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quarantine issue ?

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Posted by: po at Sat Dec 11 23:52:26 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by po ]  
   

So I took in a beardie a while back, had a clutch to young, thin, and really bad eye infections
I usually quarantine for 6 months, but right now the only place I can keep her is in my dining room, no real good way to get her husbandry great there (its OK, but not great) she has improved a bunch, but I know she would do better if I could get her into a "herp room"
From those of you who have done this for a while(14 years for me but still willing to take advise from others), would you risk it and move her with other lizards/beardies? or let her make a slower recovery in a ~85% husbandry situation?
BTW, the biggest issue with getting husbandry to 100% is that the dining room is cat accessible and I'm paranoid about them messing with lights and starting a fire
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hanging out under heat lights burns up my brain cells!!


   

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