Nature Zone Bites for Meat Lovers

Nature Zone

 

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Nature Zone Bites for Meat Lovers feature the delicious flavor of real chicken breast in easily chewable, digestible chunks your carnivorous reptile will love. These soft, moist bites make an excellent food for monitors, tegus, box turtles and other meat eaters.

  • Nutritious soft, moist food for carnivorous reptiles
  • Specially formulated, appetite stimulating color & flavor
  • High in protein, calcium & essential nutrients
  • Flavored with real chicken liver

Nature Zone Bites are specifically formulated to promote growth and health in meat-loving reptiles, providing balanced nutrition with amino acids, protein, vitamins and minerals. An appetite stimulating scent, flavor and color ensure your pet's interest. These soft, moist gel bites are easily digestable, with isolated proteins and soluble carbohydrates.

Ready to eat, with no additional preparation required. Simply add Bites to your pet's regular diet, or serve alone for a rewarding snack.

Sprinkle a small amount (to be eaten in one day) in a shallow dish or in turtle's water. May be combined with raw or cooked egg and/or diced meat. Refrigerate after opening.

Water, Fish Powder, Whole Egg Powder, Whey Protein, Carragenaan, Sucrose, Maltodextrin, Locust Bean Gum, Citric Acid, Potassium Chloride, Potassium Sorbate (preservative), Calcium Lactate, DK-30 Sarsaponin, Potassium Benzoate (preservative), Titanium Oxide, FD&C Red #40 Lake, Methylparaben Lake, Vitamin A Supplement, Ascorbic Acid, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Niacin, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Betacarotene, Folic Acid, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Menedione Sodium Bisulfite Complex.

Guaranteed Analysis

  • Crude Protein (min) - 2.4%
  • Crude Fat (min) - 1.5%
  • Crude Fiber (max) - 0.8%
  • Moisture (max) - 88.0%

 

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Can leopard geckos eat these without any issues?

    Leopard geckos should be able to eat without issues, but always monitor any change in health/behavior when switching diets