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Topdawg Pet Supply Calci - sand 1lb - Pink

Topdawg Pet Supply Calci - sand 1lb - Pink


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Naturals Calci-Sand for Reptiles is fine calciferous sand that's ideal for chameleons tortoises lizards snakes arachnids or insects that come from an arid environment. Its non-toxic natural vegetable based coating makes it the perfect dA cor for your pet's terrarium. The naturally spherical grains won't scratch your pets inside or out. There are no artificial dyes or chemicals. Though not intended as a food source or supplement Calci-Sand is 100 percent edible and easily digestible which allows reptiles to ingest necessary calcium for proper bone development as well as reducing the risk of impaction. It is also safe for use in direct contact with heat and has neither the added benefit of not harboring mites nor the growth of mold or fungi. Calci-Sand makes spot cleaning a breeze as it readily clumps wet waste material drying it and preventing it from being spread. Pink. 1 lb. Naturally spherical grains. 100 percent edible. see more...

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Topdawg Pet Supply Calci - sand 1lb - Pink
Topdawg Pet Supply Calci - sand 1lb - Pink
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Courtney G.
Savannah , GA
142 reviews
Pet Lover Expert Level 4
Actually, Calci-Sand is one of the worst things you can buy. It is made out of calcium carbonate which is also used to neutralize stomach acid (Your bearded dragon is literally living on TUMS... Check out the ingredient list!). If a bearded dragon feels like it needs more calcium in its diet, it can get into the habit of eating this stuff... And the more they ingest, the more they neutralize their stomach acid, which just makes it more difficult to digest. Not to mention that Calci-Sand tends to harden like cement when wet.
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