Contains a healthy blend of insect protein and vegetable sources. Does not require refrigeration. Can be formed into a paste, slurry, or gel. Fortified with essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients.
Recommended jellied preparation can be messy. Some reptiles not attracted to mix.
Fruit is freeze-dried, very shelf stable. Requires simple rehydration. Appeals to small mammals as well. Packed with essential vitamins and nutrients. Works as a stand-alone treat or as a supplement to other reptile foods.
Does not appeal to all species, only omnivores. Some digestive issues reported.
Emphasis on insect protein is appealing to most geckos. Amino acid profile ideal for small reptiles. Combination of freeze-dried fruits and organic insects. Generous 8-ounce bag is shelf-stable.
Some individual ingredients, particularly fruit, may not appeal to all reptiles.
Reduces the need to keep live prey on hand. Freeze-dried insects are shelf-stable. No rehydration required. Contains organic mealworms, grasshoppers, and crickets, no fruit or fillers. Appealing to insect-eating birds as well.
Some bearded dragons do not like freeze-dried prey. May not be suitable for omnivores.
Just like cats and dogs, pet reptiles also enjoy the occasional treat from their owners. The ingredient list of these snacks and foods, however, may be noticeably different. Instead of a grain-based flavored biscuit, a reptile snack often features freeze-dried worms, crickets, grasshoppers, and dehyrated fruit. These are the ideal ingredients for overall reptile and amphibian health, but not all lizard snacks are suitable for all species. Some reptiles are carnivores, while others are omnivores or even vegetarians. Matching the right type of food with the right species of reptile is crucial. We have created a shortlist of snacks and foods that most types of lizards, reptiles, and amphibians should find both nutritious and delicious.
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