Got told last night that you only need to give your lizards Nutrobal as there is no way you can replicate an enviroment for a lizard to be able to benefit (absorb) from calcium powder given on food.
What are your views on this as I have been told this twice now, once by a vet and once by an...
so as my baby beardie wont eat dusted crickets i put a little on his greens. i tryed to give him some as hes been eating the greens from my hands. he licked it then started to lick his rock where the powder droped. he then started to paw at the rock? i desided to put some in the dip of his big...
Today I became the happy owner of 2 lovely little Fire Bellied Toads! One of them is already singing, which I take as a good sign :2thumb:
Quick bit of advice; I have some T-Rex Calcium 2:0 powder, without phosphorous, and just wanted to check this is the right stuff to give them?
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hi i have read in a few places that corn snakes need calcium dust on there feeds
is this correct, iv owned 2 corns and never used calcium dust for them but just wondering if the information i have seen is correct or not
just noticed that my calcium powder and my other dusting powder is out of date about 3-4 months and ive been using it still.
is it still alrite to use, as all my reptiles are all in perfect health etc.
however i only have a little bit of them left anyway
the tubs what i got are
I was basically just wondering what calcium powder you guys use for dusting food and putting in the dish in the viv :)
ive been looking on the net but i dont know!! xD
any help would be great!!