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Came open during the ship, soaked through the box. Over half the contents wasted
I use a lot of pee pads. I breed dachshunds and the puppies can’t go outside until fully vaccinated, well after they go to their new families. I also have dachshunds….. so if it’s raining or snowing or if they just don’t feel like letting me know, they’re going on the floor. These are the best pads I’ve found. All the Frisco pads are phenomenal. I let all my families know that frisco is the best pad brand and also send some home with every puppy. I like these ones because they’re eco conscious and made with sustainable materials. Makes me feel less guilty about using so many.
This is great my bugs get water without risk of drowning and makes raising my own for my Bearded Dragon possible
I bought this for my new leopard gecko feeder insect both my cricket and my mealworms approve of it they took to drinking it right away
They like it. Easy to give. Have nice healthy crickets. Bearded Dragons love these rickets. Thank you for offering this item.
Most of the insects I keep can just get their water from a fruit or vegetable, but this is also great to keep on hand. It's inexpensive, and right now during quarantine, I have been waiting on food deliveries so it's been a perfect holdover til the baby carrots arrive.
Flunkers Cricket Quencher is the best. I just got it today, and the crickets love it! It’s gel and doesn’t melt. I feed crickets to my leopard gecko. I used to use sponges for water but this will be much better! I highly recommend this product!
Crickets seem to like it but it says it contains a carcinogen? I don’t understand why they needed to add that?
The label of Fluker's cricket quencher states that it contains a chemical (polyacrylamide) that is known to cause cancer and reproductive harm. I don't want to take any risk with my dragon's feeders. Currently searching for alternatives. Chewy is great! But this product is not.
This is my go-to water source I use for gut loading my crickets to give to my bearded dragon. I only use about a teaspoon of it each time I change it because crickets will drown if there is too much. Has a horrid smell to it, it does indeed smell like eggs. The crickets seem to like it though and it keeps them hydrated, which is the main thing. Love this stuff!