Rep-Cal Maintenance Formula Adult Bearded Dragon Food with Fruit
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8 oz., Adult bearded dragon food with fruit. Formulated to ensure proper growth and health. A veterinarian recommended food containing natural plant and fruit ingredients that bearded dragons love. Fortified with vitamins & minerals. For daily diet.
- - Formulated to ensure proper growth and health
- - Contains natural plant and fruit ingredients
- - Fortified with vitamins and minerals
- - Made in the USA
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Crude Protein (min) 24%, Crude Fat (min) 2%,Crude Fiber (max) 13%, Moisture (max) 12%.
Moisten food in water or fruit juice. Offer slightly more than your lizard can eat in an 8 hour period. Fresh greens, mealworms and crickets may be added as treats. Provide adequate fresh water daily.When switching to Rep-Cal Bearded Dragon Food from another diet, allow several days for the transition. Mix increasing amounts of Rep-Cal Bearded Dragon Food with less of the previous food until your lizard is only eating the Rep-Cal Food.Important note: Rep-Cal Bearded Dragon Food is fortified with vitamins and minerals. Because bearded dragons are sometimes wary of new foods, make all food changes gradually and monitor your lizard's weight, condition, and food intake.
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