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I was told for being the first time crested gecko owner to get the coconut substrate so I looked on chewy and I found this. It's supposed to come today so I'm really looking forward to trying it out and I was wondering if anyone that has had or have a gecko is this a good choice? And if it is will my gecko be a little bit more lively?
Dirts good, who doesn’t love good dirt? Also, box cat approved
I tried to find this stuff everywhere and they were out . I’m thankful I found chewy cause they got my item to me in NY in a day .
I read all the reviews to try to find a replacement for mulch and landed on this. Within minutes of me changing out my tortoises substrate, her water was filled with this stuff. It stuck to her and she is dragging it in her bowl. Impossible for her to soak or drink more than the first time she gets in her clean bowl. Going back to where I came from, forest floor. I feel bad even leaving this in her cage while waiting for my new substrate to arrive, which I ordered as soon as I changed to this mess.
Great substrate. After brief period of drying its ready to be used. Allows leopard gecko to dig and shouldn’t cause impaction. May slightly irritate the skin if it gets on you.
Way too expensive. Don’t know why they doubled the price? Guess I won’t be cleaning out my snakes tank as often 1x every 4th month
great product used it for bedding in my Tarantula's tank
Our hamster loves digging in this texture. The loose coconut mixes well with sand for the hermit crab.
Product is great but it went up by $8 a bag. Big jump since I purchased last.
I use Eco Earth for four of my pets, and have grown tired of buying it for $20 a bag in pet stores. Luckily, Chewy has even larger bags for such a great price!