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To Leash or not To Leash?

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Posted by LdyPayne on May 09, 2003 at 22:34:13:

In Reply to: To Leash or not To Leash? posted by TheNakedCowboy1 on May 08, 2003 at 20:35:06:

I plan to try using a small mouse/hamster wire cage to keep my beardie in when it is warm enough to take him outside...Before I do that though, will make sure he cna't squeeze himself between the bars..I don't think he will be able to but I rather he get out in my house than outside in the tall grass.

When he is out there in whatever cage you decide to use, use a piece of thick cloth, board or half a lid to shade one half of the cage so he has a cool spot. Also, don't leave him unattended..curious neighbours may release him, unleashed dogs or cats may harm him, or he may simply get too hot.

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