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Don't Feed Your Bearded Dragon Dead Crickets

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Don't Feed Dead Crickets To Your Bearded Dragon The title pretty much says it all.  But just to reinforce the idea, don't feed dead crickets to your bearded dragon.  Now, this comment probably comes with a few questions.  Such as, why would I have dead crickets?  Or, why can't I feed my pet dead crickets?  And sure, these are good questions.   But when you have crickets for sale, it shouldn't be too difficult to understand why one might come across the deceased.  But if it needs to be explained, then here's the explanation: When you ship live crickets year...

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Ordering Live Crickets On The Internet

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Internet Critters You can find nearly anything on the internet.  From thermometers, to epoxy coatings, to fence contractors, all the way to cricket breeders.  And that's what we specialize in; breeding crickets. Our cricket operations has been in business longer than many of us can remember.  And before we even had the opportunity to sell crickets through the world wide web, we were slinging crickets through local flea markets and offering them to pet stores.   But there's a reason we don't do that any more.  And it's because we're able to provide better service and crickets through the mail....

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Big Crickets Or Little Crickets - Which is The Better Serving?

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Your bug-hungry pet may always have an appetite.  But there's a preferred size for his favorite insects. It may seem obvious that your bearded dragon or leopard gecko will want the fattest, juiciest red wigglers or crickets or mealworms.  However, that's not always the case.  Basically, it is possible to offer them something that is too big.  Consider this: if you're sitting at a restaurant with a big appetite, you probably think you could eat 3 steaks.  However, if you tried shoving all that food in your mouth, you'll cause yourself more harm than good. Don't Buy Too Big Crickets...

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