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    Quote Originally Posted by IHaveNoIdea View Post
    Zeolite contains calcium, leo's slight defficiency in calcium will end up eating the zeolite. Looking at the picture, the floor is totally covered with it. I would expect a bit more research and thinking generally from someone who is keeping leopard geckos for almost 10 years..
    yes yes. so i'm here with many question, to fill the gaps. because almost this time, i never have any problem. but it doesn't mean what i have been trough are 100% good, right? so i need this kind information, why in here no one have used the zeolite. Maybe someone have problem (Like used zeolite as substrate and the leo's got impaction) and could share in here.

    thank you sir for the feedback.

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    I'm working on getting more information and will let you know if and when I get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acpart View Post
    I'm working on getting more information and will let you know if and when I get it.

    Aliza
    i'm looking forward for this information.

    Thanks Aliza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IHaveNoIdea View Post
    Zeolite contains calcium, leo's slight defficiency in calcium will end up eating the zeolite. Looking at the picture, the floor is totally covered with it. I would expect a bit more research and thinking generally from someone who is keeping leopard geckos for almost 10 years..
    Please try sticking to constructive criticism, the rudeness isn't necessary. There are nicer ways to give advice. Keep it friendly, careful of the words you use, or don't reply at all.
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    I use gumballs. They look cute and they are too big for the leos to swallow. Plus, the bonus is that I always have gumballs around when I want one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverside Reptiles View Post
    I use gumballs. They look cute and they are too big for the leos to swallow. Plus, the bonus is that I always have gumballs around when I want one
    Yuck!

    Aliza
    (this may be the first and hopefully the last time I'll use an emoji in a post but I wanted to make sure you knew I was kidding)

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