Keep in mind that water temperature will affect your Axolotl’s appetite. Care should be taken to not allow the water temperature to drop below 16 degrees C or rise above 24 degrees C. Less feeding is required at lower temperature and more feeding at higher temperatures.
Feeding once a day is usually sufficient for a growing Axolotl. A fully grown Axolotl may only require feeding every second day with a water Temperature of 18 degrees C.
To feed your Axolotl, simply press out the frozen cube of food and drop it straight into the water so that it falls very near to the Axolotl’s mouth. The cube will quickly thaw and the Axolotl will be able to graze from it.
When the Axolotl has finished feeding, usually after 5 to 10 minutes, use a fine net or a siphon tube to remove any remaining food from the tank to maintain good water quality.