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Gecko Juice

Gecko Juice

Regular price $44.99 USD
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Gecko 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 9 reviews
Christopher Brown
Amazing product!

I recently acquired 3.3 Gray-banded Kingsnake hatchlings from various localities. I’ve had them for a few weeks, but haven’t had much luck getting them to eat (like most people). I tried boiled pinks, washed pinks, brained pinks & washed/boiled/brained pinks with small pieces of f/t house gecko inserted, all without any luck. I decided to purchase reptilinks gecko juice and all 6 snakes ate tonight! It’s almost like a cheat code!
Here’s how I got the snakes to eat: (1) remove pinkies from freezer, add a few drops of dawn dish soap on pinkies, and wash them for 30 seconds under cool tap water (2) boil pinkies for 15 seconds (3) pat dry the boiled pinkies and immediately add gecko juice to the ENTIRE pinky (all along the back, belly, both sides, head/face, and tail) while still warm – this allows the juice to absorb into the prey item (4) Wait another 2-3 minutes, then offer it the snake. If the snake doesn’t eat it, just leave the pinky in the enclosure and walk away. I rarely write reviews, but I wanted to offer some feeding advice for those who may benefit. Good luck!

Rodolfo Eusebio
Great product!

I bought a pair of Childrens pythons last September. One refused to eat,tried live,f/t pinks but no response. Had to stick the head of the f/t pink in it's mouth then it would eat. Did this weekly since refused to eat on its own even tried 2 weeks to make it go hungry and eat but no use.
Put a few drops of gecko juice on a f/t pink and it lunged and ate it in its own!
Whew,,,my worries are over,thank you so much! Keep making these awesome products!!!


the gecko juice worked like a charm for my picky grey banded king snake! He didn’t even hesitate and before scenting, he refused frozen and live. This product is a life saver!! Thank you

Saved my snake

I had gotten a baby Childrens Python at an expo, and for a full month she refused to eat anything. I had tried nearly everything to try and get her to eat, so upon finding this product online I figured it was at least worth a shot. She took the scented mouse immediately, and in all honestly probably saved her from starving. Big thanks to Reptilinks for making this, I'd reccomend it to anybody with a picky snake.

I hope they never discontinue making this

I have a rosy boa that stopped eating for over a month and nothing was changed in his husbandry. Board certified reptile vet gave him a clean bill of health. I decided to try this on a frozen thawed mouse and wow it worked like a charm and he ate today! I hope they never discontinue making this, brilliant stuff.