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RE: AWD Mouth infection?

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Posted by: kinyonga at Tue Jun 17 15:28:20 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kinyonga ]  
   

You said..."i feed him a varied diet of kingworms fish,raw ground beef raw ground turkey very rarely a pinkie mouse"...some of these things are not used to feed dragons with. Some of them can lead to health issues. Some of them contain preformed vitamin A which if given in excess can prevent the D3 from doing its job and lead to MBD.

In addition to crickets (which you said escape from the cage, the dragon may be fed superworms, silkworms, roaches, waxworms (once in a while), etc. The dragon may also be fed an assortment of greens (dandelion, kale, collards, endive, escarole, mustard greens, etc.) and veggies (carrot, squash, zucchini, sweet potato, sweet red pepper, etc.) and a bit of fruit (apple, pear, melon, berries, etc.).

Your calcium supplement...is it with or without D3?

You said..."pic of his his enclosure:"...its not showing up.


   

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