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RE: Sick Beardie!

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Posted by: PHLdyPayne at Tue Jan 4 19:53:32 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHLdyPayne ]  
   

Give more details on your setup...What is your basking temp? Both surface temps and air temps. How are you measuring the temps (ie stick on side of tank strips, dial thermometers etc) What size of cage are you using? What kind of UVB light do you have? What are you offering food wise? Has it eaten for you at all since you bought it? What is the size and weight of your dragon?

The more info you give, the better we can pinpoint what is causing your dragon not to eat. Common reasons are improper husbandry followed by parasite infestations. If bought healthy and lively, most likely its husbandry causing the problem, which is why we need all the details of your setup so we can help you improve anything if there is any errors.
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