What size Dubia roaches does my pet need?
We have five distinct sizes of Dubia roaches to choose from. *
*For reptiles, the easiest way to select a dubia roach size is to choose a size roach that fits between your pet's eyes.
Roaches shown are not actual size. Actual size is the measurment listed.
Feeding your pet dubia roaches gives them the very best food
Dubia roaches are high in protein and filled with everything your pet needs
Are dubia roaches good for tarantulas?
Tarantulas love Dubia roaches. With crickets, they can get too jumpy, making it hard for pets to consume their prey. Tarantulas don't require much food, but feeder insects, like Dubia roaches, are high in protein, so you can rest assured you will have a well-nourished pet. You can also supplement your tarantula's Dubia roach diet with superworms or waxworms for added fat.Shop Dubia Roaches for Tarantulas
Are dubia roaches good for chameleons?
It's important for chameleons to get lots of calcium. Dubia roaches are perfect feeder insects because they're packed with calcium, protein and other beneficial nutrients for your pet. Dubia roaches are even easier than crickets for your chameleons to digest because Dubia roaches have less chitin (meaning a weaker exoskeleton).Shop Dubia Roaches for Chameleons
Are dubia roaches good for bearded dragons?
Bearded dragons require a hearty diet, so it's important to feed them three times per day. Allow your bearded dragon to eat as many Dubia roaches as they can within a 15-minute period each mealtime. They can often eat up to 50 Dubia roaches per day! Even if a roach dies before your beardie eats it, Dubia roaches don't smell when they expire, making them the ideal type of feeder insect to keep on hand in your home.Shop Dubia Roaches for Bearded Dragons
Are dubia roaches good for leopard geckos?
Dubia roaches are a nourishing food choice for your leopard gecko. We have five size options for Dubia roaches, so you can choose what's best for your pet. The general rule is to choose a roach size that fits between their eyes. If you're not sure what size to get, try our smallest Dubia roaches (3/16" to 1/4") and feed your leopard geckos extra if the feeder roaches are too small.Shop Dubia Roaches for Leopard Geckos