My beardie wouldn’t touch this food when she was between 2-4 months old. Now that she’s a juvenile beardie, it’s her favorite salad topping! She happily eats it before she even looks anything else in her salad.
Not the best food for bearded dragons but since juveniles are picky it's hard to get them to eat anything other then live. If you wanna feed this to your little one I pick up a piece with a pair of tongs and wiggle it like a worm.
I brought home a baby bearded dragon two weeks ago. Everything has gone smoothly. The only issue is is that Baby will only eat undusted crickets. I do gutload my crickets, but I like to dust them as well, he won't take them. I also wanted to start him on greens early on so we have little issue with slowly switching as he gets older. He doesn't like that, either. I ordered this immediately and calcium/vitamin loaded pellets of another brand, mixed this, those pellets, and tiny pieces of shredded kale, put it in his dish, and left for a few hours. I came home, and he had everything in his dish eaten up. I no longer have to worry about any calcium or vitamin deficiency!! This is exactly what I wanted!! I will continue to buy this and recommend it to other baby beardie owners!! Thank you Nature Zone!!
yes this is very tender and she seams to enjoy I buy every month
I was looking for an alternative to live crickets and dubias. The Nature Zone Baby Bites had good reviews so I bought two bottles. It looks good enough, but my baby bearded dragon won't eat it. I tried hand feeding it for about three weeks now and it would lick it a couple of times in the beginning, but now won't even look at it.
Both me and my fiancé's beardies LOVE these! I put some on their salad and give them as a backup food if I'm out of worms.
My beardie can be a little picky about food so was a leery about trying this. 1st day, added some water to soften them up, set it in her tank and within 15 minutes she was chowing it.
I got these because I was having trouble getting my new beardie to eat anything. Turns out it was just relocation stress (as suspected) and he eats his live feeders and greens now without problem. He still refuses to eat this stuff, but he's pretty picky and spoiled on dubia roaches. I'll keep it around just in case he changes his mind, but I've heard that a lot of them don't like the fake food stuff.
My beardie loves this! I sprinkle a little on his salad greens every morning and it helps get him motivated to eat them.
I figured I give it a try. My one bearded dragon love from the beginning . While the other didn’t know what to make of it. But over time Started to eat the stuff. So it was not a total waste of money.