Preparing food.

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Preparing food.

Postby NickBrahz » Sun Nov 22, 2015 11:01 pm

I notice new owners are sometimes unsure how to get there bubs to eat veggies or fruits so thisi s just a basic guide to show what a lot of us owners do to prepare food, it is more cost effective, easier and healthier for the Skinks.

I would like to start off that i recommend that each time you make a batch of food to slightly vary the ingredients, for example 1 batch might be:
Beef dog food, chicken dog food, pok choy, bok choy, green beans, carrot, celery.
And the next might be:
5 kind of meats dog food, lamb loaf & veggies dog food, green capsicum, cucumber, Zucchini, green beans.

I would also like to note that i personally dont add fruits to the mix, i add them on top of the food on the day of feeding, here is some pictures to show the process.





Take out the food cubes the day or 2 before feeding depending on how long it takes to defrost where you are, if still not thawed when you need to feed them a few seconds in the microwave will fix that.
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Re: Preparing food.

Postby skinks101 » Mon Nov 23, 2015 6:44 am

Nice job, I do a similar recipe. :D

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