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The same quality you’ve come to expect from Repashy! My Beardies love this! It’s honestly a great alternative for when I have to travel and someone else who is squeamish about bugs has to watch them. I cook this up and can portion it out for each animal for each day/feeding. It’s also great as a back up if you can’t get live feeders on time. Leopard geckos like it too when I tong feed them.
I've now tried this and bluey buffet. Both my bearded dragons and my skinks love it.
I bought this for my beardie, but unfortunately she won't touch it. I tried giving some cubes to my hedgehog (since they are insectivores), she loved it! Ate everything I gave her. Recommend as a treat for hedgies for sure.
Muffin the gecko has always had live bugs, until this week when I just forgot entirely to stop and get him his regular weekly bugs. I figured since I had (mistakenly) gotten this, thinking it was the bug feeder and clearly it is intended to be for the gecko itself, I would give it a shot. I followed the directions. I made 1/4 cup powder and 1/2 cup water mixture and let it cool, cut it into strips to look like worms and offered it to Muffin via tongs (he was spoiled as a baby and while he will absolutely hunt for bugs, he prefers roaches/hornworms/wax worms/silkworms be tong fed and he will play with his crickets throughout the week). I figured it can wiggle at the end of the tongs as it is gel-ly right? Nope. Muffin actually spat it back out. He does not like it... whoops. My bad for ordering wrong and forgetting live bugs but this stuff is a no go for Muffin.
Originally bought this for my very very fussy leopard gecko. She refused, so I figured I’d try to give it to my beardie. She loved it! Glad it didn’t go to waste.
My son's blue-tongued skink usually eats just fine but can sometimes just stop and turn her nose up to things, usually in the winter. Although it's normal to have a lighter appetite in colder weather, this Grub Pie is seemingly irresistible for her! I use it in place of worms, etc as a protein on top of dark, leafy greens and other favorite veg. She loves it and it makes me worry less about her nutrition during those stubborn times.
I’ve been using this product for years - love it! Awesome nutritional value, awesome shelf life. Both my leopard gecko and bearded dragon get this to supplement their superworms/dubias.
Maybe other people have better luck. But I could not get my leopard gecko lizard eat it. That's why I only gave 3 stars. She hadn't been eating. I finally found a supplement that was liquid & I could get her to lick that & she's on the mend. To be honest, I haven't had good luck with any Repashy items.
I feed this as a staple to my asian box turtle, chinese water dragon, leopard geckos, pacman frog, and veiled chameleon all with huge success. Of course, it's best to feed your animals variety, but this is an excellent alternative or supplemental diet in addition to live insects and anything else included in their diet (i.e., my chameleon is mainly fed Grub Pie, but will also get greens and freeze dried/occasional live insects). It took a while to get some of them used to this, but once they caught on it was an instant winner. I should note that I usually get the bigger 12 oz jars of the stuff from Repashy directly, so this smaller jar is great when you have fewer or smaller herps to feed, or if you're just using it as a supplement.
My leopard gecko Ari wasn't fond of the fruity smell from calcium supplement made by the same brand so I was a bit hesitant to try this at first but I gave it a go and she did not hesitate to eat it. I don't give this to her every day but it's a nice booster.