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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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No, Your Pet Isn't Dying. It's Brumating.

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What is Brumating, and How Can I Stop it? If you're unfamiliar with the reptile world, then you might think brumating is a cultural trend, similar to bromance.  However, if you are familiar with the reptile world, then you'll know that these ectothermic animals get lethargic during the colder seasons.  And that lethargy is what is referred to as brumation. Because amphibians and reptiles are cold blooded, they can't regulate their own body temperature like mammals.  This makes them highly dependent on the temperature of their surroundings.   So when the the temperatures decline, and the seasons get colder, you're pet will naturally begin to slow down. ...

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Supplement Your Feeding Schedule With Super Worms

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Super worms have proven to be one of the best supplemental meals to offer any pet.  But be cautious, because you don't want your pet to be exclusively dieting on super worms.  So when you find super worms for sale, you should bookmark that page.  But just don't rely on them as your only food source. Firstly, superworms are a great supplement to any bearded dragon's diet, or any leopard gecko's diet.  And one of the biggest reasons is that they are full of protein.  Protein is a majof building block for any pet.  And it's vital to sustain a...

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Vermiculite is a Cricket's Best Friend

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Best friends are typically construed as people.  But in a bug's world, they're probably construed as other bugs.  However, if we're trying to figure out the ideal set up for a colony of breeder crickets that you bought online, then their best friend is probably going to be the medium. But what's a good medium for crickets? Firstly, when I say medium, I'm actually referring to the bedding material that the crickets are walking on.  That bedding material is an important habitat feature that will dictate the success of your colony. But it might be easy to assume that regular...

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Crickets Like The Heat

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Whether you're raising crickets, or housing them, always know that your feeder crickets enjoy the heat. We have a plethora of crickets for sale.  But what they might be used for is a different story.  Some people use them to feed their bearded dragons or leopard geckos.  And this is probably the most common. But other people may also use them to grind into cricket flour.  If you're been reading up on the most popular health trends, then you'll see that crickets are making a strong guest appearance.  Basically, due to their excessive amount of protein, and the small amount...

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