You can buy pure calcium powder in health food stores

this is my pet leopard gecko Charm eating calcium powder sped up for those of you who don't want to spend 10 minutes of your life watching my little leopard gecko eating calcium slowly lol
here is a link to the full video it has more info in the description then this does.

Sep 26, 2010 - Q: Is Fluker's calcium powder with vitamin D3 and Rep-Cal Herptivite powder good brands for Leopard & Banded Geckos?

What leopard gecko calcium powder do I use? Calcium with D3 or without D3? What brand of vitamin is best? How do I dust feeders? How often should I dust my feeders? Should I gutload feeders? These are all very common questions from leopard gecko hobbyists. We will go through all these questions and hopefully clear things up for you. Here is an easy to follow comprehensive gecko feeding/supplement guide. So let’s get started!

Leopard geckos: Best calcium/multivitamins - Geckos Unlimited

Jun 6, 2017 - Or, “what leopard gecko vitamin supplements should I buy?” Vitamin and mineral supplements are an important part of your leopard gecko’s diet. Calcium is the most important mineral and should be available to your gecko at all times by placing a dish with calcium powder in the cage. The feeder insects should also be coated with calcium powder prior to feeding. For adult geckos coat the insects 1 to 2 times per week. For babies, juveniles, and breeding females coat the insects daily. Vitamins are also a necessary part of the gecko diet, but should be used sparingly and not on the same day as calcium. Feeder insects should be coated with vitamins once every 7 to 10 days. To coat the insects place them in a bag or cup with the vitamin or mineral powder. Shake the container around until all the insects are dusted with the powder.

I have a 9 month leopard gecko ive always been giving him calcium

What leopard gecko calcium powder do I use? Calcium with D3 or without D3? What brand of vitamin is best? How do I dust feeders? How often should I dust my feeders? Should I gutload feeders? These are all very common questions from leopard gecko hobbyists. We will go through all these questions and hopefully clear things up for you. Here is an easy to follow comprehensive gecko feeding/supplement guide. So let’s get started!

You should also dust crickets every day if you aren't already.


A variety of small invertebrates (bugs/worms) are eagerly accepted by Leopard Geckos. A good feeding schedule for Leopard Geckos is every other day or at least 3 times a week. Hatchlings will feed on 2 to 3 week old crickets or mealworms. You should keep a shallow dish of calcium in with them at all times,you can add mealworms to this dish for feeding. Leopard Geckos will lick calcium from this whenever they feel the need. As they grow,provide larger crickets,and mealworms. You may also feed your Leopard Gecko wax-worms,silk worms,goliath worms and the occasional pinkie mouse. Dust food with a calcium powder about twice a week to provide additional calcium for growing bones. Adults may be supplemented once weekly,unless females are producing eggs. This uses huge amounts of calcium,and supplements should be made daily. Dust crickets and other food items one a week with a multivitamin supplement.A variety of insects can be offered to the geckos - appropriately sized cultured crickets, mealworms, and wax worms can be fed. Dusting food with calcium powder once a week or a couple times a month is a good idea. Insects should be gut-fed 24 hours before being fed to your lizard. You can buy commercial gut-load at most pet stores. Leopard Geckos will occasionally lick calcium powder directly out of a shallow dish or bowl, so it wouldn’t hurt to offer it. Use a phosphorus-free supplement like Rep-CalTM.