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    I have a very happy, healthy, adult female leopard gecko. She's about 2 years old, active and very content. Her diet consists of mostly mealworms with the appropriate vitamins with the occasional wax worm or butter worm as a treat. However, I live in Ontario Canada and due to the current virus situation, a lot of "non-essential" business are having to close. I'm nervous that the pet stores around me will be closing their doors to the public for the foreseeable future, and I will be unable to buy live food.

    Is Repashy Grub Pie suitable as a main food for an adult leopard gecko, if I'm left with no choice? Are there other non-live alternatives I could feed her if everything closes? I will try to feed her live food for as long as I can, but everything is uncertain right now and I want to be prepared. Please let me know, I don't want her to starve if I can't buy her food.

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    Will your pet stores be closing during the coronavirus problems? Your pet stores probably qualify as "essential services" and should remain open.

    I don't recommend feeding Repashy's Grub Pie as the only food. Add mealworms too.

    How about purchasing enough mealworms to breed them?
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