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Fluker's Freeze-Dried Mealworms Reptile Treats

Fluker's Freeze-Dried Mealworms Reptile Treats

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    Great treat for birds?

    By Nancy on Jun 12, 2020

    I bought these to entice birds to my bird feeder, but they don't seem interested. However, one of my cats absolutely loves these! And insects are a part of a cat's diet, so she gets them as a treat.

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    Ugh Made in CHINA

    By Pennsylvania on May 22, 2020

    Made in China! :( I thought the packaging stated that Flukers Laboratory made these. Obviously Flukers is not what they claim to be!

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    Treats for hedgehog

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    I think my hedgehog likes this treat, just not super crazy about them. When I try to feed him one as a treat, half the time he won’t want it. But if I put a few in his food dish he has no problem eating them.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Very handy

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    I keep some mealworms on hand to feed the wild Anole and Curly Tail lizards on my back porch. They love them! The hard part is trying to keep my dog from eating them.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    The cost was great

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    This is a great treat for reptiles if your reptile likes freeze dried food, my bearded dragon I guess don't because he wouldn't touch them

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Cats and Parrots love them

    By on Top 500 Contributor

    I received this product in exchange for an honest review. So here it is: These are a hit with the green cheek conures I own. The three of them began eating them right away, but only after my cat coerced me into opening the container. He loves freeze dried meal worms, and even though this package arrived with the seal in tact, it is not air tight. He smelled the Fluker's just sitting out on the couch with the Chewy Box. He tried his hardest to get it open, and left drool all over it. I opened it and gave him some, the birds some, and placed it under the bird cage with the rest of their stuff. My mistake. My cat kept going back under the bird cage, trying to break into the Fluker's. He needed I received this product in exchange for an honest review. So here it is: These are a hit with the green cheek conures I own. The three of them began eating them right away, but only after my cat coerced me into opening the container. He loves freeze dried meal worms, and even though this package arrived with the seal in tact, it is not air tight. He smelled the Fluker's just sitting out on the couch with the Chewy Box. He tried his hardest to get it open, and left drool all over it. I opened it and gave him some, the birds some, and placed it under the bird cage with the rest of their stuff. My mistake. My cat kept going back under the bird cage, trying to break into the Fluker's. He needed them. He smelled them. It was pretty adorably pathetic of him. For the record: I have freeze dried meal worms I got from the grocery store under the cage, except those came in a bag... a bag he destroyed... so I keep them in a name brand storage container, and he can't smell them. He knows what they sound like, so if I get out "the worms" he'll come running. The Fluker's are staying locked up in the pantry. By comparison, these are larger and more golden that my previous product. I haven't tried them myself, because I'm not feeling adventurous today. … more

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