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We have an extensive range of species (including crickets, locusts and mealworms and many more), available in different sizes to suit different mouth sizes.

All our insects are bred at bespoke complexes by experienced breeders, not far from our premises. We collect live food for our orders daily and ship it directly to you the customer.

Live Reptile Food - Crickets

Our live reptile food includes common cricket species, which provide a comprehensive dietary regimen for your pets.

While crickets are an ideal reptile food, it can be hard to maintain them until it’s time to feed your pets. We help solve this problem by packing live reptile food for delivery in the UK on the dispatch day. By doing so, we ensure the live crickets are in the best condition when they get to you.

Our high packaging and delivery standards make it easier for you to buy bulk live reptile food. With the proper maintenance, our live crickets will remain fresh and healthy. We recommend keeping them in a cool environment, away from direct sunlight.

For live black crickets, we recommend feeding them fresh vegetables and fruits. This deliberate feeding habit will ensure the crickets offer maximum nutritional value to your pet reptile.

Brown Crickets

Live brown crickets are one of the popular reptile food options on the online market. In addition to availability, they are rich nutritionally and super affordable.

Silent brown crickets come in different sizes depending on the feeding needs of your pet reptile. If you’re looking to buy insects online for bearded dragons, geckos and basilisks, consider brown crickets!

Live Reptile Food - Mealworms

Live mealworms are an excellent food choice for insectivorous reptile pets. In fact, they offer excellent nutritional value compared to other reptile food options available in the UK.

For instance, a single mealworm offers a lot more calories compared to a live cricket. If you’re looking to maintain your pet’s body mass, mealworms are an excellent choice.

The only thing to consider is that mealworms can be difficult to digest due to their thick exoskeleton. It’s best to exercise moderation while feeding mealworms to your pet.

Our live reptile food delivery services in the UK include the bulk distribution of mealworms. In bulk, you can easily maintain live mealworms in a bucket with a substrate like wheat bran. For the best results, consider adding carrots and vegetables to the bucket.

In addition to mealworms, we also have snails for sale. Snails are fantastic as tortoise food and are also good for snakes.

Buy Insects Online - Locust

If you’re looking to buy reptile food in bulk, live locusts are an exciting option. Due to their vibrant colour and activity, locusts will arouse plenty of interest in your reptile. Bearded dragons seem to enjoy catching live locusts.

Locusts aren’t expensive and are widely available. They offer plenty of nutritional value and can be the cornerstone of a healthy pet reptile diet.

If you’re looking for variety, we also deliver live flies for your cold-blooded buddy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are answers to common questions about reptile food:

Which Reptiles Can Have Live Food?

Leopard geckos and bearded dragons are insectivorous and will benefit from a diet including live food.

How Do You Keep Insects Alive for Reptiles?

A large-sized plastic box with slits for ventilation is the ideal container for keeping feeder insects. It should have a lid to prevent insects from escaping. It’s advisable to keep different feeder insect species in separate containers.

To keep feeder insects alive, make sure they have plenty of food. You can supply the insects water via a shallow dish, making sure to avoid puddles. Feeder insects can drown in puddles of water.

What Reptile does not Eat Live Food?

The following reptiles survive on vegetarian diets, non-living, meaty food items or commercial pellets. They include:

  • Chuckwallas

  • Monitor Lizards

  • Iguanas

  • Caiman Lizard

  • Turtles

  • Crested Geckos

  • Rhacodactylus Geckos

  • Blue-Tongued Skink

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