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RE: Additional Information Needed

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Posted by: artistandwriter at Mon May 14 15:12:32 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by artistandwriter ]  
   

Thank you for replying to my message. I have been feeding him two dozen crickets about every three days. He eats all of them in about five minutes. I have a large dish of water for him to soak in. The other day I found all of the leaf lettuce bits in the water? I guess he must have ran throught the food dish and then soaked in his water dish. His fruit/veggies get dehydrated very quickly under the heat/uvb bulbs.
Can I get the de-wormer online, or do I have to go through a vet? Where do you get bed-a-beast? I wondered about the occasional small piece of bedding he eats when he catches the crickets.I don't want him to become impacted/sick!
He has a fringe of tuberacle scales on the backs of his back legs, so I thought he was a male.
I made him a cave/hiding place which is made of sculpey clay. Sometimes he uses this and other times he just burrows under the substrate. Anyway,I thought that if I gave you more information it would give me more ideas for sumpreme care if you guys could give me some insite as to his care.


   

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