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would it be healthy to put this on my red eyed tree frog's food once a week?
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Zoo Med Zoo Med Reptivite Reptile Vitamins

Complete vitamin and mineral complex that helps correct stress-related and calcium-deficient problems in captive reptilesAll human-grade vitamins and minerals used with no added fillers or artificial additivesMade in the USA
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is this vitamin easy to give to my Lepard Gecko

I have a Lepard Gecko and he can get kinda squirmy. I just wanted to know if this vitamin would be easy for me to give to my little guy. Online it didnt say if its a spray, drop, etc. All I need to know is if it is a spray, drop, etc. Hope you can help me decide how to keep my little guy nice and healthy while it being easy for me to give him! Thanks!
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This is a powder so you simply dust his food with it and give it to him.
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would it be healthy to put this on my red eyed tree frog's food once a week?

I don't do live feeding, I feed him no shell dead snails from a different store, and i'm starting to wonder if he needs more nutrients.
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It is a good idea to include a multivitamin supplement to help ensure that your pet is getting the vitamins and minerals it needs. A varied diet that includes different kinds of gut-loaded prey items can also help provide different nutrients for your pet.
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Can this be used for my Leopard Gecko's dish?

They say you're supposed to have a dish of claiumc powder in the cage, is this good to use for that?
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I have a baby veiled chameleon, and I was wondering if giving him this vitamin every other week would be okay?

I have also purchased Rep-cal Calcium with vitamin D3 (phosphorous free), that I will be giving him 2-3 times a week. Please let me know if I am doing this correctly.
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