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                    [post_content] => Rosy boas are one of the most popular pet snakes.  They are relatively docile, and easy to maintain.  But it's important to give them a proper habitat.  And if properly cared for, rosy boas can live up to 30 years in captivity.

Here's an in-depth guide on how to set up their habitat.
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                    [post_content] => This is Spike, my classroom pet! We've recently found out that he is a she so we will be changing her name shortly. My 3rd graders LOVE her and have a BLAST feeding her crickets, watching her bask, and work hard to earn the prize of getting to hold her for a bit!
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                    [post_content] => Well, that all depends on their living situation.  If they're in the wild, they'll usually make it around 7 years.  But if they're properly cared for in captivity, then you can expect 15 years.  As long as they are offered excellent husbandry.  Good husbandry will prevent common diseases like metabolic bone disease, mouth rot, and yellow fungus.  Here are some common routines you should consider so you can provide your bearded dragon with a long and happy life.
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                    [post_content] => Bearded dragons love baths! And experts agree that it helps relax them. 1 bath per week is ideal, but your beardie will really enjoy 2 :)

 

Usa a soft bristled tooth brush to gently scrub shedding skin. And allow them to soak for 10-30 minutes.

 

Beardies will most likely drink the water, so avoid using any soap.

 

here are other tips on how to bath your beardie.https://www.thecritterdepot.com/blogs/news/heres-how-to-care-for-your-beloved-bearded-dragon#How-To-Bath-Your-Bearded-Dragon

 

 

how do you bath your beared dragon?
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                    [post_content] => Fanci. Her Ying/Yang look. Truly amazing animals.
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                    [post_content] => Fanci the Veiled & Reptar the Panther. Fanci is 10 months and Reptar is 3 months. Love my Cham babies!
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These enclosures require daily, spot cleaning, weekly wipe-downs, and monthly deep cleanings.  It's a responsibility, but your pet's health and happiness depends on it.

Share your tips on how you schedule your leopard gecko's habitat sanitation.
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