Komodo Smart Dish Multi-Purpose Feeding Reptile Dish, Brown, Small

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What’s so smart about the Komodo Smart Dish? If your happy herp enjoys munching on meal worms, they’ll have a real tough time climbing out of this bowl after you put them in it! It also works as an all-purpose feeding dish for serving fruit, vegetables and other food. It’s easy to clean because it’s made of durable resin.

Key Benefits
  • Works with meal worms of all sizes.
  • Also a good serving dish for fruits, vegetables and commercial herp food.
  • Easily washable because it’s made from resin.
  • Attractive wood-like appearance.
  • Suitable for both reptiles and amphibians, and for terrariums as well as aquariums.

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  • Item Number
    216170
  • Dimensions
    5.12 x 3.35 x 1.8 inches
  • Weight
    0.16 ounces
  • Capacity (Max)†
    4-oz
  • Material
    Plastic
  • Reptile Type
    Lizard, Aquatic Turtle, Bearded Dragon, Frog & Newt, Snake
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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    A handy little product so the pet sitter doesn't have to touch the worms.

    By Becky on Dec 21, 2020

    I got this as a vacation feeder for my toad, the Lady Isabella. Handling live feeder insects is just a bit much to ask of my pet sitter on the rare occasion that my husband and I get away for a vacation, and this was a nice solution to that. I leave some mealworms in the dish so that my gluttonous little Lady can have her food when she feels the need, and my poor sitter doesn't have to do more than make sure Isabella has enough water. It's shallow enough that even a fat toad doesn't get stuck in it, but its curved upper edges and smooth sides make it hard for mealworms to climb out. I'm glad someone came up with the idea.

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