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Posted by -ryan- on May 05, 2003 at 21:32:38:
In Reply to: It is that bad posted by griffinej5 on May 05, 2003 at 21:16:20:
He does tell the customer what they need and make sure they get it. He just kind of doesn't have the space for the animals, and he screwed up on the UV bulbs, which surprised me since his animals that actually had UV appeared healthy, and so did the ones that are supposed to have it and didn't (he uses miner-all, but I wouldn't trust myself with just the dust). When I bought Sidney (yes I did buy from him), he sold me the 40 gallon breeder tank with an ESU UV light, a 150 watt basking lamp with a dimmer switch, nice clamp lamp, and a lamp stand (actually quite useful), some free wood accessories, some calcium sand (I'm still trying to convince him it's not good stuff), and some food stuff (miner-all, the kind with the yellow top, and some cricket foods and waters, and some crickets for free). plus other stuff.
He also made me completely read "The Bearded Dragon Manual" before I bought the lizard. So obviously he is trying to give them the best homes.
:The cages with all the animals which have different requirements is that bad. He could set up one tank for each type of animal. If the beardies are in a deli cup, they aren't being contaminated by any other animals. It shocks me that all of those animals aren't chewing on each other. At a herp show, in 1-4 days, the animal is returned to it's proper conditions. Animals in these bad pet stores may never be returned to the right conditions because these pet stores aren't telling the purchaser how to take care of the animal properly.