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After all the YouTube videos I watched, I thought I found the miracle food that Zilla would down ravenously in lieu of her favorite Dubia roaches. But no. She won’t eat her salads and seems to be on a hunger strike. I’m hoping she’ll eventually get hungry enough to give it a try.
My 2 year old beardie loves this even before it sets! She would eat 1/3 of the container at a sitting, so it might be better as a treat or for hatchlings. A "bulk" size container (16 oz?) with a discounted price would make it more attractive as a staple.
My bearded dragon won't eat it. She can be a picky eater but I've heard good things about this product. Unfortunately it was a no go for her. It was very easy to make though, I just microwaved water in a coffee mug and mixed with the powder.
I have an adult dragon who is very picky so I was hesitant about trying this. I've tried other soft pellets and he would try one and let the rest rot lol but i cooked this up, cut it into cubes and brought it to his tank...he eyed it for a sec and them ate like 7 cubes back to back!! So crazy seeing him be interested in something besides bugs! Totally recommend if you have a hard time getting your dragon to willingly eat a variety