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Re: How to pick a healthy crested gecko


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Posted by mikecoscia on January 02, 2003 at 20:54:35:

In Reply to: How to pick a healthy crested gecko posted by crestedcham on January 02, 2003 at 20:19:11:

The normal things clear eyes, mouth, and nostrils. Ask to take the animal out and make sure it is not lethargic or having any problems breathing. Look over itís body and make sure there are no parasites, missing toes, or stuck shed. If it is the only gecko in the cage you may want to glance at itís stools to make sure they are solid and healthy looking. Otherwise use your best judgment. Cresties are active animals so he/she should be attentive and a bit jumpy.
-Mike



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