


Stingrays will eat a wide variety of foods. Maintaining a varied diet is extremely important in captive animals, as monocultural diets incur a risk of nutritional deficiencies. Stingrays are very active, and should be fed at least once a day, preferably twice or even three times daily. The daily diet can be varied in order to create some environmental enrichment as well as balanced nutrition for the rays.

First Foods
First foods for newly acquired rays should be blackworms or tubifex worms. These foods seem to be the most readily accepted, and are small enough to be inadvertently ingested either by mouth or through the spiracle, thereby giving the ray an opportunity to taste these possibly unfamiliar foods by chance. Foods that have been used for very small specimens, such as the teacup rays, are small insect larvae such as mosquito larvae, small shrimp known as ghost shrimp or glass shrimp, live adult brine shrimp, and blackworms. Chitinous foods such as shrimp provide less nutritional value than do soft-bodied foods, and so should not be used as sole food items.

The best way to be certain that your new stingray is feeding is to watch the spiracles as the ray passes over food on the bottom of the tank. If it is eating, you will see the spiracles opening and closing rapidly, or fluttering, as the food is ingested and water is passed from the mouth and out the spiracles. Once you observe a newly acquired ray readily feeding on black-worms or redworms introduce finely chopped night crawlers in small quantities. Once stingrays recognize these as food, most will readily eat them. Later, experiment with other types of food.

Types of Food

Live Foods
Feed live foods, including blackworms or tubifex worms, in quantities adequate to allow a small amount to be left in the tank so the rays can browse later. However, when cleaning the substrate, note whether a significant amount of living worms is present; blackworms and tubifex worms will colonize the substrate if not eaten and add to the nitrogenous waste production in the aquarium.

Nonlive, Nonaquatic Foods
Chopped earthworms, redworms, or night crawlers and any nonlive, nonaquatic foods should be fed in smaller quantities to prevent any overlooked food from decomposing in the tank. Keep in mind that stingrays have relatively small mouths-a 10-inch (25-cm) ray may have a mouth that is 1/2 to 3/4 inch (13 to 19 mm) wide, so chopped food items must be small enough to be eaten easily. If a ray ingests a piece of food and repeatedly spits it out and ingests it again, this usually indicates that the particle is too large. Some ray species, such as antenna rays, have extremely small mouths relative to their size.

Once acclimated, rays often develop techniques for eating larger pieces of food; for example, newly imported rays may have difficulty consuming even small chopped pieces of night crawlers. Eventually, however, they learn to eat an entire worm by sucking it into their oral cavity without chewing. Newly acquired rays also often ignore feeder goldfish but they quickly learn to chase down and consume feeders, even learning where they hide in the tank.

Commercially Prepared Foods
Stingrays may learn to eat other unfamiliar foods such as brine shrimp, pellet foods, or other commercially prepared foods. While there is probably no harm in offering these foods to rays, it is best to use fresh, live, or frozen foods as the dietary staple. Although stingrays often do not initially accept frozen or other nonliving foods, they may soon learn to eat these foods after they have been acclimated. A benefit of frozen foods is that they are less likely than live foods to introduce diseases or parasites.

Hand-feeding

Occasionally, a well-acclimated specimen will fail to gain weight, even though you are offering enough food. Several things may cause this problem; the most likely possibility is that it is not competing efficiently for food against other fish in the aquarium, or it may have a parasitic infestation. Stingrays occasionally do not seem to learn where foods can be found during feeding times, and are always in the wrong part of the tank during those times. In these cases, it is helpful to hand-feed such specimens. By this I do not mean feeding with your hands. Although some aquarists do this with stingrays, I do not recommend it because of the possibility of being accidentally stung. Remember that stingrays are wild animals, and no matter how accustomed your specimens become to your presence, it is impossible to always accurately predict their response to humans. Instead, you should always perform the hand-feeding of specimens with long forceps or a similar instrument. Stingrays generally avoid metal objects and appear to be frightened by metal; however, because they can sense metal, they will quickly learn that when there is a metal object in the aquarium, food is being offered. In this way, you can teach your stingray to feed directly from forceps, and selectively feed it more food.

Simply hold a night crawler (or a piece of night crawler) in the forceps, and hold the worm in the aquarium so that the ray can touch it with its fin. It should eat the worm immediately. After a few feedings in this manner, allow the forceps to touch the ray while it is eating the worm. It will quickly learn to associate the forceps with feeding and soon you will find that the ray will pounce on the forceps as soon as it touches it, eagerly looking for a treat!

How Much and How Often

The key to having well-fed stingrays in your aquarium is providing plenty of food. Unlike most fish that swim quietly between feedings, stingrays search constantly for food, looking under and around tank ornaments, moving driftwood, rocks, filters, and even other fish! This high activity level translates to a high metabolic rate, which means that while searching for food rays continue to burn energy. If they use up energy looking for food, but do not find any, they will lose weight. To compensate for this loss of energy, it is essential to provide adequate food. I cannot stress this enough. Hobbyists sometimes tell me that they feed their rays three times weekly, thinking that this is adequate. Stingrays should be fed at least twice, and usually three times, daily. In spite of these frequent feedings, rays will still constantly look for food between feedings!

When feeding significant quantities of live feeder goldfish, it is wise to add vitamin B1 to the feeder supply. Goldfish contain the enzyme thiaminase, which destroys thiamin, or vitamin B1, and this vitamin must be replenished. It should be your practice to add one 50-mg tablet to each 500 gallons (1893 L) of water every two weeks. You can add the tablets directly to the sump of the wet-dry filter; or as an alternative, the tablets can be added directly to the tank.

Brendon Turner maintains The Animal Gazette - a weekly edition of helpful articles for pet owners. Visit AnimalGazette.com for information about cats, dog breeds and tropical fish.


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  1. Helping pets cope with quarantine, and reopening  Jill Lopez
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Animal control reminds everyone not to leave pets in vehicles  WWBT NBC12 News

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Extreme heat is here; protect people and pets  Las Cruces Bulletin

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Pets of the Week at Pasadena Humane Society – Pasadena Weekendr  Pasadena Now

Column: Don't rubber-stamp misguided pet policy - Milford Daily News
Column: Don't rubber-stamp misguided pet policy  Milford Daily News

Pets of the week: Ruger and Gertie are ready to come home with you - MLive.com
Pets of the week: Ruger and Gertie are ready to come home with you  MLive.com

East Bay pets of the week for July 17 - East Bay Times
East Bay pets of the week for July 17  East Bay Times

Pets of the Week: July13 - The Herald-News
Pets of the Week: July13  The Herald-News

Puppy starter kits can help when furry friend comes home - Quad-Cities Online
Puppy starter kits can help when furry friend comes home  Quad-Cities Online

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Ever Thought About Getting Pet Insurance? It Just May Be Worth It  POPSUGAR

Campaign aims to screen 2000 pets for diabetes - VeterinaryPracticeNews.com
Campaign aims to screen 2000 pets for diabetes  VeterinaryPracticeNews.com

How to protect your pets at the groomer - KTSM 9 News
How to protect your pets at the groomer  KTSM 9 News

Local business helps pets who need hospice care at home - WKRC TV Cincinnati
Local business helps pets who need hospice care at home  WKRC TV Cincinnati

All About Pets: Thunder, fear and solutions - Prescott Daily Courier
All About Pets: Thunder, fear and solutions  Prescott Daily Courier

Dangers of extreme heat for children, pets - CBS19.tv KYTX
Dangers of extreme heat for children, pets  CBS19.tv KYTX

Take 'Mugshots' of Your Pets in Case They Get Lost - Lifehacker
Take 'Mugshots' of Your Pets in Case They Get Lost  Lifehacker

Become a Pet Trainer in the Newest Mabinogi “P.E.T.” Update Arriving on July 16 - Business Wire
Become a Pet Trainer in the Newest Mabinogi “P.E.T.” Update Arriving on July 16  Business Wire

Brexit Border Bureaucracy Looms for Truckers, Pet Owners and Travelers - The New York Times
Brexit Border Bureaucracy Looms for Truckers, Pet Owners and Travelers  The New York Times

6 tips to keep pets safe during storm season - Niagara Frontier Publications
6 tips to keep pets safe during storm season  Niagara Frontier Publications

PET OF THE WEEK, JULY 13, 2020: MEET LUNA - wvua23.com
PET OF THE WEEK, JULY 13, 2020: MEET LUNA  wvua23.com

N.J. pets in need: July 13, 2020 - nj.com
N.J. pets in need: July 13, 2020  nj.com

To prepare your pets for the end of working from home, start right now - Mashable SE Asia
To prepare your pets for the end of working from home, start right now  Mashable SE Asia

Pets of the Week: July 11, 2020 - Washington Daily News - thewashingtondailynews.com
Pets of the Week: July 11, 2020 - Washington Daily News  thewashingtondailynews.com

Dumb Friends League Adoptable Pets Week of: July 13 | YourHub - The Know
Dumb Friends League Adoptable Pets Week of: July 13 | YourHub  The Know

European Travel Post Brexit: Pets, Passports, Insurance And More - Forbes
European Travel Post Brexit: Pets, Passports, Insurance And More  Forbes

MADACC: How to keep your pets safe in the heat this summer - WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee
MADACC: How to keep your pets safe in the heat this summer  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

Anti-Cruelty Society Will Do Pet Portraits Of Your Fuzzy Friend This Week - Block Club Chicago
Anti-Cruelty Society Will Do Pet Portraits Of Your Fuzzy Friend This Week  Block Club Chicago

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Leaving pets in a hot car can cost you in Rhinelander  WSAU News

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Knife-Wielding Polish Man Flees Into Woods, Hoping to Keep Pet Puma  The New York Times

Give up the pets or go homeless; Ashland resident speaks out about breed restrictions - KTVL
Give up the pets or go homeless; Ashland resident speaks out about breed restrictions  KTVL

PHOTOS: Gwinnett Animal Shelter Adoptable Pets of the Week -- July 13 - Gwinnettdailypost.com
PHOTOS: Gwinnett Animal Shelter Adoptable Pets of the Week -- July 13  Gwinnettdailypost.com

Green Algae Concerns For Minn. Pets - WCCO | CBS Minnesota
Green Algae Concerns For Minn. Pets  WCCO | CBS Minnesota

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Boulevard Veterinary Clinic Pet of the Week: Rubble  TAPinto.net

Pet Doc: How to keep your pets safe if you test positive for COVID-19 - WJHL-TV News Channel 11
Pet Doc: How to keep your pets safe if you test positive for COVID-19  WJHL-TV News Channel 11

Pet Project 2020: Pets available for adoption in Massachusetts on July 10 - masslive.com
Pet Project 2020: Pets available for adoption in Massachusetts on July 10  masslive.com

PET OF THE WEEK, JULY 12, 2020: MEET DANNY - wvua23.com
PET OF THE WEEK, JULY 12, 2020: MEET DANNY  wvua23.com

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Fire reported in Kanawha County, several pets unable to escape  WSAZ

AAC’s virtual event supports homeless pets - Buckrail
AAC’s virtual event supports homeless pets  Buckrail

Report: separation from pets can be 'ruff' when owner returns to work - Times Daily
Report: separation from pets can be 'ruff' when owner returns to work  Times Daily

Fresno-based pet food treat company expands online during pandemic - KFSN-TV
Fresno-based pet food treat company expands online during pandemic  KFSN-TV

Happy Tails Pet Hotel and Daycare Open to the 'Pup-lic' – Ellwood City, PA news - EllwoodCity.org
Happy Tails Pet Hotel and Daycare Open to the 'Pup-lic' – Ellwood City, PA news  EllwoodCity.org

This July discount can help Houston’s senior pets find ‘fur’-ever homes, you a new friend - KPRC Click2Houston
This July discount can help Houston’s senior pets find ‘fur’-ever homes, you a new friend  KPRC Click2Houston

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Covid-19 kept them separated from their pets for months. So they've chartered a plane to bring them home  CNN

Pet of the Week - The Daily Advocate
Pet of the Week  The Daily Advocate

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People may have kept pet cats 1,000 years ago, fossil finding suggests  CNET

Pet Tales: Helping domestic violence centers that shelter pets, too - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Pet Tales: Helping domestic violence centers that shelter pets, too  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pet Gal Kona expands to brings its expertise to North Hawaii pet owners - West Hawaii Today
The Pet Gal Kona expands to brings its expertise to North Hawaii pet owners  West Hawaii Today

Pet of the Week: The Adventures of Calvin - WOAI
Pet of the Week: The Adventures of Calvin  WOAI

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Empty the Shelters: Pet adoption fees reduced this weekend  WDIV ClickOnDetroit

Mobile veterinary services tend to Tenderloin's homeless pet population - SFGate
Mobile veterinary services tend to Tenderloin's homeless pet population  SFGate

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Seeing Pets as Human  Psychology Today

150-pound pet tortoise Solomon on the loose in Cheatham County - Clarksville Now
150-pound pet tortoise Solomon on the loose in Cheatham County  Clarksville Now

Pet food giveaway held in Newville - ABC27
Pet food giveaway held in Newville  ABC27

Grand Prairie is waiving pet adoption fees - The Dallas Morning News
Grand Prairie is waiving pet adoption fees  The Dallas Morning News

Pet Teams celebrate pet therapy graduation at Gulfport Memorial Hospital - WXXV News 25
Pet Teams celebrate pet therapy graduation at Gulfport Memorial Hospital  WXXV News 25

Pet Adoption League founder arrested after struggle at Yukon shelter - TribLIVE
Pet Adoption League founder arrested after struggle at Yukon shelter  TribLIVE

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Mystery illness has Arp pet owners worried  KLTV

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A photographer's inventive dog portraits show just how human-like our pets can be - Insider  INSIDER

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Pet hospitals say they’re seeing a big increase in parvovirus cases this year  WSB Atlanta

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Pepin's Pet Projects: Tips on easing pets into the "new" normal as you return to work  WCYB

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Pet of the Week: “Blue” might just be the cure for your blues  WKRG News 5

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Wimauma Pet Rescue Seeks Donations For Animals In Need During COVID-19  Osprey Observer

Eight people displaced after Jefferson City fire, two pets died - krcgtv.com
Eight people displaced after Jefferson City fire, two pets died  krcgtv.com

Adopt a Pet, Get Free Pizza for One Year - New Times Broward-Palm Beach
Adopt a Pet, Get Free Pizza for One Year  New Times Broward-Palm Beach

CDC gives recommendations on keeping pets safe from COVID-19 - KYTV
CDC gives recommendations on keeping pets safe from COVID-19  KYTV

As weather grows hotter, pets could be at risk - Carolinacoastonline
As weather grows hotter, pets could be at risk  Carolinacoastonline

Meet Tyson, FOX8’s Pet of the Week - WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro
Meet Tyson, FOX8’s Pet of the Week  WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

What you need to do before bringing home a new pet - The Washington Post
What you need to do before bringing home a new pet  The Washington Post

MADACC reminds pet owners of heat stroke symptoms, provides prevention tips - WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee
MADACC reminds pet owners of heat stroke symptoms, provides prevention tips  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

Pet Owners Struggling To Reunite With Their Furry Family Members Amid The Pandemic - NPR
Pet Owners Struggling To Reunite With Their Furry Family Members Amid The Pandemic  NPR

Adorable & Adoptable–Pets of the Week: Teton, Smokey, & Calypso - SweetwaterNOW.com
Adorable & Adoptable–Pets of the Week: Teton, Smokey, & Calypso  SweetwaterNOW.com

How To Ease Separation Anxiety For Pets Being Left Alone For First Time In Months - Block Club Chicago
How To Ease Separation Anxiety For Pets Being Left Alone For First Time In Months  Block Club Chicago

Fireworks and Pets: How to Keep Them Safe and Calm - The Weather Channel
Fireworks and Pets: How to Keep Them Safe and Calm  The Weather Channel

Apartment associations, RWAs cannot deny permission to have pets - The Hindu
Apartment associations, RWAs cannot deny permission to have pets  The Hindu

Pets: Rx for a happier life - The County
Pets: Rx for a happier life  The County

GALLERY: All American Pet Photo Day - WEAR
GALLERY: All American Pet Photo Day  WEAR

The Pets Left Behind by Covid-19 - The New York Times
The Pets Left Behind by Covid-19  The New York Times

Pet CBD Market Analysis Future Growth Study by 2028 – Cole of Duty - Cole of Duty
Pet CBD Market Analysis Future Growth Study by 2028 – Cole of Duty  Cole of Duty

A Chinese vase from a pet-filled home just sold for $9 million - Insider - INSIDER
A Chinese vase from a pet-filled home just sold for $9 million - Insider  INSIDER

Pet of the Week: Dakota - newschannel20.com
Pet of the Week: Dakota  newschannel20.com

WATCH NOW: Pet owners and outdoor workers advised to take precautions as heat wave hits Dan River Region - GoDanRiver.com
WATCH NOW: Pet owners and outdoor workers advised to take precautions as heat wave hits Dan River Region  GoDanRiver.com

Adopt-A-Pet Dog of the Week: Choco - ThurstonTalk
Adopt-A-Pet Dog of the Week: Choco  ThurstonTalk

These 17 pets would love to share space with you: June 27-28 - SILive.com
These 17 pets would love to share space with you: June 27-28  SILive.com

Pet of the Week is a Labrador retriever - The San Diego Union-Tribune
Pet of the Week is a Labrador retriever  The San Diego Union-Tribune

Pet of the Week: Fuzz - Arizona Daily Sun
Pet of the Week: Fuzz  Arizona Daily Sun

Brooklyn 99: Every Pet Owned By The Team | Screen Rant - Screen Rant
Brooklyn 99: Every Pet Owned By The Team | Screen Rant  Screen Rant

Pet of the Week: Jake - Arizona Daily Sun
Pet of the Week: Jake  Arizona Daily Sun

Area pet services see revenues return to pre-pandemic levels - INFORUM
Area pet services see revenues return to pre-pandemic levels  INFORUM

Vet warns pet owners after husky gets cannabis and possible cocaine poisoning - CBC.ca
Vet warns pet owners after husky gets cannabis and possible cocaine poisoning  CBC.ca

Publix now fills pet prescriptions - Grocery Dive
Publix now fills pet prescriptions  Grocery Dive

Keep your pets safe this weekend with these fireworks safety tips - Clarksville Now
Keep your pets safe this weekend with these fireworks safety tips  Clarksville Now

Shelter Tails Seniors adopting senior pets - Times Herald-Record
Shelter Tails Seniors adopting senior pets  Times Herald-Record

N.J. pets in need: July 6, 2020 - nj.com
N.J. pets in need: July 6, 2020  nj.com

These Are The Most Pet-Friendly Airlines In Europe - Simple Flying
These Are The Most Pet-Friendly Airlines In Europe  Simple Flying

Cat Food Recall: Natural Balance Pet Foods pulled for potential deadly side effects - positivelyosceola.com
Cat Food Recall: Natural Balance Pet Foods pulled for potential deadly side effects  positivelyosceola.com

Warning letter sent to pet food firm after inspectors find Salmonella, E. coli, Listeria - Food Safety News
Warning letter sent to pet food firm after inspectors find Salmonella, E. coli, Listeria  Food Safety News

Police urge caution when buying pets online after resident falls for kitten scam - OrilliaMatters
Police urge caution when buying pets online after resident falls for kitten scam  OrilliaMatters

ChIA-PIPE: A fully automated pipeline for comprehensive ChIA-PET data analysis and visualization - Science Advances
ChIA-PIPE: A fully automated pipeline for comprehensive ChIA-PET data analysis and visualization  Science Advances

4 Things to Consider Before Adopting a Pet - PRNewswire
4 Things to Consider Before Adopting a Pet  PRNewswire

'We need our pets now more than ever': Phoenix rescue animals find homes during COVID-19 - AZCentral
'We need our pets now more than ever': Phoenix rescue animals find homes during COVID-19  AZCentral

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