Desert Blend Lizard Litter
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Desert Blend Lizard Litter

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Rating: 4.3

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(4.3 out of 5, based on 9 reviews)

The ideal sand substitute for use in the habitats of desert-dwelling reptiles. Made from ground English Walnut shells, it is harmless if ingested and will easily pass through the reptile's digestive system. Completely non-toxic, dust free and less abrasive than sand.
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Anthony C.
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Rating: 5

Great substrate

posted 5 years ago

Ive been using this for years on all my reptiles,

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Its easily cleanable and never has a bad aroma plus its safe for your pets.

Pros: easily cleaned, safe for pets

Cons: none

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1Cindy
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Rating: 4

Veryhandy

posted 6 years ago

natural product and the animals seem to really like it.

Pros: natural looking and they seem to really like it

Cons: none that I could think of

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