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My dragon Sandy has been slowing down due to the cold. She isn't as active as she was before the winter, even though my temps should be ok, the house still gets cold and lowers the temps in the tank a little bit. The main thing that has made me worry about her is that she hasn't been pooping in her tank the way she used to. I would feed her reptiworms her entire life (she is about 18 months now) and she had no problems digesting those, but eventually she stopped wanting to eat her reptiworms, and would not eat them until I started giving her large superworms.
She ate those dusted in calcium very easily, and seems to keep eating them. However, I think they're also a lot harder for her to digest. She used to go poop with the reptiworms at least once a week, now she goes up to 9 days without pooping. In order to make her poop, I've had to give her a warm bath just about weekly, and she poops in there. But I'd really like her to be able to poop in her tank again. She has shelf liner as substrate.
I'd like to know how often is normal for her to be pooping, and also how often should I be feeding her large superworms (and how many) when she isn't making a bowel movement? Thanks.