REPTILE / nutrition
What to Feed Your Pet Lizard or Turtle
How to please your reptile's palate
- Live crickets and worms provide the perfect amount of protein and are closest to the way your reptile would eat in the wild.
- Coat live food with calcium dust to keep your reptile’s bones healthy.
- Commercial reptile food provides a complete, vitamin-rich diet for many reptiles.
- Mix with freeze-dried or live foods to help your reptile get used to eating it.
- Pellets make a great staple diet for turtles and tortoises.
- Feeding reptiles treats, including freeze-dried foods, is a great way to bond with them.
- Treats can also be a great source of protein.
Fruits & veggies
- Fresh fruits and veggies are an all-natural addition to your new pet’s diet. Some reptiles, like tortoises, can get them several times a week.
- Canned fruits and vegetables help add moisture to your reptile’s diet. Throw some on top of the main course!
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