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Posted by bexley on May 09, 2003 at 08:36:06:
In Reply to: feeding beardies yogurt? posted by mike293297 on May 08, 2003 at 22:00:24:
Personally, I wouldn't use cricket gel. I mist my beardies greens, and feed him soaked pellets, he seems to be getting lots of water that way, at least he never drinks when he's having his bath or offered water.
I wouldn't feed yogurt personally either. Its great for re-establishing the bacteria load in people, and some mammals such as dogs, but without knowing what the base bacteria load should consist of in reptiles, I just wouldn't. Some do though, maybe they know more and have some backing information or links to research or papers outlining why it works.
:i think i saw on here one time that you can feed a BD yogurt? is it good for the beardie and are there any kinds that they can/cant have? im not planning on using it as like a daily food or anything, just a treat. one more question....would it be bad to feed a beardie the water gel stuff that you give to crickets? i only thought about it cuz im not home all day and the only way my beardie will usually drink is if i mist her or shes in her pool outside (shes never in her pool without me there). if not, about how long can a beardie go without drinking?