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Feeding technique

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Posted by: St0n3_C0ld at Mon Nov 23 12:08:35 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by St0n3_C0ld ]  
   

thanks a lot guyz, finally the skin disease has disappeared and now i'm trying to concentrate on the feeding..

the cage is about 30cm x 23cm x 23cm
is it too large? i put a water dish in it along with a coat hanger as the perch
it's not an opaque enclosure by the way..
should i get an opaque one?

i already tried a live pinky and also a live pinky dipped into a raw chicken egg but still no dice. Maybe i'll try with lizards or bird feathers attached to a pinky.
It's still a week in my home and i guess it's too soon to worry about this but in my point of view, the soon it eats, the better, right?
It's not lethargic at night and still moving around the enclosure. It's really tame when i handle it for the medication before, I don't know if it's really a tame one or it's stressed out, but if it's stressed out, shouldn't it bite me already?

If you guyz have any good feeding technique for neonates, I would like to know, thanks ^^
*first time handling a baby chondro here ^^


   

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