Prorep Leo Life Substrate, 10 kg




Prorep Leo Life Substrate, 10 kg


Prorep Leo Life Substrate, 10 kg

Reptiles habitats require a suitable substrate to complete their environment. It is very important to choose the right type of substrate for your reptile as the wrong type could be harmful. For example, Bearded Dragons require sand as they are from a dry climate, however, baby Bearded Dragons can be at risk on sand until they reach a certain age as it can be ingested and cause impaction which can be very serious. Tropical reptiles require a moist substrate to regulate their humidity in their habitat and without it they could become ill. A reptile’s habitat is a balance and each item is very important to their overall health and wellbeing. You can also provide foliage for your pet to hide and feel safe. Plants and leaves that go with your pet’s environment can make a big difference to your habitat.

Box Contains

  • PROREP LEO LIFE SUBSTRATE 10KG
  • Effective and easy to clean
  • Improves environmental enrichment

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the recommended substrate for Bearded Dragons?

The recommended substrate for Bearded Dragons is sand. However, it is important to note that baby Bearded Dragons should not be kept on sand until they reach a certain age to avoid the risk of impaction.

2. What type of substrate do tropical reptiles require?

Tropical reptiles require a moist substrate to regulate their humidity in their habitat. This helps to prevent them from becoming ill.

3. Can foliage and plants improve a reptile’s habitat?

Yes, providing foliage and plants that go with your reptile’s environment can make a big difference to their habitat. It allows them to hide and feel safe.

Conclusion

Choosing the right substrate for your reptile’s habitat is crucial for their health and wellbeing. It is important to consider the specific needs of your reptile and provide them with the appropriate substrate. The Prorep Leo Life Substrate, 10 kg is an effective and easy to clean option that improves environmental enrichment. By creating a balanced and suitable habitat, you can ensure that your reptile thrives in their environment.