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Zoo Med Can O' Crickets Reptile & Bird Food

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  • Perfect for reptiles, birds, and amphibians, it makes feeding easy!
  • Locked in flavor and freshness with natural juices preserved in the can
  • Softened exoskeleton makes for easier digestion
  • A great alternative to buying live food and having to store it, you can always be prepared by having a can on hand
  • Complete nutrition and convenience in a resealable can

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About Zoo Med

A Walk on the Wild Side

Zoo Med makes it their mission to provide reptiles and other exotic pets with the very best food, supplements and habitats. This company of passionate hobbyists knows that not all pets are furry with four paws and offers a true understanding of reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates. Whether you're new to reptile care and fishkeeping or are an experienced breeder, Zoo Med covers it all.

An Exotic Diet for an Exotic Pet

When it comes to your pet's dinner, the menu consists of worms, crickets and snails galore. Zoo Med offers a wide range of nutritious and tasty food to feed every exotic pet a special diet that's made just for them.

TURTLES AND TORTOISES: From treats to whole diets, Zoo Med provides a nutritional boost to fit any turtle or tortoise want or need.

LIZARDS: For pets like bearded dragons, there's a selection of tasty options, including cans of mealies, grasshoppers and caterpillars and complete pellet diets.

FISH: Your tropical fish enjoys a treat every now and then, and Zoo Med offers a tasty variety to choose from.

FROGS: Including high-protein, sinking pellets that mimic what frogs would eat in the wild, this frog food is just what you need to keep your amphibian jumping.

Give Him an Extra Boost

Because any pet could benefit from a little extra care, Zoo Med makes supplements that will help fortify your exotic pet's health and environment. Feeding him a supplement, in addition to his healthful meal, can be the extra step that it takes to keep your frog, lizard, turtle or fish happy and healthy.

Rest, Relax and Thrive

Every exotic pet needs a place to call their own, and Zoo Med makes it easy to keep them comfortable and thriving.

LIGHTING

Mimic the true feel of a tropical or desert climate with lighting that gives reptiles the warmth of a natural habitat. The selection includes long-lasting bulbs that require minimal maintenance and infrared lights that won't disturb sleep patterns.

BEDDING

With bedding made from renewable sources like coconut husks that allow animals to burrow and nest as they would in the wild, consider Zoo Med your source to create a home within your home.

About Zoo Med

Since 1977, Zoo Med has been manufacturing products for reptiles, amphibians, birds and aquatic pets. Led by experience and dedication, they provide truly innovative products, with an emphasis on efficiency and minimizing environmental impact. At Zoo Med, they are never satisfied with the status quo, which is why they constantly strive to bring the latest and greatest options right into the homes of the pet lovers that need them.

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Questions & Answers

11 Customer Questions


Are these good for hedgehogs?
Answer by ChewyOct 19, 2017
This product is ideal for hedgehogs.

Do these provide as much nutrition as live crickets? I have a leopard gecko.
Answer by ChewyJun 13, 2019
These cricket treats are designed for the best in nutrition and convenience. The full line-feeder insects are cooked in the can, to lock in the flavor and freshness while softening the insect's exoskeleton for easier digestion. Unlike live food, Can O'Crickets can be kept for about a week in the refrigerator after it has been opened.

Hi I was curious if a 7’ bearded dragon could eat this I believe he’s 2 months old
Answer by ChewyMay 20, 2019
These crickets have a softened exoskeleton for easier digestion and are suitable for juvenile bearded dragons that are larger than 2 inches.

Can green/Bahaman anoles consume these?
Answer by ChewyOct 13, 2017
It's safe for anoles to eat Can O' Crickets.


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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Annettes7pets on Jan 25, 2023

100% PERFECT

Despite popular belief, these are amazing for reptile (leopard geckos to be more pacific). I have found that they last over two months in the refrigerator and close to three months in a glass jar instead of the can it came in.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Good on Aug 7, 2022

Good for what it does, minor issues

My geckos love these, only problem is, they go bad within 3 - 4 days after opening, and my two geckos don't eat them all. If they could be frozen, they'd last much much longer. My two eat daily about 3-5 I end up wasting half the can because the crickets grow fuzzy by day 3. (I have a young gecko under a year old, and I have a rescue with MBD, do to softness in his jaw, he can't eat more then 5 a day if we are lucky do to his jaw and the soreness in the joints. I'd get him on a proper feeding schedule of once every three days since he's an adult if he wasn't wounded.)


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Missy on Feb 8, 2022

Dead crickets delis

Look good, my granddaughter will be happy to give this to her lepord gecko


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By stephanie on May 20, 2020

Rancid! Don’t buy!

I got these in a starter pack for reptiles. I opened them and they already smelled terrible. I cut them in half for my leopard geckos and tried to feed them. Both babies HATED them. They sniffed them but would walk away. Within a week they smelled even worse (I didn’t him think that was possible?) and appeared moldy. I do not recommend at all!


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Tinga on Oct 18, 2019

No go for my parrot Tinga!

Unfortunately she hates people food except for chicken, an occasional pea and grapes... she HATED the crickets. She is a Lafaber girl all the way. She's a 23 yr old Nanday Conure!!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By greatbuy on Oct 17, 2019

Great price

I get this for my bearded dragon with Chewy it is a dollar cheaper than where I was getting it before, and it is the same brand


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Lickpad on Sep 19, 2019

Canned crickets

These crickets were interesting.. my turtle only ate one and then just wanted heads. Spit out wings.. Koi in the pond loved them!!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mom2A2 on Oct 27, 2018

The BEST canned food

My bearded dragon attacks these as soon as I put them in his tank. He was raised on live dubias but now is bored with them so I have switched to these with the occasional horned worm for a treat. I dust these with calcium, place them on the floor of his tank and he dives for them. It only takes 5-10 to fill him since they are so large. I can't believe I wasted time with Flukers which I now see are total garbage. Love these for my guy.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Heather on Sep 26, 2018

Painted Turtles Liked!

Great little can of MEGA size, juicy, very plump and freshly preserved crickets! I like to switch up our two captive-born, painted turtles diets so they don't get bored, and don't care for potential escapee crickets on the loose if live are fed. So this was a good option. Our turtles are five and six years old, both a male and female, with shells about the diameter of a 5 inch (male) and 8 inch salad plate (female), and they were tearing these rather XL crickets apart and leaving big chunks of arms, legs, and heads left sinking to the bottom of the tank and cricket guts and debris flying all throughout their water. Mealtime was a bit messier than usual or expected. Our turtles also aren't very smart and unless you either direct food straight into their dumb little mouths or tap to where they'll find it, they never do, so unfortunately there was a significant portion left uneaten and sifted out. I think I'll only get these for a treat once in a while. One thing to note, they did go "rancid" in their juices sealed in the can after some handful of days, so they needed to be fed and eaten pretty quickly, not something to sit for a week or two like freeze-dried foods.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mack on Nov 6, 2018

My hedgehog loves these

My hedgehog loves his can o' crickets! Unfortunately I can't feed live crickets since he is in an open cage, but these serve as a great alternative.