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Re: 2 Young Frillies... One is shedding...


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Posted by Pennebaker on April 08, 2003 at 12:51:39:

In Reply to: 2 Young Frillies... One is shedding... posted by louieC on April 07, 2003 at 20:34:53:

They sure can mope during the shedding process. Lots of water--keeping them hydrated is the biggest plus. A dragon can go a long time without food as long as he/she is hydrated.
dana


:One seems very active and eats alot.

:the other is shedding and hides on a branch in the back corner... for the most part.

:the shedding one is less active, and I doubt he eats as much (cuz he the past 24 hours for the most part he stays on that branch)

:All I want to know is how can I make this shedding process for the one frillie a little less stressful? )It seems to have taken a toll on him)
:I have dont the reading just would like some "person to person" advice. or if any one has any helpful tips that books dont usually cover.

:thank you
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