Fluker's Freeze Dried Medley Bearded Dragon Treat
I originally had my beardie eating live mealworms but I don't like the idea of live worms in my house and he was having trouble eating them. Also, they were kind of on the expensive side. Then I got the mealworms in a can that had to be refrigerated, that didn't work out too well. They smelled disgusting and he wasn't eating them. So finally I got these and I'm glad it's not only mealworms, but grasshoppers and crickets as well. My beardie loves them sprinkled over his fruits and veggies as well as for a snack. They are not as disgusting to give to him and he loves them! It's also kind of expensive but a container of these last him about three months so it's worth it!
May 27, 2014
Flying squirrel shows no interest
I have a flying squirrel. She usually likes the mealworms, grasshoppers,crickets,etc , but this she show little interest in. She will eat a grasshopper once in a while. She eats live like their candy but these are like spinach to a 6 year old kid. Maybe for a bearded dragon but not for a flying squirrel
September 11, 2013
Good as filler...
but not as a substitute for the living thing. I leave a heap of this stuff in my bearded dragon's food bowl just in case he feels like he's starving when I'm not around to give him more greens or live food. Freeze dried bugs aren't as full of nutrients as they would be if they were alive and they can be a little more difficult to digest for some animals, but they help in a pinch.
May 24, 2013