DRAGON'S DEN REPTILE BEDDING
No Dyes – All Natural Coloring – Stimulates digging and burrowing behavior. Mirrored after substrates animals live on in their natural habitats – just like Sand – only better. Absorbent – Odor Absorbent – Conducts Heat Well – Long Lasting Tested and Veterinarian Reviewed Dragons Den flows through the digestive tract and easily passes with the natural cycle of digestion
Dragons Den animal bedding great for snakes, lizards, tortoises and even poultry. Digestibility is a big concern with the reptile enthusiast, no animal bedding is 100% safe, with our unique milling system we are able combine over 20 plus sizes of bedding, making the bedding less likely to impact during the natural process of digestion, it will pass easily with the animals natural movement. From my experience with reptiles and other terrarium dwelling pets is odor from the feces and pour moisture control this animal bedding clumps, and can be scooped easily. I can also be flushed down the toilet or use it in your garden. The other issue we sometimes all face is mites and I have noticed animals that are housed with our animal bedding have very little to no issues with mites or other insects as our animal bedding drives them away. This material is patented, patent # #6832579, the developer of the material being I, has over 25 years experience with snakes, mostly corn and boas, iguanas, tortoises, everything that walks or crawls I have had at one time my life or another. One of my biggest issues when I was breeding or just showcasing my reptiles was the issue of a quality nice looking animal bedding/substrate. Something to make the animal look exceptional against the material it was residing on..
When I came across this material 10 years ago, I knew it was going to be a good bedding for animals. It has over 20 plus different sizes to the grains of sand, making the material easier to pass through the digestive tract. My lizards pass the material easily and readily gained more weight then the lizards housed on other materials. Snakes fed in their enclosures, habitats had no issues with the material.