Recommended By Veterinarians

Genuine Phoenix Worms have a naturally balanced calcium:phosphorus ratio and are the only calcium-rich feeder that can be safely fed as a staple.

Phoenix Worms are also a natural weapon against coccidia. In addition to having a perfect balance of calcium and phosphorus, Phoenix Worms provide high levels of natural lauric acid. Lauric acid is known for its excellent antimicrobial properties including potent activity against lipid coated viruses, clostridium, and pathogenic protozoa including coccidia. Lauric acid is a medium chain saturated fatty acid found in Phoenix Worms as well as some vegetable oils and in dairy products. 53% of the fat in Phoenix Worms is beneficial lauric acid, a proven antimicrobial especially effective against coccidiosis.

Click on TESTIMONIALS to read accounts of improved health when Phoenix Worms are fed. There are instances of cured metabolic bone disease (MBD) where animals have regained the ability to walk and eat on their own. A breeder of shama birds has reported that a broken beak completely regrew in less than three weeks, something never seen before. A dart frog breeder now has tadpoles from two species which she had never been able to breed before. She credits Phoenix Worms with this success.

Be sure to click on NEWS to read about birds on the critically endangered species list that zoos have saved by feeding Phoenix Worms!