Zilla Ground English Walnut Shell Reptile Bedding is the best choice for desert-dwelling reptiles like bearded dragons, monitors, skinks and uromastyx. The all-natural litter is made from ground English walnut shells to provide an attractive sand substitute that encourages digging and burrowing. Because it's an excellent conductor of heat, this shell-based bedding helps simulate a desert-like habitat that's warm and comfortable for your pet.
Ground English walnut shells replicate natural habitats and create an attractive desert environment.
Will not scratch glass like sand and provides excellent heat-conducting substrate.
Stimulates natural digging and burrowing behavior and is an excellent heat conductor.
Ideal bedding depth in enclosure is 1 to 2-inches, remove and replace bedding monthly.
Perfect for desert dwelling reptiles such as: adult bearded dragons, monitors, desert skinks and uromastyx.
I use this in a rodent enclosure for a dig box filler and it's nice, heavy with very little dust compared to sand. It feels great putting your hand through it, no jagged or sharp bits, just teeny granules!
on Dec 3, 2020
So I don't have a reptile, I have a big beautiful extra labby labradoodle and I get all her favorites from Chewy. Who knew they had sewing supplies? This is the BEST for filling pin cushions and a great price! We love Chewy!
Using it for cross stitch finishing projects
on Jan 1, 2021
This is a very nice product clean and very dry ,no dust. My grandson has reptiles I can see that it would be a very nice bedding for them also.
Ground Walnut Shells
on Mar 15, 2021
The quality of the Zilla Ground English Walnut Shells was great.
Walnut shell reptile bedding
on Nov 25, 2020
No reptile pets at my house, just some cats. I use it to clean brass prior to reloading ammunition. You should market it for that purpose as well as reptile sanitation.
on Nov 25, 2020
When received the bag was completely ripped and had puncture marks so it was spilled all in the box. Very disappointed
on Sep 26, 2020
To everyone that says all substrates should not be used for Bearded Dragons need to keep their stupidness to themselves. My husband and I have been breeding Beardies for over 40 years and have NEVER had any problems even or vets are using substrates for their Beardies. So do all of us that use substrates and Shut Your Mouth.
on Oct 6, 2020
The granules are smaller than I’m used to and it’s kinda powdery in comparison to what I’m used to using, but it still works for my parrot
Sewers need to know
on Jan 13, 2021
Great for my application of stuffing pin cushions!
on Aug 10, 2020
To all the comments about beardies shouldnr have loose substrate... its perfectly fine! As long as you monitor your lizard its fine. Once they are bigger its fine. They can be on loose substrate its perfectly fine if you use the right stuff. Geez.