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new red foots


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Posted by geckoman2003 on May 03, 2003 at 23:33:12:

In Reply to: new red foots posted by MAYDAY on May 03, 2003 at 19:00:33:

I couldn't agree more. One other thing is if they are not already seperated try it. Some times with my greeks,a overly aggresive/freindly one can stress the shy ones. It is also a good idea until you know for sure they are both in good health.

:Many redfoots are shy when first received and remain so. Even after years of healthy living some are just very shy around people. But then others that are initially afraid will calm down in time. Don't stress them!
:I strongly recommend getting them vet checked. A treatment of flagyl and panacur is always a good idea for new imports IMO.





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