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African Soft Fur (ASF) Juice

African Soft Fur (ASF) Juice

Regular price $34.99 USD
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African Soft Fur Rat (ASF) scented liquid. All natural with no dyes or preservatives. A must-have when transitioning ASF specialists such as ball pythons.  Also elicits feeding response for many other species, and helps transition to frozen/thawed. Species-proven to elicit greater feeding responses every time!

*Keep frozen and thaw minimially as needed*

Shipping & Returns

We know shopping for new food can be stressful - which is why we offer a 100% money-back guarantee. If your reptile or amphibian does not eat the links after 3 weeks, simply send us an email with a picture of the unused product and the animal you are feeding and we will refund your order up to a maximum of $100.

Please note that this offer is for first-time customers only, the refund request must be received with 30 days of receiving your product, and the offer does not include Ball Pythons or wild-caught animals - while some customers have had success transitioning Balls we recommend not ordering the links for Balls unless you have other reptiles that can use them. Wild-caught animals have additional difficulties switching to food sources in general, and we do not condone the collection of wild-caught animals and will not assist in troubleshooting their husbandry.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Taylor Sutton
Amount vs Price

Compared to the price you get a good amount of scent in the vial delivered directly to your door. I have used this for enrichment purposes as well as scenting new foods. I am really glad I have this option for my milksnake.


Had no effect on my snakes at all

Danielle S.
Not for CBs

I bought this to help my ball python when i first had trouble feeding her reptilinks but it was ineffective. Instead, tricking her with mice scent worked. I would love if one day you carried mouse scent! Other than that I think it works best with wild caught BPs, not captive bred (or those raised on soft fur rats)

Carly P.
My BP FINALLY ate a thawed rat

I have been struggling for a couple of months now to get my new Ball Python to eat a frozen/thawed Rat. I tried all of the usual methods, heating it with a hair dryer right before placing it in front of him, moving it around with tongs like it was still alive, making sure the conditions were perfect in my BPs cage. He wouldn't even look at a dead rat no matter what I tried. I found this product recommended so I thought why not try it. It still took him a while to go for it, but he finally did. I can't say it will work for every Ball Python, but I'm extremely happy it worked for mine.

Additionally, I bought my Western Hognose some Frog/Quail reptilinks and she loves them. Like the other review said, the nerd likes to try and eat the middle first sometimes and struggles with the knot.

Elijah S.
ASF Juice works great for Woma Python

ReptiLinks have been great!

Here's what we are feeding:

Western Hognose - Eats the Quail and Rabbit links with no fuss. The little nerd likes to try to eat the middle first and sometimes struggles with the knot in the casing.

Woma python - Surprisingly a little more finicky than the Western Hognose. The ASF scent works most of the time but putting a feeder in front of him to do a "switcharoo" has worked the best.

Mexican Hognose - This guy hasn't eaten them at no fault of ReptiLinks. He seems to be stuck on eating fish. He's very young so perhaps any day now he'll munch on the quail links.