Wardley Reptile Sticks Reptile & Amphibian Food

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Description

Treat your reptile or amphibian to a nutritious meal with Wardley Reptile Sticks Reptile & Amphibian Food. This floating food is ideal for all aquatic reptiles, turtles, frogs, and newts. Made in the USA with all-natural ingredients, this recipe is fortified with vitamins and minerals for optimal nutrition. Can be fed several times daily.

Key Benefits
  • Premium floating food is ideal for all aquatic reptiles, turtles, frogs, newts, and amphibians
  • Contains no artificial colors or dyes so you know it's safe for your pet
  • Vitamin C and Calcium to support strong immune systems, healthy bones, and shell growth in turtles
  • Recipe is fortified with all-natural ingredients and vitamins and minerals for optimal nutrition
  • Won't cloud water, keeps water crystal clear
Precautions

Follow good housekeeping practices. Always wash hands after handling turtles.

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  • Item Number
    96232
  • Brand

    Wardley

  • Brand

    Hartz

  • Food Form

    Sticks

  • Made in

    United States

  • Reptile Type

    Frog & Newt, Aquatic Turtle

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Fish Meal, Ground Corn, Soybean Meal, Chicken By-Product Meal Corn Gluten Meal, Fish Oil Brewers Dried Yeast, Salt, Calcium Carbonate (A Source Of Calcium), Dicalcium Phosphate Choline Chloride, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate.

Feeding Instructions

Place several Wardley Reptile Sticks in the water of your turtle tank or terrarium. Feed several times daily.

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  • Too much waste

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    A lot of the sticks sink. The turtle won't the ones on the bottom so you have a considerable waste.

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  • Good food- turtle approved

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    My turtle (yellow belly slider) can be quite picky with his food but he loves these pellets. There not the easiest to find and it’s a great price.

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  • Very happy

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    My turtle's actually eat it Less expensive than other stores. Thank you

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  • his favorite food

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    My RES loves this food! I have tried all of the pellet food and this is his favorite.

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  • Great product!

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    Just what we were looking for; great value, super fast shippping!

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  • Our red-eared slider's preferred food.

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    Our red-eared slider turned up her nose at other brand foods. This is the one she'll eat.

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  • A great price

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    I use to get this food from our local stores but they were smaller cans for a few dollars more. You get a lot of food for your money and my turtle likes them and he can be a picky eater.

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  • Wardley Turtle Sticks

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    Our red eared slider turtles prefer Wardleys stick over other comparable brands. It is a big plus that Chewy sells the sticks in larger sizes.

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  • MY TURTLE WONT EAT IF NOT YARDLEY

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    I HAVE A PICKY TURTLE WONT EAT ANY OTHER FOOD USE TO GET IT LOCAL BUT THEY DONT SELL IT ANYMORE

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  • Good for my turtle

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    My red eared slider has been eating these for 8 years. He is big and healthy and always finishes these at every feeding.

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