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Fluker`s Freeze-Dried Mealworms for Tropical Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds & Hedgehogs (1.9 oz.)
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Fluker`s Freeze-Dried Mealworms for Tropical Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds & Hedgehogs (1.9 oz.)

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Item #: FK72001

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Satisfy the cravings of your pets for live worms with the Fluker's Freeze-Dried Mealworms For Tropical Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds & Hedgehogs from Pet Store . This revolutionary fish food is a great alternative to live wor...

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Fluker`s Freeze-Dried Mealworms for Tropical Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds & Hedgehogs (1.9 oz.) Information



Part #: 72001

Satisfy the cravings of your pets for live worms with the Fluker's Freeze-Dried Mealworms For Tropical Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds & Hedgehogs from Pet Store. This revolutionary fish food is a great alternative to live worms and critters. Giving advanced nutrition to your pets, this meal has appropriate sources of vitamins, minerals, and essential nutrients for your pets. Unlike live feeds, this meal is free from mess and thus a relief for pet owners who dread scooping worms and alike. Also, mealworms are difficult to find in pet outlets because they are hard to maintain.

These mealworms provide the natural sustenance of various aquatic amphibians, tropical fish and reptiles. They also provide the nutritional requirements of birds and hedgehogs. They fit the needs of most both marine and freshwater fish. The mealworms contain effective ingredients known to stimulate the growth, vitality and reproduction of these pets. Available in 1.9-oz. bottle, the mealworms are complete and do not require any additional supplements to go with every meal.

The Fluker's Freeze-Dried Mealworms For Tropical Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds & Hedgehogs comes in a worm-like form, which is very soft for easy digestion and absorption. The mealworms are especially made to mimic live worms to entice your pets to grab them. Since most of the mealworms are digested, water pollution is reduced as few feeds are wasted. This gives more value for your money.

Fluker`s 100% Freeze-dried products are great for those enthusiasts who aren`t quite so enthusiastic when it come to scouring the floor for loose critters. These products are great sources of vitamins, minerals, and other important nutrients for your pet, but best of all, they`re mess free.Mealworms offer the natural nutrition many different aquatic amphibians and reptiles require. Because live mealworms are difficult to maintain, most pet store owners don`t have them.
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Fluker`s Freeze-Dried Mealworms for Tropical Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds & Hedgehogs (1.9 oz.) Reviews

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good worms Product Review by VALERIE ARMSTRONG (Posted on 10/6/12)
Rating
Excellent!

Comments: I feed these to my sugar gliders. They love them, they will actually take them straight out of my hand.

hedgie snack Product Review by LETICIA G (Posted on 8/4/11)
Rating
Great!

Comments: my baby hedgie like these, but does not love them. of course i think she would prefer the live ones. great for supplemental snacks. they dont smell too bad but when you first open the container they pack it so tight you need to beware that some may fly out. LOL nom nom nom

convenient Product Review by JAY GO (Posted on 4/15/08)
Rating
Great!

Comments: it's more convenient than running to the petstore/baitshop once a week.

meh. Product Review by JESSICA (Posted on 12/14/11)
Rating
Below Average

Comments: my hedgehog liked one and then walked away. I thought since they were freeze dried they wouldn't move, but they still squirm a bit. My hedgehog was under whelmed, but we'll try again tomorrow.