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RE: Follow up to 'Vet Expericence....'

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Posted by: aero_tiff at Tue Oct 9 10:48:32 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by aero_tiff ]  
   

Thanks so much guys, I sure hope that's the situation. I had fecal samples sent out to the vet a few weeks ago and I STILL haven't heard back (I'm really starting to dislike this guy). They tend to say "no news is good news", so I imagine that no news means no parasites, so by default that leaves the dominant female theory as the prominant cause of her weight loss.

And I figured I'd have more trouble keeping the Meller's cham!

Thanks again,
~Tiff



>>This is a crap shoot, because I don't remember my source or what it was referring to, but here goes..
>>
>>I once heard that in some situations where the male of the species is not present, that the females will create their own hierarchal pecking order.
>>
>>And,that is unfortunately all I remember. When I started to type, everything I was thinking flew out of my head.
>>
>>Listen to Ostlyn, s/he is smarter than myself.
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>>2.2 Corn Snakes
>>1.2 Leopard Geckos
>>1.1 Crested Geckos
>>1.2 Green Anoles
>>1.0 Russian Tortoise
>>3.2 House Cats
>>0.0.1 African Millipede
>>
>>RIP
>>Alice, Bruno, Lars
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"Were the diver to think upon the jaws of the shark, he would never lay hands on the precious pearl."


   

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