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My gecko is not growing and seems too small to feel crickets
He stopped eating crickets and worms and today didn’t eat
My bearded dragons beard is black, he won't eat his crickets
My baby bearded dragon isn't pooping or eating his crickets
Juvenile Leopard Gecko. Spitting up crickets for 2 feeding
My gecko has eaten a string of bark while eating a cricket
Joan, My daughters beardie ate some of the blue cricket
He ate ate a couple crickets and now seems to be struggling
My bearded dragon won't eat crickets he keeps sticking his
Leopard gecko, possible mites in cricket box. Please help me
My leopard gecko can't seem to pick up crickets or worms she
Leopard gecko eats very little. Few crickets and a few meal
She acting very strange. I fed her some crickets after she
It's just laying around I fed it 3 crickets but it's holding
He is 2.3 months old, he vomited undigested crickets 5 days
I've been finding clumps of worm and cricket guts on the
Always been a picky eater. No crickets used to eat meal
My baby bearded dragon ate two crickets and got bloated so
My bearded dragon ate a thing in a cricket tub ( I think it
My sons dragon is not eating his crickets. He is pooping a
We feed out bearded dragon crickets and they come in a box
He stopped eating crickets over a month ago. My husband has
A bearded drageon eat too many crickets in one day. Bearded
My anole has stopped eating crickets, changed habits.
Feeding my chameleon only live crickets for 6 months and he
My bearded dragon once a week and she stop eating crickets
Lethargic. Back legs limp. Hand feeding m crickets and
We have him on a super worms and crickets. We ran out of crickets
My sons crested gecko was bitten by crickets and now has sores.
My bearded dragon is too skinny. He won't touch his crickets.
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