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I have been looking for supplements for my first leopard gecko. There were so many out there it was a bit overwhelming, but I stumbled acrossed Exo tera multivitamin and I was excited. The price is great!! I have been using this for 6 months and she is looking so healthy and content! Will be buying again!!
None of my herps would touch it! My frog actually spit the cricket out and my geckos would not touch it! Has a very strong smell.
It's seems to work very well! Personally, I use it for my 4 Hermit Crabs in their 150 gallon terrarium, and they seem to enjoy it pretty well. The first time I tried it on their bowl of fresh tuna fillet, they didn't seem to want to eat all of it (which is strange because they are obsessed with their fresh tuna fillet lol). Once I started using it more often (I use it once every 3 to 4 days), they seem to think it's okay. I mean, it's not like they won't eat their fresh fruits and veggies, live Mealworms, and their wild-caught fresh River Shrimp and Tuna fillet lol ;)
I sprinkle this on my turtles food and they don't seem to notice it.
Product expired last year. It should've been less costly for old product.
It's a good amount of muti vitamin dust considering most reptiles don't need as much as calcium it even comes with a cute little spoon and some sort of instructions or whatever