The Worm Lady® Live Feeder Insects for your Reptiles & Exotic Pets
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My name is Annie and I operate 'The Worm Lady' in McGregor, a village just south of Windsor, Ontario. My husband Peter and I raise/grow horn worms, silkworms, super worms, mealworms, and also carry 'Phoenix worms', wax worms, crickets, butter worms, live and frozen mice and rats. We also sell cooked 'Silkworm Chow ' and 'Hornworm Chow ', and our custom-blended 'Cricket Dry Food ' to keep those live feeders well nourished and fed until your critter gulp's 'em down!
I have two beardies myself and they love all my worms. When you order your live feeders from me I always do my absolute best to ensure an over-count, prompt next-day delivery - whenever possible, proper and personal attention to each order, and well-fed, healthy live feeders to you - my customers. I currently provide live product to various pet/reptile stores in the area, reptile rescue facilities across Ontario, as well as on-line to people throughout Ontario and elsewhere - from Vancouver BC to Dartmouth Nova Scotia Canada.
Excellent nutrition, and responsible husbandry, must be combined to insure the health of your reptiles. You can be feeding the most perfectly balanced diet in existence, but without the optimum temperature gradient, that 'perfect diet' is not able to be properly digested. Reptiles are cold blooded animals so they require heat in order to digest their foods. If this temperature requirement is not met the food will simply rot in their gut and not be digested, resulting in elevated uric acid levels, and an acidic blood pH level causing detrimental damage to your reptile. Digestion is not only impaired by improper heat requirements, but lack of hydration can also have adverse effects on digestion as well. Water consumption is often overlooked when thinking about digestion, but without proper amounts of water intake the process of digestion can be halted, thus, causing serious damage to your reptiles.
If you have a picky eater who will not eat a good variety of live feeders for a properly balanced diet you should try some of the Repashy Superfoods Meal Replacement products. These were scientifically formulated to return your pet to optimum health, and keep him healthy for the long term too!
We've adopted the policy to grow all of our Super worms, Meal worms and Crickets on an organic vegetarian diet of Canadian wheat bran, with carrot, celery, cabbage, apple for moisture, and our custom blend of dry food formula for additional minerals and vitamins (see our Dry Cricket Food). This daily 'organic gut-load' reduces the uric acid levels in our feeders resulting in a much healthier Live Feeder Insect for your herps - Uric acid is now recognized as a major factor for gout, liver and kidney disease in reptiles - (We often hear from people who make their own 'veggie-based' cricket feeds or “gut-loads” and that they have healthier Reptiles compared to using commercial feeds and gut-loads). See our SPECIALS - Organically raised Supers, Meals, Crickets, and more.
Anyway - getting back to hydration: An example of water intake is through the ingestion of insects. Insects alone can provide a large amount of water to aid in the hydration of your reptile. In their natural habitat the early morning dew that is apparent in many arid lands is yet another method of water consumption, and for the herbivores, they will get much of their hydration from consuming plant material. As you can see, besides the obvious rain and access to running water there are many other means in which a reptile can get the moisture it requires.
My 6 yr old bearded dragon 'Beastie' playing in the Phoenix worms box ... Mar.2014
Reptiles in their natural habitat have learned to adapt to natural ways of maintaining proper hydration. However, when housed in captivity the reptiles are not able to resort to most of the methods listed above since they are at the mercy of their keeper to provide them with the proper environment.
Fast forward to the dry terrarium with glass sides, a screen top and a basking light … Even a desert adapted reptile can quickly become dehydrated and die in an enclosure like this. In such a situation it's up to the keeper to provide the moisture to the reptiles, and often, it is in an 'unnatural form' via misting, soaking, a water bowl or a combination of these three methods. The point is that a dehydrated reptile can not assimilate the best of meals so without the proper hydration the absorption of nutrition really suffers. This is why Live Foods are so important as they provide much needed hydration.
Now that we understand that proper heat and hydration is an important part of the key to success I can now begin expounding on the importance of nutrition.
The first goal on the way to great health is to attain and maintain a blood pH in the alkaline range of 6.4 to 7.0, an indicator of good mineral nutrition. Without it, the body becomes acidic due to the gradual depletion of its mineral reserves and all types of health stresses can occur, both in reptiles and in humans too!.
Vitamin D is one of the most important vitamins in reptile keeping, especially, when the reptiles are indoors and without natural sunlight UV radiation. Most reptile keepers are familiar with Vitamin D in regards to calcium powder, which in most cases is used to 'dust' the insects, coating them with a fine white powder. It can also be used in other ways, such as being mixed into a salad for herbivores, sprinkled on a pellet diet, or in the case of mixed right into the powdered diet. We believe that one of the best Calcium supplementss available in CANADA is the Repashy Superfoods Calcium Plus.
Since reptiles are viewed more as a specialty pet little research has been done in regards to their nutritional requirements. Thus the guidelines for use of these products vary quite a bit amongst manufacturers, as does the inclusion ratio of Vitamin D to Calcium. The product degradation is also a major concern and factor to consider. There are various views on what vitamins should be mixed with a calcium supplement and how the mixture of vitamins can be effected by the minerals. Although there are many views on this subject very little research has been done mainly due to the fact that there is just not a competitive market for their foods like there is with dogs and cats. To most people the keeping of Reptiles is not mainstream, which means that there is little monetary motivation to understanding their unique nutritional requirements.
'Bubba' our 5 month old rescue weighing-in at 70 grams (she was given to us late Nov-2013 at 2 mths of age weighing only 6gr and on the verge of death) photo Mar.15.2014
Many people believe that there is no such thing as too much calcium in a reptile's diet, especially, when it is through supplementation. This is definitely not true. Calcium in high doses can act as a binder, which inhibits the absorption of essential nutrients such as other essential minerals, as well as vitamins. In the presence of too much Vitamin D, excess Calcium can calcify the internal organs, liver and kidneys. Calcium neutralizes stomach acids, which are necessary for the digestion and absorption of all nutrients. Many drugs have warnings to not take them with an antacid because it can prevent the drug from being absorbed into the system. Balance is a major key. Giving a large dose of calcium all at once is not the same as giving a smaller amount with each feeding.
Phosphorous and its relationship to calcium is also very important. It's generally agreed across the vertebrate world, that an inclusion ratio of 2:1 (calcium/phosphorous) is optimal. This is a common ratio measured in healthy bone analysis of most vertebrates (including humans). To err to the high side with calcium is generally much easier to metabolize than a diet that has less than a 2:1 ratio of Calcium to Phosphorius. Even a 3:1 ratio is metabolized efficiently by most organisms. This is why the 'Genuine' Phoenix Worm is rated as the best live feeder insect available for reptiles, frogs, fish and turtles being kept as pets in captivity, since it is the only larva/worm to even come near the ideal 2:1 Calcium Phosphorous ratio, water for hydration and protein as well. 'Bubba' (left) is a living testimonial of the therapeutic advantage of 'Genuine' Phoenix worms.
The importance of calcium in reptile nutrition is of a high concern. History shows us that a calcium deficiency is a common problem, especially when the reptiles are pressured into longer than natural breeding seasons, resulting in metabolic bone disease. As noted above, this situation causes unnatural stress on female reptiles to produce more eggs, thus requiring more calcium. Remember, however, that it is not just a lack of calcium that creates this problem, but a complex relationship between many vitamins and minerals.
Again, as I always tell all of my customers, a good variety of nutritious live foods is essential in the rearing of healthy reptiles in captivity. This will ensure a good mix of micro and macro nutrients with a good variety of minerals and vitamins in whole foods form, not from synthesised processes, which never can equal what nature provides in organic 'live foods'.
Provide your pets a balanced Live Foods diet and they will thank you for it!
Many thanks to Allen Repashy for all of his research on reptilian nutrition ... some of the above content was inspired by him!
If you have any questions or comments please let me know in my contact us page.
I can also be reached by e-mail at theWormLady1@gmail.com. If I don't have what you want, I'll do my best to help you find it !!!
- Sincerely, Annie Brenner
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A Customer Testimonial
My rescued leopard gecko feasting on a Hornworm from 'The Worm Lady'
Photo by: Emily Loop
"This picture is of my 13th rescued leopard gecko! He was giving me a hard time! See his feet are orange! He was kept on calci-sand that sadly was bedded for 3 sheds! He wouldn't eat for nothing! Annie suggested Horn Worms and well ... this is the result! Sadly the store I was buying worms off, who actually got their worm supply from Annie, was closing down and they gave me a card to get a hold of her. That was the best phone call I ever made!
I run a Reptile Rescue here in Leamington out of my home, I own 15 of my own leopard geckos, 2 bearded dragons, 1 crested gecko, and at anytime there is 5-10 rescues In my home! You can imagine how hungry they must be! Annie's worms are the best I have ever got! Pet stores can't compare! She hand picks and counts every worm to make sure it's quality and quantity! At any given time there are about 6000 insects in my home to properly feed my rescues!
And at 'The Worm Lady' the prices don't break the bank! I have not once had a cricket die unless it's being chewed on by a beardie or leo! Worms, all types, horns, silks, all are always amazing! High quality! Not only are her insects top quality but she is also amazing in educating you on what each and every single worm she has does and what it will do for your reptile!
If you're not buying from Annie I suggest you start to order! You won't regret it. :)"
Sent from my iPhone - Friday Sept. 27th, 2013 -
Emily Loop, (Reptiles Rescue) Leamington, Ontario
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Variety In Diet ! - What Do Reptiles Eat?
In the wild, common pets such as reptiles, amphibians, frogs, turtles and other exotics have access to worms, moths, crickets, beetles, grubs and so much more.
One of the most important things you can do to help ensure your exotics have a long and healthy life is to provide a good VARIETY of healthy live feeders, for a BALANCED DIET. Variety provides a good mix of nutrients, minerals and vitamins, which is so very important for all living things. It doesn't matter how 'perfect' or wonderfully nutritious a particular food might be, eating that and only that with little or no variation is NOT healthy.
Think about it ... if you ate little or nothing of nutritional value for a month and then ate one healthy and nutritious meal, would you consider yourself healthy again? Of course not! So 'gut-loading' live feeders for just a day or two before feeding them to your pet doesn't make much sense either. Do your very best to make sure that the feeder insects you buy come to you already 'gut-loaded' and ready to feed your critter AND that you also can buy and take home with you suitable food for the live feeders you buy so that you can keep them healthy and 'gut loaded' daily until fed to your exotics.
ALL our Top High-Quality Live Feeders are Gut Loaded daily and also come to you with some of our High Quality Custom Recipe Chow to keep them well fed and hydrated until you give them to your pets to eat. There is no point at all in spending money on insects and worms that have not themselves received appropriate nutrition.
For the happiest and healthiest pets, what you want to do is provide a good variety of live feeders in your pet’s diet. Feed as many different healthy things as you can find (see: feeding chart), and do your best to purchase healthy feeder insects. Buy live feeders, worms and crickets, that are already 'gut loaded' and full of moisture and nutrients.
What do reptiles eat? See The Worm Lady's Feeding Chart: Live Feeder Insects
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Me (Annie) at right, with my husband Peter (left), with 'Beastie' my bearded dragon. (Photo taken at the Toronto Beaches Boardwalk, courtesy of a very friendly stranger) August 2012
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One of the most important things you can do to help ensure your exotics have a long and healthy life is to provide a VARIETY of healthy live feeders.
At The Worm Lady our worms are bred/raised on fresh vegetables, grains, and high quality, specially prepared premium chow that is specific to that particular worm or insect.
This is your assurance that, when you buy and use Live Feeder products from The Worm Lady, you’re giving your critter the best! Any questions or comments? Contact us here
Buy all of your live feeder worms and insects online direct from us and save ... The Worm Lady is your #1 source in South-Western Ontario for the following Live Feeders:
Phoenix Worms, Silkworms, Hornworms, Butterworms, Superworms, Wax Worms, Crickets & Mealworms, live or frozen Mice and Rats, and Repashy Superfoods
OUR FEEDERS ALWAYS COME TO YOU GUT/MOISTURE LOADED and READY TO NOURISH YOUR PETS!
As with any species, do not feed an exclusive diet of only one or two insects to your exotics. In the wild, all animals that feed on insects will eat 50 or more varieties, giving the animal a truly varied vitamin and mineral intake for a well-balanced diet. As pet owners, hobbysts or breeders, we must approximate their feeding habits and the best way to do this is by feeding variety with an exotic mix of bugs.
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Here at 'The Worm Lady' we are qualified to breed and raise the several types of live feeders (worm/larvae) described in our website to feed all of your pet reptiles, amphibians, birds and fish with the best, moisture and gut-loaded, top quality live feeders available, to insure you have happy and healthy exotic pets.
ALL of our Top High-Quality Live Feeder Worms and Insects come to you freshly Gut Loaded, and with some of our High Quality Custom Recipe Premium Chow for them to feed on.
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Nutritional information on our LIVE WORM feeders
The Top Seven Live Worm Feeder Insects
#1.Phoenix Worm #2.Silkworm #3.Hornworm #4.Butterworm #5.Waxworm #6.Superworm #7.Crickets
These Live Feeders are Listed In Order of their Nutritional Value (#1 best to #7 lowest)
What Do Reptiles Eat ?
100 Count Large $8.95 / 100 Count Medium $8.25, or 150 Count Small $7.75, in sealed tubs NO feedeing NO cleaning ever - maintenance-free live-feeders ...
**Phoenix Worms is a registered trade mark of Insect Science Resource LLC. All rights reserved.
Phoenix Worms, the number one top feeder for reptiles and amphibians
Incredible Calcium/Phosphorus Ratio! Phoenix Worms® are a black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) and they wriggle like mad and trigger a tremendous feeding response! They don’t smell, don’t need to be fed, won’t escape from the feed dish, can be kept cool (50F/12C degrees or above) or at room temperature, and the only ‘care’ they may need is a couple of drops of water if their substrate begins to get dry.
Phoenix worms pack an almost perfect ratio of calcium and phosphorus which can halt (and sometimes even reverse) metabolic bone disease. It increases clutch sizes, and when fed to babies/juveniles, boosts growth rates by up to 30%. They also have high natural levels of lauric acid, known to be an excellent antimicrobial which is very potent and guards against lipid-coated viruses, clostridium and pathogenic protozoa including coccidian. The larvae of Hermetia illucens, commonly known as the Black Soldier Fly, Phoenix Worms have been fed to many thousands of animals by breeders and hobbyists over the past twelve years. See Bearded Dragon Diet - 53% of the fat in Phoenix Worms is beneficial lauric acid, a proven antimicrobial especially effective against coccidiosis.
Recommended by veterinarians, 'genuine Phoenix Worms' are the only calcium-rich feeder that have a naturally 2:1 balanced calcium to phosphorus ratio, and can be safely fed as a staple feeder for your bearded dragon diet. Delicious, nutritious, high in calcium and low in fat. Now there is a live feeder that Naturally provides very high Calcium, with Low Phosphorous levels, is maintenance-free, and reptiles love them too!
'Genuine Phoenix worms require NO feeding, and keep for a month or longer refrigerated at 55-60 F, in the tub they came in. Even the substrate they come in, and live in, is safe for your reptiles to ingest with NO ill side-effects. It's really exiting to have a simple, healthier, and easier live-feeding solution for ourselves and for our customers too'.
Phoenix Worms® are the perfect live insect feeder for most exotics. See: BSFL
Here at the Worm Lady is where you can order the 'Genuine' Phoenix Worms, developed by Dr. Craig Sheppard, University of Georgia entomologist and the developer of this unique new feeder insect. Fresh Phoenix Worms will be sent direct to you from our facility in McGregor Ontario (just south of Windsor) Contact Us page
Even when the Phoenix larva morphs into the Black Soldier Fly it will be useful as a treat to most insectivorous reptiles (bearded dragons, skinks, chameleons, anoles, geckos, turtles, frogs, tarantulas, steppe runners, scorpions and fish) which will eagerly chase and eat them ... most herps loved them.
The Phoenix worm should be high on the ‘regular feeder’ list of every reptile, amphibian or exotic's diet!
Silkworms - 20 Med. (in Silk-Pod with Fresh Chow)
$17.00 (only 85 cents ea.)
Silkworms, the many benefits
Nutritional Content! According to many, silkworms are naturally one of the healthiest insect you can get to feed your pet. You just can't beat the low-fat content & nutritional value of a silk worm. Silkworms are a high source of Calcium, Protein, Iron, Magnesium, Sodium, and Vitamins B1, B2, and B3. Anole expert, A. Lanolis says, "...they're naturally the healthiest insect you can get." Once thought to be delicate and hard to care for, silkworms are actually very hardy needing only a dry environment and a small amount of silkie food daily (which can be kept in the fridge for up to a month). Because of their high calcium content, silkworms are especially great for gravid females since they help ensure strong and healthy eggs/offspring.
Silkworms also contain an enzyme called serrapeptase which has many beneficial properties: it is an excellent anti-inflammatory and pain reliever, it aids calcium absorption, and it also fights arterial plaque!!
Finally, as they are soft bodied, there is no worry of impaction in small or young exotics. Considering their excellent nutritional value, low fat content, and ease of keeping, silkworms are building a strong demand and should be part of a regular exotic’s diet.
Horn worms - 15 Med. (in Horn-Pod with Fresh Chow)
$20.00 (only $1.33 ea.
butter worms - 50 (in black tub with dry substrate)
$17.40 (only 34.8 cents ea.)
Butter worms ** highest in calcium
Calcium Plus! Similar in size and texture to wax worms, these soft grub-like worms are hands down the top feeder for Calcium with nearly twice as much as any other feeder insect! Although high in fat content, they can be fed regularly to reptiles and exotics. In fact, they are an excellent regular addition to the diets of juvenile exotics, those that are emaciated or suffering from poor body condition as well as gravid females.
The Chilean Moth (Chilecomadia moorei) is a moth of the Cossidae family. The Butterworm is the larval form and is commonly used as fishing bait in in South America. Butterworms, like mealworms, are used as food for Insectivore pets, such as geckos , bearded dragons and other reptiles, as their scent and bright color help attract the more stubborn eaters. They are also called tebro worms or trevo worms, and are high in fat and calcium. Tortoises may even be fed Butterworms due to the high calcium content. It is a good idea to feed a female tortoise Butterworms during egg development for well formed hatchlings. (courtesy of Wikipedea)
wax worms - 250 (in blue tub with dry wood shavings)
Only $15.65 (1.6 cents ea.)
Wax worms ** a tasty treat for dragons and geckos
Yum! Wax worms are a common reptile/amphibian food but they should be fed only as a treat since they are high in fat. Think of them as candy bars for your critters! Wax worms do not need to be fed, can be kept in the fridge (no lower than 50F/12C) for up to 3 months. Their substrate, usually wood shavings, should be kept dry.
Waxworms are an ideal food for reptiles such as bearded dragons, the neon tree dragon, turtles, geckos or chams.
** NOTE: When using these feeders in the regular diet of a healthy exotic, try to make sure you’ve given the healthiest foods first and save these for desert. When you feed desert first, you’ll almost certainly end up with a “picky eater”!!
Super worms - 1000 (in our custom-blend dry food/wheat-bran substrate & fresh carrot)
Only $26.80 (2.7 cents ea.)
Superworms, give variety to your reptile's diet
Superworms are readily accepted by lizards, turtles, frogs, salamanders, birds, Koi and all other insect-loving animals. Their hard chitin may make them less suitable for arachnids, some predatory insects, and baby or infant reptiles, since this may cause impaction (and possible death).
When feeding your smaller or younger exotics, try to feed the white or light-coloured Superworms since they have recently shed and would have a less hard outer chitin. The substrate the Superworms are reared and kept in has a huge impact on the nutritional value they provide. Moisture can be provided by adding cut carrot, potatoe/sweet potato or orange peel, and their bedding or substrate should be checked daily for mold.
Supers and virtually all other feeders should be dusted with calcium immediately prior to presenting them to your pet, and they should only represent a portion of an exotic’s daily or staple food source.(See August SPECIAL Super Worms)
Crickets - 1000 (with some of our custom-blend dry food) - Only $23.25 (2.3 cents ea.)
Crickets, good bulk feeder insect for hungry juveniles
Crickets are popular as a live food source for carnivorous pets like frogs, lizards, tortoises, salamanders, and spiders. Feeding crickets, along with other nutritious food, in order to pass the nutrition onto animals that eat them is known as gut loading. In addition to this, the crickets should be dusted with a mineral supplement powder (calcium) to ensure complete nutrition to the pet.
Crickets have relatively powerful jaws, and several species have been known to bite humans. Crickets are composed mainly of ash and crave moisture, so you must always provide them moisture (water, sliced carrot, orange, or apple) to avoid the crickets biting your pet in seeking moisture. Smaller crickets have less chitin so they are best fed to juvenile reptiles. Larger crickets have a hard exoskeleton and may cause impaction (sometimes resulting in death of your juvenile reptile).
1000 mealworms (in wheat bran) in food-grade tub - Only $15.00 (1.5 cents ea.)
Mealworms, ok bulk feeder for hungry juveniles
Mealworms are the most economical live feeders available, very low maintenance, and good life span, so they are great for feeding to adult reptiles and aquatics - but they have a very hard exoskeleton so only the fresh-shed (pale in color) mealworms should ever be fed to baby reptiles to avoid impaction and possible paralysis and/or death.
At The Worm Lady we guarantee you are getting the Top Quality mealworm feeders for all your 'mealworm eating critters', such as amphibians, reptiles, sugar gliders, chickens, quail, hamsters, hedgehogs, Koi Fish, rats, gerbils and other rodents, blue birds and other wild birds too.
When you order your 'mealworms' from us, other than supplying a hydration source twice a week (i.e. carrot and apple), we send you everything you need to keep your mealworms organically healthy until you feed them to your pets.
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