Fluker's Repta-Aid Insectivore/Carnivore Emergency Aid
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Fluker's Repta-aid Insectivore/carnivore Emergency Aid

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Rating: 5.0

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(5.0 out of 5, based on 2 reviews)

Emergency Aid is a supplement specially formulated to provide energy and fluid support for malnourished and dehydrated insectivore/carnivore reptiles.Reptiles introduced into new environments may stop eating (anorexia) and drinking. If left untreated, these animals can become dehydrated or develop nutrition related disease. Emergency Aid was developed to assist these animals during periods of stress.Rehydrates insectivore/carnivore reptiles.Provides essential calories to injured or sick reptiles.Assists recently acquired reptiles by providing important fluids and calories at times of high stress.Supplies critical care support for insectivore/carnivore reptiles.Use with bearded dragons, geckos, chameleons, boas, ball pythons, monitors, frogs, corn snakes, and other insectivore/carnivore reptiles and amphibians.Complete kit includes powder, mixing cup, spoon, syringe, and instructions.
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Krazykyle187
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Rating: 5

Repta Aid

posted 1 year ago

It saved my Leo Moe from starving to death. She had a bad shed and her eyes got stuck shut. Spit all bugs put in her mouth out, started doing Repta Aid and by 2nd feed she didn't mind! That fixed her food intake and I fixed her eyes, she is up and hunting.

Pros: It saves ur mini Dinosaur

Cons: instructions were a bit goofy for me

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Karoline
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Rating: 5

Works great

posted 6 years ago

I took in a rescued green iguana who had some bad burns on her side and neck and had her tail partially cut off. She was lethargic and wouldn't eat much. I used the Repta-aid and after only a couple days I noticed a marked improvement in her eating and skin quality. After 2 weeks of Repta-aid and some lizard lotion she was back up to ideal weight and eating really well.

Pros: Works fast!

Cons: None

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