Food Charts

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The Blue Tongued Skink reptile will require a diverse and multifarious diet, which makes the whole thing a lot easier for you since the reptiles are omnivores. Nevertheless, knowing something about the food charts of these reptiles can help give your insight into what the feeding patterns of these reptiles should be and it can help you keep their diets varied and creative.

Normally your skink reptile will eat a diet consisting or meat, plants, vitamins etc. Try to incorporate 50% of fresh vegetables and greens in the diet along with 40% of insects, meat and mice. The rest of the 10% can be fresh fruits, vitamins, dog food and other items. You can change the percentages of these items but do not compromise on the quality of the diet.

Amongst fresh fruits and vegetables, the blue-tongued reptile prefer to have strawberries, raspberries, apples, figs, tomato, avocados, lettuces, spinach and other green leafy vegetables that are rich in iron and other minerals. As far as insects and worms are concerned, tapeworm, earthworm, bugs, flies, crickets, grasshoppers are among the favorite diets of a this lizard. Along with this, you can also add diet supplements to ensure that your lizard does not suffer from any kind of health issue.

While giving worms to your pet, you have to ensure they are thoroughly clean so that no parasites or infection enters the body of your blue tongue skink lizard. Having healthy skinks can save you from a lot of trouble to going to the vet repeatedly.

Supplements and Vitamins Required by Skink
The complete nutritional diet including vitamins, calcium, vegetables and fruits.

Tips on Preparing Food for a Picky Pet
Guide to handling your pet reptile if they are picky eaters.

Disadvantages of Feeding Your Skink with Frozen Food
The drawback and impact of feeding frozen food to your blue tongue skink pet.

Mice and Insects Issues as Diet
Guide on feeding mice and insects and the issues related to these food.