Feeding your pet the right kind of food is definitely going to be an important step. You want to make sure that they’re going to be happy, healthy and comfortable, right? So you take the time to research all the different food … and find out that there is way too much of it out there. That’s when you need a little help. We’ve done the research for you now. That way, you can just jump right into feeding your pet the best food possible. Take a look at the different criteria we look at here and then look at the top options.
Type: Does the food consist of dried or live insects? Some people prefer to give their bearded dragon one or the other (or their dragon does).
Package Size: Are you getting a good value for the money? This will tell you just how much you’re actually getting for what you pay.
Flavor: Does the food taste like mealworms? Vegetables? Chicken? Something else? This may be important to you or your dragon.
Pieces: How many bags are you going to get and is it going to be a good value for you? This is going to be up to your personal preference.
Age: What age group is that food designed for? Is it intended for older dragons or younger ones? It may have different nutrients.
Ready to Eat: Do you need to hydrate the food before your dragon can eat it or is it all ready for them right out of the package?
There are all kinds of different options when it comes to food for any kind of pet. With bearded dragons, you may not think there would be quite as many, but there definitely are. You’ll find a number of different options and different things that you should consider. Luckily, we’ve done some of the harder stuff for you. So all you’re going to have to do is take a look at these top ten options and make your choice. You’re definitely going to end up with something that your pet will love and something that you didn’t have to spend hours finding. That’s going to make things easier for you, right?
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Kimberly Graf is a researcher and writer for GeekWrapped.com. She covers kitchen, cooking, and home products.
Article last updated on:
September 27, 2019