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                    [post_content] => Hi I am very new here! 

I recently had a Pacman frog and it’s absolutely beautiful and amazing and I am in love already. 

I got him two days ago; the lady in the store said he was 7 months (not sure of gender yet), very placid doesn’t go for her when feeding, she fed him 3-4 time’s a week on crickets, locusts etc and 1 a week to 1 a fortnight on pinkies. 

She said he is very relaxed and doesn’t move about much unless he’s eating and he tends to sit partially burrowed in the tanks the shop had him in. 

She explains he was due a feed so gave me some crickets and pinkies. 

When I got home I set up his tank with coco brick, a small water dish with declorinated water, fake plants. When I open his little carry case he jumped right out and I almost died through jumping out my own skin as that was not what I expected. I encourage him back into the tub and then into the tank. About 2-3 hours later I tried him with a cricket and he took it straight down before I even let the cricket him the coco substrate. Which again made me jump a little hah, he had another one and again took it off the tongs... wow. We noticed he sat in his water pond for a fair few hours and the water came up to his chin. So I left him to it and left the light off on the tank, at some point he moved to the corner of the tank. And partially made a dip he sat in, I changed his water as it was filthy from he bathing, and I put it back in about 9pm and I went to bed. The following morning the water was filthy again so I assume he went for another dip. I changed his water about 3pm for again declorinated water. And he stayed sat in the corner only slightly in a dip. At about 6pm I have him 1 locust and he sat and watched it for 1-2 minutes and pounced and ate it straight up. He stayed in his corner and repositioned from his pounce. Then at some unknown time he went back to his bath and had a soak in his fresh water. Lovely, just before I got into bed this evening I noticed him out the pond, staring out his tank into my soul just on The substrate looking very away! His eyes were huge and pretty! 

I guess I am wondering is he okay? Does he sound okay? Is this normal I know they don’t do much at all, and that’s okay. I am just being a worrier. I don’t plan to feed him now till Tuesday but even that’s confusing some day daily for a juvenile, some day every 2-3 days, and I know he’ll eat and eat and eat if I provide the food but I dont want him to get I’ll from that either. 

And how do I know if he’s pooped or not? And why do I keep saying he when I don’t know the gender! Haha. 

Please any advice would be amazing, I’m planning to call the shop I got him from to ask if he seems okay and to find a amphibian vet tomorrow and try to see if I can get him insured! I’d rather he was tbh. 


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                    [post_content] => Hi guys! My name is Leo! I am a juvenile bearded dragon and I was adopted my my mommy, Summer. We have been doing EVERYTHING together. I sit on her shoulder while she gets ready for work, we watch movies together, and even make a couple tik toks:) If I am not getting enough attention, I will crawl up and sit on mommy's face so she will play with me. I LOVEEE eating crickets and my mom has to go to the store every 2-3 days to get me fresh crickets. My mommy is a college student and we move into her apartment where she won't have a car, she's going to have to order crickets for me or find ways to get to the store which is not going to be easy. So we thought we would apply to win FREE crickets for a year! Winning this would be amazing for us! I would get all the crickets I want and it would save my mommy a LOT of money! 
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                    [post_content] => Leopard Geckos are beautiful animals, and one of the most popular reptile pets.  They're easy to care for, compared to other herp pets.  But that doesn't mean they don't need specific TLC.  Here's our article on how to care for Leopard Geckos where you'll critical information to ensure your Leo's health and happiness:
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I'm a leather back bearded dragon. I love crickets and would love to share my crickets with my friends Leon(panther chameleon), Marigold and Petunia, my dragon friends and Mona(albino leopard gecko). Yum yum. 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