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    Default Zoomed repti calcium or rep-cal calcium

    I recently purchased the rep-cal calcium was wondering if it was better than their repti calcium from zoo med. On the bottle of the zoo med supplement it says that it is pure calcium and leadfree. it also says that the lead in the oyster shell calcium is harmful to reptiles.the rep-cal calcium says that it is phosphorus free and it has more vitamin D3 unit then the other one does. I'm wondering which one is better for my whites tree frog because I'm having trouble with Misty my newest where she's pooping white urates. I took her to the vet to be seen and having her poop sent out and tested for any possible ailments. I recently got her from a petco near by work. She's been in a qt tank for the last two weeks. Does anyone have any opinion of calcium supplement vs the other?
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    Default Re: Zoomed repti calcium or rep-cal calcium

    You want to use a calcium with D3.
    1.1.0 - Oophaga Pumilio 'Blue Jeans' (2014 Nicaragua Import)
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    1.1.0 - D. Tinctorius 'Citronella'
    1.2.0 - D. Tinctorius 'Azureus'
    0.0.2 - D. Tinctorius 'Sipaliwini'
    0.0.2 - D. Tinctorius 'New River'
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    Default Re: Zoomed repti calcium or rep-cal calcium

    Both have d 3 but one has more than the other. The one with more d 3 is phosphorus free and the other one is lead free. Not sure if it matters ?
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    I use TetraFauna Reptocal TetraFauna Reptocal Reptile Supplement at PETCO and my guys have done well on it.
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