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    Question Repashy calcium plus question

    Good evening, had a question about vitamins I was hopeing someone can help we out with. So the past month I have tried fluckers calcium and d3 and I also bought some repcal calcium and d3 and also there multivitamin. I have a pacman frog and he does not seem to care for the fluckers at all, I even find its kinda thick. The repcal he doesn't seem to mind. Today I bought the repashy calcium plus just to try because I have read and heard its a pretty good product. My question is it says to feed with every insect feeding so I am assuming that means everyday? I have a pacman frog and its just baby and he is only eating crickets so far but am trying to get him to eat worms. Is it ok to put on other feeders? My big question is how often should I use this product since it has calcium and d3 with the multivitamin? I don't want to over do it.

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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    I actually went looking for the answer to this myself but couldn't find a solid one. The company claims it's okay to feed every time, but if you want it might be a good idea to skip a powdering every few feedings.

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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    Thank you. Is this really the only vitamin I have to give if I use this product? I just want to be a hundred percent sure. And I thought of calling them myself but figured I would check with others that use it first.

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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    I know nothing about vitamins, so I can't really help you there. But as far as I know it's complete. If you're concerned about deficiencies even with vitamin powder you can make sure the crickets get fresh veggies and alternate between different kinds of insects. (Earthworms are pretty nutritious from what I've heard.)

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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    Thank you again. I give my crickets carrots,lettuce,cheerios and I also put the fluckers calcium cricket food in there for them. Im thinking he should fine if I give it to him every second feeding. And again thank you for the quick reply.

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    i dust withe every feeding, however, i don't keep pacs. i am going to move this over to the pac man forum where more pac owners will see it
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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    Thank you bill, I wasn't sure were it would be better to post here or in that part of the forum.

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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    I dust daily as well. It is good to vary which supplement you use each day to ensure your frog is getting all the nutrients he/she needs. Below is my schedule

    Monday - Repcal Calcium With D3
    Tuesday - Repashy SuperVite
    Wednesday - Repcal Calcium With D3
    Thursday - Repashy SuperVite
    Friday - Repcal Calcium With D3
    Sat - Repashy Calcium Plus ( I mix this one in because it has trace amounts of Vit A and Color enhancers)
    Sunday - Repcal Calcium With D3
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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    Thank you very much, I will go grab the other Repashy products tomorrow. Do you do this with your pacman frog? And if you don't have one will this be ok for a pacman frog? I know when he gets bigger it will change abit but its ok to give him some kind of vitamin everyday right now as a baby. Im just making sure because I just lost a pacman frog last week so now im paranoid about everything do.

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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    I do this is for Dart frogs. At the bare minimum you want to provide Calcium with D3 with every feeding to your frogs. pacman, pixie, tree forgs, dart, mantella, anything. I will get with my pacman expert and have an answer for you on if this schedule would work for a pacman or not.
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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    That would be great, thank you so much.

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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    PacMan recommended dusting schedule

    Young

    Every other day Calcium with D3
    One Day a week do a MultiVit (Repashy Supervite or Repcal Multivite)

    Adults

    They only eat 2 times a week so 1 day do Calcium with D3 and the other Do the MultiVit. Every once in a while skip the MiltiVit and so Calcium with D3 twice a week.
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    Default Re: Repashy calcium plus question

    Thank you so much, that's actually what I have been doing with the repcal products that I have. So that really puts my mind at ease, and I just heard that repashy calcium plus was good so I thought I would give it try. Now I will just bring it back and get Repashys normal vitamins since I hear there line of vitamins is one of the best.

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    I have been using repashy calcium plus and have been dusting every meal like instructed on the bottle and I have no problems to report. If anything I've noticed an increase in activity and very nice color to my frogs. I swear it helps with their skin, I've noticed Fatty (my largest/oldest pacman) is not only always clean and bright but very active and aggressive when it comes to feeding. He is doing a lot better than when I first got him, and I was using flukers calcium.

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    Repashy Calcium Plus is an all in one supplement. It contains Calcium with D3, Vitamine, Color enhancer, and Vitamin A. It is a great daily supplement.
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    Thank you for the feed back guys, Maybe I will keep this and give to him every second feeding. I tried it last night and she seems to like it. And snow I tried the Fluckers also and I found my frogs didn't care for it at all, seemed really heavy and thick to me. Not saying it isn't good just found my frogs didn't care for it.

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    I use Repashy Calcium + for my Pacman. Every feed without issue. He feeds 2/3 times a week.

    I also use the LoD version for my Cham, and the standard Calcium + for my dragons.

    Great product.

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