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Posted by: Tfranco14 at Fri Mar 18 21:03:20 2016  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Tfranco14 ]  
   

I recently rescued two leopard geckos from a family friend. When picking them up i was under the impression that they were healthy. Turns out. One of them is slighly smaller than the other and has mbd pretty bad. She had a slighly kinked spine, very soft jaw bones, and very soft leg bones. I was told she wasn't eating for a while.
I currently have them seperated into shoe box size plastic bins because i was worried that the bigger one was taking all of the food. They have a uvb/uva bulb on them now with a heat pad underneath them. I am feeding them both dusted wax worms and crickets. Temp is 75-80. And are on paper towels for now with a small hide and food and water bowls.
Am i doing everything right? Should i add anything?


   

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