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RE: Mazuri-raised 5-yr-old sulcata pic

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Posted by: mythreetorts at Fri Jun 22 15:50:24 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by mythreetorts ]  
   

ya I agree this tort looks pretty good, I would say mild pyrmiding, I myself have never fed Mazuri to my torts because of the mixed messages I have read i did not want to take a chance. what is it a pellet form? anyway I am puzzled on what causes pyrmiding because for every answer out there I can find another example to prove that theory wrong.. just from this forum alone there are a ton of different examples and rebuttles. My sulcata is very small for his age, I try not to over feed and we have a cold season that I have to keep him inside so he has stayed realativly small and he has very low humidty for 8 or 9 months and mild for the other 3 or four and is still mildly pyrimided. I just plan on it getting better as he gets older. it doesn't slow him down any. and in 4 years only one trip to the vet for a runny nose that cleared right up. we are all learning as we go and the ones who know it all can help anytime


   

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