STOMP is freeze dried, a process that preserves the food while protecting the nutrients. It does NOT contain grains or other inflammatory ingredients commonly found in processed pet foods.
Why shouldn’t I feed dog food to my pet skunk?
Skunks have their own dietary needs that differ from other companion animals. Skunks do not have a dietary requirement for carbohydrates. STOMP, pet skunk food, is a low glycemic index food which means it is low in carbohydrates. Most pet foods contain processed grains which are high in carbohydrates.
How is STOMP Skunk Food different from kibble?
Kibble is hard. Skunks have less teeth than dogs do and the kibble takes up a larger surface area in the skunk’s mouth. There largest molar is about the diameter of the eraser end of a pencil. Forcing them to crush a hard food will damage their teeth which is painful and may lead to other health conditions. STOMP is firm but not hard like kibble. It is larger than kibble and will help keep the teeth clean.
My skunk likes to eat and the portion size seems small?
While you do have to adjust portions for size and activity level, STOMP Skunk Food is nutrient dense so small portions are recommended. Junior skunks under 1 year will need larger portions than adult skunks. One 6 oz bag is 6 to 10 days of food for an adult skunk.
Can I feed this everyday?
Yes, STOMP is a complete nutrition diet for skunks. Skunks are scavengers by nature and we recommend feeding STOMP as part of a varied diet that includes other foods. For instance, breakfast could be sprouts or nuts and berries and STOMP served as the evening meal.
Where can I buy Stomp?
STOMP is currently available online on several of my websites including Just Skunks, justskunks.com, and Amazon. It is available at some pet stores and Veterinary offices too. The recommended retail price of STOMP Chicken is $13.99 and $14.99 for the duck. If you see it advertised at a higher price, it is possible that the seller is not an authorized reseller of the product.