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Anole Juice

Anole Juice

Regular price $39.99 USD
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Anole scented liquid. All natural with no dyes or preservatives. A must-have when transitioning reptile specialists. 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 4 reviews
Kenny newsom
Didn't work

I have 5 mangrove snakes and one I got in I was trying to get to eat. I've tried frog chick's Qual mice rats live thawed I even had a skilled experienced breeder try to help me he was supposedly on anoles scented rat pups so I bought the anole juice I've tried from one drop all the way to 8 drops of scent no luck what's so ever even the breeder tried and nothing well the snake had passed away other 4 mangrove snakes are thriving very well my experience with anole juice is not great

Hi Kenny,
We are sorry to hear the anole juice did not work for you. Some snakes are just not meant to make it, unfortunately. We do recommend completely cleaning the prey item using water and a mild soap, before completely basting the pray item with the scenting liquid. Thanks for giving us a try, hopefully the juice will come in handy for future snakes.

Terri H.
Questionable No luck yet.

I haven't been able to use these as of yet. My Hognose baby is being picky and our refusing everything. So far none of the corn snake babies I was hoping would be interested in it has taken a pink with it on it either. I'll update my review of anything changes.

Nick Mutton/Inland Reptiles
Extremely Valuable!

I had about 20 very troublesome antaresia neonates from 3 species. All had refused all previous feeding attempts. I tried the geckoscent first. I used live pinks which I first gently washed with odor neutralizing soap. I then basted them with the gecko sent and Ieft them overnight.The results: about 1/3 of them took the scented pinks on this first attempt.I have bred antaresia species for 20 years and this stuff is pure gold. There are no magical solutions to problem feeders, particularly those which are obligate lizard feeders. With that said these scents are in my opinion a very valuable tool !

Mike S

Magic!!! Had a Mexican Black Kingsnake neonate who refused pinkies and links, tried all the tricks and couldn't get him to take. Added a few drops of anole juice and BAM! This juice literally saved that snake. THANK YOU!!