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RE: Chinese Water Dragons

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Posted by: j3nnay at Sat Mar 17 09:57:12 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by j3nnay ]  
   

I could be wrong about this, but you're probably better off not force feeding her for a while, because that stresses her out and makes her even less likely to eat.

Just to help us out, do you think you could post a few details? Like how big the cage is that she's in, basking spot temps, warm and cool side temps, if you have a big water dish with a waterfall or a bubbler or nothing, how old she is (adult or subadult, since you've had her a year), and are you dusting, do you have UVB light on them, and have you changed the bulbs on the UVB since you got them? Stuff like that makes it a lot easier to help. If you could get a picture of her like she is now, mouth open and all, that'd help too.

Good luck with her!

~jenny
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1.4 normal ball pythons (Cindy, Darwin, Periscope, and dah bebbies)
0.2 rescue chinese water dragons (Yoni and Linga)
1.0 rex rat (Scurvy)
1.0 gerbil (Yerbul)
0.1 mice (Cute Girl Mousy)
0.1 bunny (Spazz)
1.1 betta fishes (Vicious and Killer)
2.2 great danes (Shasta, Odysseus, Merlot, and Watson)
1.0 fat fuzzy mutt (Smokey)
1.1 cats (Thidwick and Turtle)
3.0 horses (Buddy, Sam, and Scout)
1.0 goat (Billy Jack)
0.0.1 chupacabra (it ate our chickens)

jenny.thegreenes.org


   

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