Repashy Grub Pie For Reptiles

Repashy Grub Pie can be used as a meal, topper or treat. Contained of 75% cold-pressed Black Soldier Fly Larvae Meal (BSFL), its aroma and flavor induce an instinctual feeding response in reptiles with insectivorous diets – even those who typically reject freeze-dried insects or pelleted foods quickly accept Repashy Grub Pie upon first being offered it!

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Dietary Supplement

Repashy Grub Pie for reptiles is an insect-based meal replacement gel that can serve both as a daily diet supplement or an occasional treat. Packed with over 75% cold-pressed black soldier fly larvae meal, its scent and flavor stimulate an instinctual feeding response in many species of insectivorous reptiles and amphibians; even those typically uninterested in freeze-dried insects or pelleted foods were irresistibly drawn to Repashy Grub Pie upon its initial offering! While initially they may need some encouragement or training before recognizing it as food; by subsequent attempts they will gulp it down as quickly as any other insects!

Repashy Grub Pie contains more than 1,000 BSFL per ounce, while one kilogram provides 35,000! Plus, its low fat content makes it suitable for many insectivores.

Insect-Based Meal Replacement Gel

Gel-based supplement that makes it simple and straightforward to add variety to insectivorous reptile diets. Formulated from 75% cold-pressed Black Soldier Fly Larvae Meal (BSFL), its pleasant aroma and taste induce a positive feeding response in most species, even those that typically show no interest in freeze-dried insects or pelleted foods such as this product on first offering.

This formula features an extensive combination of natural ingredients and calcium supplements, including a plant-based gelling premix with brewer’s yeast, glycerin, lecithin, ground flaxseed and more – combined to create a highly palatable and nutritionally dense food product.

This product can be combined with water to create a slurry or paste, or used as an ingredient in dry kibble diets as gravy or top dressing. It also makes an effective means of giving young lizards calcium by mixing it with cuttlefish bone dust; just scrape some off and place in a plastic bag; when feeding time rolls around, simply drop crickets or mealworms into it so they will get coated in thin layer of calcium coatings.

Calcium Supplement

Leopard geckos require an abundant source of calcium for healthy skeletal growth, metabolism and prevention of metabolic bone disease (MBD). A great way to ensure their feeder insects contain enough calcium is through gut loading them regularly.

Gut loading involves dousing feeder insects with an abundant supply of calcium, vitamins, and minerals that will allow the insects to deliver these essential nutrients when consumed by your leopard gecko.

At the same time as providing feeder insects with proper calcium supplements, it’s also a good idea to give them multivitamins with vitamin D3. This will ensure they receive sufficient amounts of Vitamin D3 to prevent MBD, without overdosing on it as some humans do with too much calcium/vitamin D3. Fluker’s ReptiVite offers both of these ingredients at an excellent 2:1 calcium-to-phosphorous ratio – more expensive than some brands but well worth your investment!

Vitamins & Minerals

Repashy Grubs ‘n Fruit is an ideal supplement diet for all geckos that appreciate fruit as part of their diet – crested geckos, leachies, gargoyle geckos and tegus will find this powdered food irresistible!

Repashy’s original Crested Gecko Diet revolutionized how herpetologists raise lizards, eliminating live feeder insects as needed to care for lizards. Even today, longtime owners and breeders still rely heavily on its use as it remains one of their go-to choices when raising crested geckos.

This supplement diet uses black mulberries, an abundant source of fiber and antioxidants, as a natural source of vitamins and minerals for crested geckos, all skinks, frogs, iguanas and many other herps that require variety in their diets. For best results use this food along with substrate that encourages natural burrowing behavior.