If you want to keep your bearded dragon healthy and fit all the time, then be sure to get the Nature Zone Bearded Dragon Bites Pet Store
. It is ideally made for bearded dragons nutritional needs. This food will help keep your pet healthy by providing essential vitamins and minerals. Feeding this to your pet will also help stimulate its appetite. This makes it great even for finicky eaters. This food is made of natural ingredients that are very nutritious. It has eggs, milk, fruits, and vegetables. It is very rich in protein and neutraceuticals like spirulina and wheat germ. Feeding this to your bearded dragon
will help make it strong, active, and lively.
It will become less-sickly and immune to most common infections and diseases. With the help of the neutraceuticals, your pets color will be enhanced. It will become vibrant and more beautiful. This moist food is very tender making it easy for your lizard to chew and swallow. It is easy to digest. This will be a great help for their sensitive digestive system. The Nature Zone Bearded Dragon Bites has a delectable taste and pleasing aroma which your pet will surely love. You can simply keep this soft gel food in a covered canister to seal in freshness and quality. Grab one now.
The color and flavor of this soft-moist food is specifically tailored to
attract and stimulate the appetite of Bearded Dragons.
These small BITE sized soft gel foods are easy for the reptile to eat.
The BITES are made with natural ingredients (fruits, vegetables, egg, etc)
fortified with minerals (calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, etc), vitamins (Vit D,C,B1,6,12, etc),
protein (whey protein, soy protein & milk solids), and nutriceuticals (spirulina, yucca schnidegeri, wheat germ, etc)
which offer a balance of essential nutrients, minerals, vitamins, and moisture for the animal.
Nutraceutical ingredients have been found to aid in the maintenance of natural colors,
help in digestion and even decrease the levels of ammonia in there waste.
Each BITE variety is formulated with a specific flavor, scent, and color which has been found to be a feeding stimulus to the reptiles.