Im going to hop on this thread because I was thinking of this today. We've had a female panther for about 3 weeks now (not sure of the breed but we wanted to get her out of Petco) and a male Ambilobe for about a week and a half. Since Titus is about twice the size of Anja, we're feeding him 8-10 crickets a day and she is getting about 5. What I've been doing is dusting their crickets with Fluker's calcium with d3 every day. I do it everyday because they're both in fairly large enclosures so even though they nab a few quickly, it's usually an all day affair hunting them down so about half are undusted by the time they're eaten. Does this seem reasonable or should I scale it back?
Also, for those with more experience, is the Flukers good stuff or would another brand be better?
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you are doing it right.. you do not need calcium every feeding. every other is better. You have to account for the fact that your feeders will already have some calcium.