Geckos refusing D3 Supplement?

Christywoowoo

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CT
I use that supplement all the time, and a few of my geckos turn their nose up at it. It might be the odor. I just make sure the worms wiggle a lot and eventually they will eat it if they're hungry enough.

If I don't offer anything but the dusted ones, they will give up and eat what's offered.
 

sachen

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Canada
I think it is just that some leos don't like multivitamin. My leopard gecko ate food coated with zoo med repti calcium with d3 fine but hate rep cal's herptivite. But my gecko will eat insects coated with zoo med's reptivite without d3.
 

GeckoGrace

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Northern Illinois
Update: I found that if I place a small pinch on each worm then the geckos wont taste it and will eat it fine. I also put a little bit in their water. Thanks for all the help guys.
 

GeckoGrace

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Northern Illinois
Update: I found that if I place a small pinch on each worm then the geckos wont taste it and will eat it fine. I also put a little bit in their water. Thanks for all the help guys.:main_thumbsup:
 

Leokaiser

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Lewes Delaware
I have to use about 3 different brands with D3 and then I have a few without D3 for their calcium dishes and they all have their preferences with those too. Its a pain in the butt that they are so picky but its all for the love of geckos.

Just make sure they at least have a dish with non D3 in it at all times for those days they get really picky.
 
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