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Re: Calm down...take a deep breath.


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Posted by bobl on February 06, 2003 at 18:45:34:

In Reply to: Re: Calm down...take a deep breath. posted by Zeus on February 06, 2003 at 09:51:22:

:i am just about to leave for the vet. to anwer your question, no she hasnt been under stress at all. she has been eating fantastic and she is so tame now that when i open her cage she comes running to me and climbes up onto my hand especially if she thinks thinks there is food involved. the reason this freaks me out so much is because i have so many reptiles and she is the only one that keeps gitting injured. last time it was the leg (which by the way has completly healed) and now its the eye. okay, got to run. i'll let you know what happens.

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Zeus,

You want some sound advice that will alleviate your lizard problems? GET A SNAKE! LOL
Just trying to help you laugh to relieve some stress.
I'm glad to hear the Cyclura will be ok! Losing the eye really blows though.
Keep the nails trimmed and increase the humidity a bit when you see signs of shedding. Misting helps.

Good Luck
Bobby





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