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Help and advice on shopping for: Jelly Pots

Essential reptile food

Jelly pots are key to the diets of many geckos, including Crested geckos, and other small lizards. These nutritious, fruity pots are packed full of vitamins your pets will love. Our range of jelly pots includes products from many leading reptile brands including Arcadia, Exo Terra and ProRep.

What are jelly pots?

Jelly pots are plastic pots filled with a nutritious jelly made from various fruits and enriched with vitamins and minerals. Some jelly pots are designed to be fed to a specific species while others have been formulated to offer a particular taste to appeal to a variety of reptiles. Jelly pots can form a staple of a reptile’s diet and can also be supplemented with vitamin supplements or livefood, many reptiles will even enjoy jelly pots as occasional treats.

Why should I buy jelly pots?

If you have a Gecko, the chances are that a jelly pot is going to be the best treatment for them. Some jelly pots are packed full of nutrients and can last for a couple of weeks at a time, making them a natural choice for many reptile owners, while others are more of a sugary treat. We recommend mixing up the flavours of your pots or introducing another food source to keep your pet stimulated and engaged with their diet.

What are the main types of jelly pots?

Jelly pots are generally split by which animal they are designed to feed or the flavour they offer. However, some jelly pots are designed to be served immediately while others come as a powder that must be added to water to form a gel. You will also find feeding cups, to hold the gel, and feeding ledges, to hold the cups, in this range.

What should I look for?

You must understand the needs of your pet before making a jelly pot purchase. Research your pet’s dietary requirements and try to match up the jelly you buy with your pets needs. This may take some trial and error but it will eventually help your pet to thrive.