Rep-Cal Calcium - Phosphorus and Vitamin D3 Free for reptiles. Calcium deficiency is a major dietary problem of captive reptiles and amphibians. Maintaining a proper calcium:phosphorous (Ca:P) ratio in the diet of 1.5:1 is believed to be just as important nutritionally as an adequate Ca intake. The problem in most cases is an improper Ca:P ratio, not too little Ca. Pick up some Rep-Cal Calcium - Phosphorus and Vitamin D3 Free for your reptile today.
Dosage: Mix with vegetables, fruits and pastes approximately 1/2 to 1 tablespoon per pound of food.
Hard to find well worth the effort by sharlaxle from Missouri10/22/2011
Finding a good calcium that doesn't have D3 in it is very hard to do. This calcium doesn't clump and doesn't offend the ever picky chameleon. It is well priced and worth the effort not to have to worry about overdosing on D3. If you mimic the natural conditions this is definitly the way to go for your calcium needs.