Reptile Supplement

Provides a balanced diet for captive reptiles including turtles, bearded dragons, lizards & snakes.

Key Features

  • Palatable & Easy to Use – mix with veg or meat to give a balanced diet
  • High in Protein – for skin and muscle development.
  • Calcium and Vitamin D3  – for healthy bone growth.

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Serving Suggestion- mixed with chopped vegetables


Meat meal, fish meal, blood meal, whey protein, soy protein,  lysine, methionine, vegetable oils, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids , taurine, carotenoids, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12, C, D3, E, K, biotin, choline, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, zinc, iron, manganese, copper, iodine, selenium, 1g/kg Actigen® dried yeast prebiotic.

Typical Analysis

Protein 55%
Fat 14%
Ash 11%
Moisture 7%
Energy (ME) 17 MJ/kg

Pack Sizes

 250g, 1kg & 5kg.


Directions for Use

Prepared food may be stored refrigerated for a day or frozen for up to 2 weeks.


Mix 10g (1  level scoop) of powder with 20g minced meat, fish or hard-boiled egg.

Add extra water to moisten if necessary. Mix in live insects to encourage feeding.


Mix 10g (1 level scoop) of powder with 50g finely diced fruit or vegetables.

Soft Pellets

Mix 20g (2 level scoops) powder to 12mL of water.

Slowly add the water and mix into a putty-like consistency. Break-off small pieces and roll into soft pellets and feed. Drinking water should always be available.

Liquid Slurry

Mix 10g (1 scoop) of Reptile Supplement with 25mL of warm water.

Mix well and let stand for 1 minute to absorb all the water. If too thick, add a little extra water and re-mix. Prepared liquid slurry may be mixed 50/50 with canine recovery formula (e.g. Hills a/d™) to enhance texture and palatability. Feed at about 30°C using a syringe with large bore. Use as a critical care formula for sick, injured or inappetent reptiles.

Feed Recommendations


Feed a variety of live food (insects, crustaceans, feeder fish) with Reptile Supplement prepared as Meat-Mix or Soft Pellets. Avoid contaminating the aquarium by removing any uneaten food. Do not overfeed.

Bearded Dragons, Blue-tongued Lizards & Larger Skinks:

Feed a variety of live insects and plant material with Reptile Supplement prepared as either Veg-mix, Meat-mix or Soft Pellets.

Small Skinks, juvenile dragons & Geckos

These are mainly insectivorous and should be fed a variety of live insets and Reptile Supplement prepared as Meat-mix or mixed with water to form a moist crumble.

Goannas & Snakes

Feed whole-body prey items injected with Reptile Supplement Liquid Slurry at the rate of 5mL per 50g of whole prey.

Feed Estimates (for reptiles housed at 30°C)

For temperature of 25ºC = multiply value in table x 0.7

For temperature of 35ºC = multiply value in table x 1.5

Table gives daily feed estimates. For reptiles fed less frequently, multiply values by the number of days between each feed.