FAQ's

Sealed, 18 months after manufacture at room temperature (refer to expiration date on packet). Opened, 5 days in the refrigerator in a ziplock bag.

We recommend wiggling the Probugs insect in front of the reptile with feeding tongs to simulate the movement of a live feeder. We also recommend mixing Probugs insects with other food such as vegetables. Because Probugs is a real insect complete with natural texture and moisture, once reptiles taste Probugs they will recognize it as food in future feedings.

No, Probugs are fresh preserved insects.

No, Probugs are fresh preserved insects with the complete nutrition profile, texture, and moisture as live insects.

Probugs are raised and processed in clean, FDA certified facilities, but we cannot officially claim that Probugs are safe for human consumption.

Certain breeds of snakes only eat centipedes. Large "monster fish" like arowanas can eat centipedes and scorpions and the natural venom is actually beneficial for red coloration. Most reptiles are insectivores, meaning they will eat all insects.

Probugs are fresh preserved insects with the complete nutrition profile, texture, and moisture as live insects. One advantage of Probugs is the peace of mind that the insect is free of bacteria and parasites which are a problem with live feeders. Bacteria and parasites in live feeders can result in sick animals and the need for regular deworming. Another advantage is the ease of transport and storage, no need to keep live insects in the home or worrying about live feeders for traveling.

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Yes, Probugs are fresh preserved insects with the complete nutrition profile, texture, and moisture as live insects.

Probugs are raised and processed in clean, FDA certified facilities. Please see our factory tour video (click here)

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