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dad is anonnoying me


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Posted by Aesear on May 14, 2003 at 21:57:17:

In Reply to: dad is anonnoying me posted by gekosrule on May 13, 2003 at 21:30:32:

::i would like someone to tell him to get off my back so that he will have trust in me so that i opefully 1 day get another leo and have lil ones.::
I have to agree with what everyone else on here has said. Your dad is NOT wrong! I would certianly hope that the health of your leos is more important than some vendetta you have with your parents and that you will listen to his advice.also, PLEASE research the breeding of leopard geckos before you hop off and buy another one. Breeding of leopard geckos can be a wonderful experience but it isn't as easy as just putting a male and female together and Presto! instant babies. you need a special incubator and the eggs need to be monitored carefully so that they don't die. in some ways caring for the eggs is more difficult than caring for the adults! also realize that they can lay QUITE a few clutches of eggs in a season. if the eggs hatch you must be prepared with what you are going to do with the babies. if you are thinking of it as a get-rich-quick scheme (as many people do) you are sorely mistaken. also many pet stores are so full of leos that they won't take any more so be sure you have homes for ALL the prospective leos. Hope all this helps!



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