Yes you keep feeding her on the correct schedule. with the correct supplementation. When she goes to lay you will not disturb her until she is done and comes back up... At that point you give her a long misting session and feed her again with the correct supplementation.Does anyone know if I should still be feeding her right now if she is about to lay or what?
She is stressed... This is normal after a move... And not trying to be rude to your friend that gave her to you but they did not have the right set up for her... So basically your having to start from scratch and provide her with all the correct things.Should I be worried that she hasn’t eaten yet? She has only been with me for about three days now but if she has to lay I am not sure if it will have an impact on her.
Hi there, if you cant raise up the heat bulb.you should buy a dimmer(ill buy this one from greece https://topelectronics.gr/electroni...tor-dimmer-speed-controller/?ref=bestprice.gr ) so you can fix the temprature like you want! Its super easy methodAlso does anyone know how I should raise the lights off of the top?
You’ll dust 2 feedings with calcium without D3 and then one feeding with either your multivitamin or calcium with D3.
Do you think she is getting ready to lay? She hasn’t found the lay bin yet and I am scared that she will get egg bound.You’ll dust 2 feedings with calcium without D3 and then one feeding with either your multivitamin or calcium with D3.
You can use the same sand as long as it’s clean (no poop in it). I believe they can lay every 3-4 months, however with feeding limited amounts and keeping temps no higher than 80, that should eventually be decreased. In the past year, each of my girls has laid only once. Their weights are going up and I suspect they may be getting ready to lay again.
Make sure you have branches or vines for her to get in/out of the bin. When she is needing it, she’ll find it. Once she enters and starts digging, it’s super important that you give her total privacy or she may stop. I use an old lightweight cotton sheet to cover just the visible parts of the enclosure (usually just the bottom half) and I make small holes so I can peek in without her seeing to make sure she’s ok.Do you think she is getting ready to lay? She hasn’t found the lay bin yet and I am scared that she will get egg bound.