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Date Posted: 16:23:51 11/06/06 Mon
Subject: JOAN - have you seen this???
In reply to:
's message, "Re: Vitamins and Supplements?" on 21:09:11 11/05/06 Sun
Joan - have you seen this? What do you think? Would this make a good alternative to the Repti-cal that some flyers seem to want nothing to do with (from what I've read...) It has NO smell that I can detect whatsoever from sniffing it in the store...sniffing it until I thought someone would come escort me out!!! ha ha!!! (trying to smell the "mango scent" that it says on the front of the bottle that it has...but I could not detect ANY scent whatsoever!!!) Here it is....your thoughts please???
ESU Iguana Calcium Spray contains the correct calcium/phosphorous (2:1) and vitamin D3 ratios to encourage maximal growth and development in Green Iguanas and all herbivorous reptiles. All ingredients in this preparation are present in forms that are rapidly absorbed and assimilated for immediate benefits to the animal. The convenient spray allows easy application and superior adhesion to food.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE IN HEALTHY ANIMALS:
Spray directly onto food (e.g., vegetables, fruits and formulated diets). Allow spray to dry for 15 seconds.
Here's a link to it....
>>I'm concerned that Squiggy isnt getting the nutrition
>>she needs-she's pretty picky.She loves green grapes
>>the most...Every night I give her a large assortment
>>of fruits and veggies,but she leaves most of them
>A variety is the way to go, but flyers have a sweet
>tooth and some will pick fruit over vegetables. Offer
>veggies 4-5 nights a week alone and fruit alone the
>other 2-3 nights.
>>How much exactly should she be
>You can leave small amounts and it will be easier to
>>She pretty much leaves the dry food
>If you mean rodent pellets or "flying squirrel"
>pellets, most won't eat them unless raised on them.
>>....I bought repti-cal to sprinkle on her
>>food,but then she wont touch it at all.........
>Only use a pinch 2-3 times a week.
>You can buy liquid calcium that goes in their water.
>There is a calciun/D3 liquid called Calcivet by
>Vetafarm and it goes in water and you wouldn't need to
>give anything else.
>I offer a choice of plain water and vitamin water.
>>Anyway,I was looking at Exoticnutrition.com and they
>>have foods and supplements,but I am not sure what to
>>get as nothing seems to be made expressly for
>They do, but forget these commercial foods for flyers.
>>Would Sugar Glider food be acceptable?
>No, they are totally separate species. Flyers are much
>easier to feed. You are feeding her correctly with the
>variety and she's eating what she needs. They will NOT
>>have Glider-Cal which has no phospherous...does she
>No, phospherous is needed as it works with calcium.
>See here for foods that contain both:
>There are vitamins for Gliders as
>>well....Would those be okay for Flyers?There is also
>>something called Calcimize which is supposed to remove
>>chlorine and heavy metals from the water AND add
>>calcium..I have well water,there is no chlorine in
>>it,but we have a water softener that uses potasium
>>chloride....will that harm her?
>Don't waste your money
>>Should i maybe be using
>>Are all flyers such picky eaters?
>They will love something one day and hate it the next
>... just continue with a variety of veggies and fruit.
>>By the way,she loves to play in her water dish...She
>>immerses first her front half in the dish, splashing
>>with her front legs as if she were swimming...then she
>>drapes herself across the dish and gets her belly
>LOL I knew of one that like to shower with it's HOF,
>but most don't care for water.
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