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Josh's Frogs Dig-It (10 quarts)

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About This Product

Josh's Frogs Dig-It substrate is specifically designed for animals that enjoy burrowing. Containing peat moss and vermiculite, Dig-It is great at retaining humidity and also allows for tunneling and burrowing. In addition to being used as a main substrate, Dig-It makes a great substrate for lay boxes and humid hides. Any eggs laid should then be removed and placed on one of Josh’s Frogs incubation medias.

  • Retains moisture and humidity
  • Holds shape well for tunneling and burrowing
  • Great for laying eggs

Recommended Animals:

  • Fat-Tail Geckos
  • Tarantulas
  • Scorpions
  • Ball Pythons

Recommended Plants:

  • Artificial Plants

Suitable for Misted Setups: No.

Care: Spot clean what you can see, and replace every 2-3 months or as needed. 

Not sure if this is the right substrate for your pet? Josh's Frogs also offers Coco Select, BioBedding, ABG Mix, Coco Cradle, incubation media, feeder insect beddings, various shredded barks like Aspen, Cypress, Pine, and more! 


WARNING: This product can expose you to a chemical (silica), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Shipping

This product ships to your doorstep. Most orders placed before 2pm ET on business days will ship out the same day.

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Wilma

Great

My order came today including my dick its substrate I had ordered substrate plants fruit flies in my order they all came in wonderful shape and the heat pack was still warm I want Josh's Frogs to know that they did a wonderful job I am very very pleased with my whole order and I will be ordering from no one but them from now on.

Jaime

Interesting substrate

Picked this up for some burrowing tarantulas. Unfortunately they want things a little too dry for this substrate to hold structures. Would be great for critters with slightly higher humidity requirements

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