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supplements: which ones & how often?


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Posted by rick Gordon on May 02, 2003 at 11:55:07:

In Reply to: supplements: which ones & how often? posted by shortydsm on May 01, 2003 at 16:38:30:

:Currently I use Herptivite mixed with a Calcium/D3 powder & I dust my crickets/mealworms every other feeding, which is what most people have advised me to do... is this ok? My dragons are not growing very fast, I want them to eventually be HUGE! What does everyone else use & do?
Rick:: Food is also important. Feed them a large and varied diet if you want the best growth. Add pinkies and other insects to the diet will help. My waterdragons grew the fastest when they were free fed Zoophobas. I kept the Zoophobas in a liter pan that they could easily get into with a mixture of dried carrots and collared greens. The waterdragon ate as much as they wanted as often as they wanted.





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