I was hoping the injured blue jay I am caring for would eat these to save me from constantly having to buy live crickets and trying to keep them alive in a "cricket house" at home. (He eats about 10 or more a day) I tried giving them to him several times but he was not interested. Two weeks after openning the can, I threw them away assuming they were no longer good. The can needs to have an experation date and/or information regarding how long they are good for once the can is openned.
My beardie loves these! Was so glad I can purchase them in bulk to have on hand.
My Dragons did not like them, so I used them to feed my Superworms. They love them.
Our geckos wouldn't touch them.they loved the roaches and mealworms tho
I feed these to my bullfrog and she loves them! I started using them when I couldn't get crickets from the local pet store, but now I use them all the time. I hand feed them to her with forceps. As a consequence she's a lot less timid than she used to be! So, she and I are both happy :) They do smell a little funky, but it doesn't bother me. Sometimes, the cricket legs fall apart and rest on the bottom of the can. I discard these bits as they are too small to feed. Still a great value.
Got these for my rat. He loves these so much. Easy to keep in fridge and feed. Only thing keeping it from 5 stars is it really smells bad. crickets are whole.
Terrific reptile food. Devoured on contact. Had to limit serving portion so supply would last. -Flash
These crickets has all sizes in the can which makes it hard to know if the lizard is getting what it needs. I also found a piece of plastic in one can and a piece of wood in the other can.
didnt like and wont buy again why do i have at least 50 characters i just didnt like thos product
My lizard loves the crickets they smell a little funky but it's fine and added bonus my cat also loves them and everytime in feeding my lizard my cat gets a couple out of the can