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Posted by: gexkeeper at Mon Mar 28 18:00:27 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by gexkeeper ]  
   

I am a brand new keeper to frilled dragons.
I am wondering how fast do they grow and possibly how old is the little one I have just gotten is. He's roughly 5 inches snout to tail. Currently I have him in a 20 long, I know i'll have to build a much bigger habitat later, how long can I expect him to be happy in this size? And from there I have a 55 standard, after that I plan on building a habitat that is 4-5 ft long x 2.5 deep x 6 ft high.

Also I don't know for sure that he is cb, just to be on the safe side, what wormers have been used safely with this species. I work at a vet clinic so getting them is no problem, I just need to know what to get (our doc is domestics only sadly ).

The only problem I have been having at the moment is maintaining humidity in a qurrentine type setup. So far stools look normal, unfortunately they are too dry for me to run a fecal to really be sure he's free from worms. Would you all reccomend switching to a substrate that better holds it now or wait till at the very least deworm him first?

I'll post pictures of him later
thanks,
ashley


   

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