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 #2313411


Kathyelizjake
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 MHD health concerns??

Hello! I am new to the MHD ownership world but I just got this girl a few days ago. She was sick with mouth rot but they nursed her back to health before I purchased her and now she’s been doing so much better! She has improved in color slowly turning green because she was a dark brown when i first got her and I’ve been feeding her 2-3 calcium filled meal worms a day and sometimes an earthworm! She has kinda of an ashy substance on her head and I soaked her the other day which helped for the day but it’s ashy again and I wasn’t sure if she was shedding or whats going on. Really active when I take her out and she jumps and is happy but I can’t tell how old she is because she doesn’t really have horns yet and I was concerned if that was a problem. I don’t know how to attach a picture of her so you can help me out with if she’s a juvenile or just lost horns i’m not sure even what kind she is! Very dedicated and I love her so much already :)



04/30/15  07:52am

 #2313414


Takahiro111
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  Message To: Kathyelizjake   In reference to Message Id: 2313411


 MHD health concerns??

Many people use photobucket and attach the url but also vary the diet.



04/30/15  12:34pm

 #2313426


Kathyelizjake
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2313414


 MHD health concerns??

She’s almost 8 inches long but doesn’t have any horns do you know if she will get some soon or if it would be a bad idea to house 2 together?



04/30/15  05:38pm

 #2313428


Takahiro111
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  Message To: Kathyelizjake   In reference to Message Id: 2313426


 MHD health concerns??

Don’t house together unless your gonna breed when their older. Maybe its too young for the horns to fully show.



04/30/15  06:09pm

 #2313489


Kathyelizjake
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2313428


 MHD health concerns??

what if they are both females?



05/03/15  11:44am

 #2313493


Takahiro111
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  Message To: Kathyelizjake   In reference to Message Id: 2313489


 MHD health concerns??

Reptiles arent social animals but females usually arent aggressive towards each other but i can’t really say it just depends on the individuals



05/03/15  07:08pm


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