Reptile Vegetable Food Chart

Reptile Food Chart

Article by Dr. Bogoslavsky

 

Good

Moderate

Poor

Turnip Greens

Carrot Tops

Lettuce(head,iceberg)***

Mustard Greens

Green Beans

Romaine Lettuce***

Collard Greens

Asparagus

Zuchinni

Dandelion Greens

Yellow Squash

Broccoli*

Broccoli Leaves

Sweet Potato

Brussel Sprouts*

Parsley

Bok Choy*

Cauliflower*

Endive

Kale*

Radish*

Escarole

Chard**

Beets**

Water Cress

Yams

Cucumber

Kaboucha Squash

Turnips*

Spinach**

Acorn Squash

Okra

Carrots***

Butternut Squash

Green Peppers

Cabbage*

Parsnip

Rutabaga*

Sprouts*

Snap Peas

Daisies

Mushrooms

Snow Peas

Carnations

Tomatoes

Hibiscus

Geraniums

Celery Stalk**

Rose Petals

Kiwi

Frozen Vegetables

Nasturtiums

Plum

Tofu

Despined Cactus pads

Pear

Apples

Figs

Apricots

Watermelon

Papaya

Raspberries

Grapes***

Mango

Strawberries

Banana***

Cantaloupe

Dates

 

*-These food items can cause thyroid problems, and if fed, should be fed in small amounts.
**-These items contain oxalic acid, and if fed should be fed in small amounts.
***-These items contain large amounts of tannin, and if fed, should be fed in small amounts.

Dr. Bruce’s Herbivore Diet (Iguanas, Bearded Dragons, Skinks, & Chuckwallas)

60% Dark Leafy Vegetables (Greens, Broccoli Leaves, Endive, Escarole)
15% Orange-fleshed Squash (Acorn, Butternut, Kaboucha, Pumpkin, Spaghetti)
15% Other vegetables (parsnips, Snow Peas, Snap Peas, Green Beans, Carrot Tops)
10% Flowers and Fruits (Hibiscus, Rose, Dandelion, Fig, Papaya, Mango)

Avoid Feeding these Toxic Items to your Reptile
Seed from: Apples, Apricots, Cherries,Nectarines, Peaches or Pears.
Avocado, Eggplant, Rhubarb, Rosemary, or Sage.
Azalea, Buttercup, Daffodil, Lilly of the Valley, Marijuana, or Tulip.
Dr. Bogoslavsky DVM Animal Veterinary Hospital of Orlando

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