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Posted by: j3nnay at Fri Jan 26 01:21:28 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by j3nnay ]  
   

That was indeed the site I visited and got a great deal of information from before I purchased the lizard

I actually had a question, after reading some oooold posts here on this forum, about deworming. What do you folks use/ do you always go to a vet? I'm guessing I can pretty much assume my animal has a parasite load since it was imported, which means I need to treat it. Best methods of doing so? If I can avoid a vet trip that would be best, as I have yet to find a good vet around here. If I do absolutely have to go to a vet, though, the sooner I know the better!
Also... the thought's occurred to me that she is awfully big around her midsection for how skinny the rest of her looks. I'll take more pictures tomorrow if she seems to be doing alright. She does not have any hemipene bulges that I can see, but I could be missing something
In the event that she IS a she, how do I know if she is in fact gravid?

Thanks for your response!

~jenny
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1.2 normal ball pythons (Cindy, Darwin, and Periscope)
0.2 rescue chinese water dragons (Yoni and Linga)
0.0.1 Mountain Horned Lizard
1.0 rex rat (Scurvy)
1.0 gerbil (Yerbul)
0.1 mice (Cute Girl Mousy)
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1.1 betta fishes (Vicious and Killer)
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1.0 goat (Billy Jack)
1.25 chickens (Ugly the rooster and his harem)

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