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Is he sick or just a frilled trait???

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Posted by: kozidragons at Sun Apr 25 01:00:23 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kozidragons ]  
   

I have a frilled that i rescued about 6 months ago. He has always looked thin and somewhat lethargic. I have never had a frilled and don't have them to compare to. I have had several other reptiles and just don't know. He eats like a pig on crickets - I have dusted, treated for parasites and soak twice a week. About 3 out of 5 days he sleeps on the bottom. There has been several times i pick him up and he could've swore he was dead - he looks thin, is stiff like but as soon as he wakes up or after a soak and some crickets he will get a little hyper and even frill from time to time. My question is - If he has been eating and seems to have no change in body weight does this mean he is sick? I can send pics if that would help but can't get them to work on here.


   

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