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Help and advice on shopping for: Powder Reptile Food

Powder reptile food help and advice

An alternative reptile feed

Powder reptile food is an alternative to other food sources that are particularly popular with crested and day geckos. Our powder reptile food range includes big reptile brands like Arcadia, Repashy and Pangea.

What is powder reptile food?

Powder reptile food is a powdered substance that is mixed with a little water to form a tasty paste that a lot of reptiles love to eat. While some powders are designed for specific species or as treats, the majority can be fed to most omnivores and includes all the vitamins and minerals needed for healthy growth.

Why should I buy powder reptile food?

If you don’t like the idea of livefood and frozen food, powder reptile food is a great option with none of the smell or complexity of other diets. It’s easy to alter your pet’s diet with powder as well, if you find that they are missing some sort of key nutrient simply switch to a powder that contains that nutrient. Powder reptile food ranges in price but can work out to be some of the cheapest food over an extended period as you only need to use a little powder in each feed. It’s also worth noting that there are some species that must feed on a powder diet in captivity.

What are the main types of powder reptile food?

The powder reptile food is mostly made up of various mixes offering different vitamins or nutrients, some mixtures are also designed for one specific species, such as Crested Geckos or Bearded Dragons. However, you’ll also find feeding pots in this range, to put the powder mixture in and stop it going all over your enclosures.

What should I look for?

Choosing the right powder reptile food takes a little research and a lot of trial and error. You need to know exactly what your pet needs from their food and then you can match it with the right powder. When it comes to choosing the right flavour, we recommend trying a mix of different flavours at first and looking to see which flavours your reptile reacts to the best.