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Posted by: EMWhite at Fri Jan 26 19:25:13 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by EMWhite ]  
   

Hi!
The best thing to use to worm them is panacur (fenbendazole). That is usually all that is needed. The only way to get it, or any other worming med is through a vet. You might try just asking your nearest vet if they would sell you a small amount of it. Explain your situation and see what happens. Aside from that, there really isn't a way to. I wouldn't take her to a regular vet though, they will not usually want to de worm them for some reason. The panacur is a broad spectrum wormer, so it exerts an effect on most of the common types of parasites.

Yours is definitely a female, I have no question about that. That is exactly the way mine look. I'm not sure why, but all the males I have seen in person appear light brown to tan. Maybe my pet store gets them for a certain locale, because I have seen pics of green ones in past. Not sure. All my females are blueish green to pale green, except one who is brown. Not really sure why.

You will feel and see lumps on her mid section if she is gravid. This might take a while though, I had one female who just laid eggs where I could only feel the eggs themselves about a week before she laid them. So you'll have to wait it out. There's nothing else really to do until you can feel them. Depending on how long the pet store had her, and whether or not she was in with any males, you may have eggs within the coming weeks!

She is very pretty by the way, nice full color.


Regards, Evan


   

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