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Help and advice on shopping for: Reptile Food

Reptile food help and advice

Food for all reptiles

While a reptile’s diet may conjure images of live crickets and frozen mice, there’s a wide range of food that different types of reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates like to eat. Our range of reptile food includes loads of high quality, nutritious products from leading brands like Arcadia, Exo Terra and Komodo.

What is reptile food?

While live and frozen food can offer a lot to many reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates, a lot of species prefer a mixed diet. Our range of powered, dry and jellied foods are all formulated to offer all the nutrients needed by your pet. We also offer canned and vacuum-packed food, which is an alternative way of keeping whole prey such as worms.

Why should I buy reptile food?

Our reptile food range offers specially formulated food that may have a better spread of vitamins and minerals than live prey, they can also be used to supplement a live prey diet. Reptile food is also a better choice for more squeamish reptile owners who don’t like the thought of handling livefood or frozen food. Finally, some species do prefer their reptile food over the alternatives.

What are the main types of reptile food?

We have 6 categories within our reptile food range; powder reptile food, dry reptile food, canned reptile food, aquatic reptile food, jelly pots and vacuum-packed reptile food. Powder reptile food is simply a powder that mixes with water to create a nutritious meal. Dry reptile food is similar to dry dog and cat food and can be served in pellets or flakes. Canned reptile food is canned live food like crickets and cockroaches. Aquatic reptile food is designed for hard-shelled and aquatic reptiles, as they often like to feed from and in water. Jelly pots contain nutritious jelly that can make for a great reptile meal. Finally, vacuum-packed reptile food is simply live prey that has been sealed in vacuum packaging.

What should I look for?

When buying reptile food, the most important thing is that you do plenty of research. Ensure you know exactly which food is right or wrong for your reptile and how much of it you will need to keep them constantly fed. Some reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates also need occasional starvation days so be sure to build that into any potential feeding plan.