Reptile Feeding Equipment
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Help and advice on shopping for: Reptile Feeding Equipment
The cutlery of the reptile world
While you’re unlikely to see a knife and fork in the hands of a chameleon or Bearded dragon, there’s some equipment necessary to feed reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates. In our reptile feeding equipment range, you’ll find everything you need to keep your pets fed, including products from leading reptile brands like Arcadia, Komodo and Lucky Reptile.
What is reptile feeding equipment?
Most species have particular eating and drinking habits that require equipment to accommodate. While the tools used can be quite varied, they are all used to either make an animal’s feeding safer or more desirable to the animal.
Why should I buy reptile feeding equipment?
Reptile feeding equipment is some of the most important tools in a reptile, amphibian or invertebrate keeper’s arsenal. While choosing the right food is critical, the most important thing is that your pet eats it and sometimes that can only be guaranteed with the use of the right equipment.
What are the main types of reptile feeding equipment?
Our reptile feeding equipment can be broken down into five groups; livefood feeders, reptile feeding dishes, reptile water dishes, reptile feeding tongs and reptile jelly pot holders. Livefood feeders are special dishes that allow livefood to be added to an enclosure without it escaping and becoming a pest. Reptile feeding dishes are dishes used to hold various types of reptile food. Reptile water dishes are used to hold water or pump it around to form a stream for pets that only drink from moving water. Reptile feeding tongs are used to add livefood and frozen food into your enclosure without your pet attacking your hand. Reptile jelly pot holders are small ledges that can be set up in a terrarium or vivarium to hold jelly food pots.
What should I look for?
When you’re buying reptile feeding equipment it’s really just about thinking about what you’ll need and what your reptile needs. Do as much research as possible into the eating behaviour of your pet’s species and that should give you a good picture of the equipment you’ll need. In some cases, you may also have the option to pick between a few different options so make sure to go for the ones that fit the style of your enclosure the best.