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Tetra ReptoMin Sticks Reptile Food, 2.64-Pound
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on August 9, 2013
Like most young boys, I wanted a pet turtle. In 1989 my mother reluctantly granted that wish...twice. My two guys have been eating ReptoMin sticks ever since. As I grew more educated, I of course varied their diets. And like spoiled children, my two turts often balked at food outside of the ReptoMin stick variety. Oddly enough, I have even seen my one snub an off-brand stick. The new resealable bag is great. I didn't know I'd be buying this stuff for as long as I have, but it does put a smile on my face each time I restock and think about how long I've cared for these two ectothermic friends.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
This food has kept my turtles happy since they were babies.

They love it and they are well nourished.

I also want to thank Ray Haberson of South Carolina for his continuance and loyalty to the preservation of the diamondback terrapins.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on June 26, 2007
I have a young painted turtle, and I had to find some food for it. I read some reviews of the ReptoMin foodsticks throughout the internet, and I figured I'd go with it. So, I go here to Amazon (because they have everything, no joke), find it in no time, and click the buy button. A couple days later, the stuff ships, and to my suprise, this isn't some small-fry food shaker. This is the mondo-ultra kingsize box when you compare it to the size of my turtle. I'll be glad in the future, because I know I won't have to reorder it anytime soon. Anyways...

I take out a couple pieces of food, and drop them in the water for the turtle to go at. Right away, the little booger turns around, sees the food, and takes after it. This stuff is like a turtle's delicious cake. Naturally, I found out that I had to soak it for a few minutes to let it soften up for the young turtle to be able to eat, but it doesn't matter to the turtle, he just loves the stuff (well, don't soak it too long or all of the flavor will dilute). He never did go through any kind of "Hmm, I've never seen this before, therefore it's probably gross. I won't eat it" type of stage. He dove right in. I've been feeding it to him for a little over a month now, and he's growing quite rapidly (I don't actually know the gender yet, fyi, you can't tell on young turtles such as this one). What can I say, he loves this stuff. I'd recommend it with full force, and when the time eventually comes, I'll buy it again.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on August 7, 2013
I feed the office red eared sliders some ReptoMin in between their semi-weekly comet buffet. They certainly gobble them up. And this is an amazing price, especially considering how much local stores charge for a just a few ounces.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on September 3, 2009
ReptoMin food sticks is what I've been feeding my two red eared slider turtles since acquiring them two years ago. They are healthy and always eager for more sticks. It's kind of fun having them take a stick right from between my fingers though you don't want to get nipped. I briefly tried a competitive food when my local pet stores stopped carrying ReptoMin. The other brand smelled fishy which made the water smell fishy, I couldn't hand feed the pellets, and it seemed the turtles ate less too. Now I buy in bulk (2.5 lb packages) on line.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 16, 2010
I have 4 red ear slider turtles. Started 8 years ago with 4 oz. for about 7 bucks. 6.8 lbs is a great value should las me about 5 to 6 months.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Don't know what's up, but we switched from using up a local Japanese product to this ordered from the states because I couldn't buy the other food in bulk, and it was very expensive, but our two Japanese Pond Turtles won't touch it. At first, they were eating it, but now they let it float until it finally sinks and disolves. Might have to throw out the whole bucket, and go back to what they were eating from the local Japanese pet store. It says for ALL aquatic turtles so before trying a smaller order first, I bought this big bucket. The other food sticks were a little larger, and more coarsely ground. They looked less processed. These look very processed, and the coloring is even artificial looking. The list of chemical ingredients is a page long. They don't like it, and I don't think I like it either, so it looks like $50 down the drain.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A biologist who works with turtles recommended this to me. If you've got a lot of turtles, or one big turtle, this product is for you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 7, 2013
While pet-sitting a red-eared slider, my husband and I found that the small turtle we are watching loves these sticks. Though we have to break the sticks into smaller pieces, because it's a baby turtle we're watching, the sticks do float for a few hours (if they aren't eaten right away) and they are easily broken to a perfect size for her little mouth. She prefers these sticks over all the other things we feed her, so they must be pretty tasty, but I would always suggest feeding real foods as well as this product, even though this is a great product, since an important key to a healthy pet is the right kind of diversity in their diet. I highly recommend this product to owners or keepers of aquatic turtles, especially red-eared sliders, since I'm especially aware of their taste for it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 19, 2011
if your turtle loves food i think you should get this. i used to buy one can at a time which was burning a hole in my pocket because it expensive now that u have this tub it lasted them nearly 6 to 8 months and that is because i have 7 of them
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