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RE: new beardie sick - need advice quick....

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Posted by: annlizardlover at Fri May 6 17:57:13 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by annlizardlover ]  
   

thanks; I appreciate the advice. I haven't thought about the smoothie so I'll try that in a little while. I also think ur right about his being in view of the other lizards. Roxy, the alpha female dragon (my alpha male passed last summer and since then, Roxy thinks she's a male and bobs like a male, and has assumed his top position! She's even tried to "mate" with the other females - it's hilarious to watch her thinking she's a guy!) but anyway, she is really upsetting him cause he's new to the bunch. She hassles everyone anyway and the poor new little guy just doesn't know what to think! But he constantly runs around his cage bobbing his little head and is completely tuckered out by bedtime. I'm not sure how I'll do it, because ALL of the cages are in my room where I can keep an eye on them at all times and I need him where I can watch him too, but I think ur right about it. He needs his energy and she's wearing him out just by looking at him. Also, I googled the Oxbow critical care you mentioned and I'm not sure if it's the same stuff you were talking about. What I saw said it was mostly for rabbits. Is that the same thing you think I should get for my beardie? I figure it is, I just didn't see anything about using it for lizards. Thanks for your help!


   

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