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Zones: Parasites , Medications
Hi, I am asking for a friend: He has Nix 5% cream and has only found the nix dilution where the 1% cream is used. With 1% it is 1 part nix to 68 parts water so with that said, How would he dilute the 5% to work for the nix mite…

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Tagged: Boa, Eat, Emerald, Etb, Feed, Feeding, Help, Not, Tree
why is your website a pice of garbage which just erased my 1hour attempt at typing up a serious problem i am having with my animal?????? please fix your website because it runs terrible!

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Zones: General Health
So, my ball Python Pickles is bloated and hissing at me. Today was feed day as I do every 3 weeks (she's 11 yrs old ) and I give her a med sized rat. She went through shed two weeks ago and has pooped since. I went to pick her up and she was…

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Tagged: Crestedgecko, Crestedgeckomorphs, Incubater, Incubationperiod, Temperature
Zones: General Health, Heating, Incubation
 So I noticed something with my bit of experimenting on my crested geckos eggs and incubation temperatures. I understand that many breeders, at least those from the facebook forums, see a correlation between low incubating temperatures hatching…

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Zones: General Health
the sizes of the baby kingsnake in videos are bigger than mine. My kingsnake were coaght in the wild bdw. it is similar to a small corn snake size so even a pingkie may be bigger than the best part of my snake what should i feed it? *IT DOESN'T…

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Zones: General Health, Feeding
there were no available pinkies in the pet store so i bought a small white mice instead because i have no choice because my snake was starving. i know that my baby snake cannot eat the whole mice so is it ok to feed my snake the legs of the mice…

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Zones: General Health, Caging, Caging Plans
Hey everyone, so my 7 month old Ornate monitor has beeb burrowed 24/7 since I increased his substrate from 12 inches to over 18 probably closer to 20 inches. I also noticed he started hiding more after a person coming to buy a snake decided to pick…

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Tagged: Moving, Ballpythons, Tortoise, Rehoming
Zones: General Health, Caging
Moving out of state and taking 3 tortoises and 2 ball pythons. I was looking to possibly rehome my snakes but looks like I'm going to be beginning them with. Does anyone have suggestions on moving reptiles? Or how to go about rehoming? We will be…

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Tagged: Monitors, Food, Husbandry
Zones: Feeding
Hello! I hope I'm at the right place for this question :)I started with lizards late last year and fell in love instantly. Now, I am interested in looking for a big lizard. Space is not a problem, and heat/lighting should be no issue…

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Tagged: Shed, Mites, Waterbowls
Zones: General Health, Skin, Parasites
Hey all! So I foster for a local exotic animal rescue, and until recently I have fostered only exotic birds.  However, I recently volunteered to care for a 3 year old Ball named Severus Snake.   He is such a great snake, and fit's every…
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