Okay, I have been using Flukers high-calcium cricket gut load to get my crickets stuffed with calcium for my CWD. The dilemma being that my dragon does not eat her crickets right away, I'm not sure she's getting enough calcium from them at all - how long will that stay in their system as a gut load? She will not eat if her cage is open and I am in there fiddling around, or even when I watch her from across the room - she is a very skittish lizard. I know she IS eating - the bugs disappear from her bin, and she is pooping quite normally. I suspect she does it early in the morning before I am even up. I do give her earthworms, and sporadically, she will eat them. Also occasional pinky. I'm not sure exactly how much calcium she should be getting, nor how much she is getting from her staples - crickets and superworms.