Zoo Med Leopard Gecko Food, 0.4-oz bottle

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About This Item

  • Food for your leopard gecko.
  • Crafted with a blend of flavoring agents.
  • Contains small-sized flies raised under laboratory conditions.
  • Dried slowly to retain vitamins and minerals for maximum nutritional value.
  • Made in the USA.

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2 Customer Questions


would this be good to go with the anole or would there be no point to get the two together
Answer by ChewyAug 19, 2020
This may be combined with the Zoo Med Anole Food, however it is not necessary.

Can you use this instead of live bugs?
Answer by ChewyJun 11, 2021
This food can be used for a leopard gecko. However, it is recommended to supplement it with a vitamin and calcium supplement. If the gecko is used to eating foods that are alive and moving it may take some time to get them switched over to the new food. We recommend putting some of this food in their dish and then put in something that is moving to get your animals attention like a cricket or meal worm. Once they start coming over and eating the live insects from the dish they may get some of the leopard gecko food and then start realizing that its food. This process could take several weeks depending on the animal.

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Kinkerbell8 on Feb 7, 2022

I need leopard gecko owner

The only way my leopard gecko won't eat anything is if it's alive I tried the dead kind when it comes down to the fruit flies he will not touch them unless they are alive same thing with mealworms and crickets they have to be alive for him to eat them.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Gecko on Jan 25, 2022

Too Small for leopard

I should have listened to the reviews but I was hopeful. These are so small and my leopard doesn't even see them or is attracted to them. I put a small amount in her feeding dish and she walked all over them and ignored them. Don't waste your money.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By gecko on Dec 26, 2021

animal rules

Animal wont eat. Plain and simple. Animal rules. Cant make them eat no mater what label says.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Peteysmom on Apr 23, 2021

Not what I expected

My little leopards did not like these one bit. I guess they prefer the insects to be alive. They would not eat it at all. It’s more like dust than crickets maybe that’s the reason.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Paradigm on Jan 21, 2021

NOT a Suitable Diet for Leopard Geckos

Leopard geckos are insectivores. A dried diet is an absolutely horrible idea. If you don't want to feed live insects, then don't get an insectivorous animal, it's as simple as that.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Butta on Sep 5, 2020

Meh, I really don't know

I bought this as a sort of treat, and I really don't know if they've eaten it or not. I put some in a small dish and poured some on their mat. I don't really think they care for dead bugs, as it looks as if they have not touched their treat. I bought more crickets, and the "food" looks to have been just stepped over. This might be better for pets who eat dead bugs.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By colleen7129 on Oct 9, 2020

Leopard Gecko Approved!

My leopard gecko loves this! His favorite meal is this mixed with freeze dried mealworms!