RamboRocky wrote:and even while they are this small now i can give them baths? is it safe to do it while they are this small.... and if i would fill the sink to their shoulders it would be less than even a half cup of water.... how do i keep a half cup of water at 90 - 100 degrees F.... are these water temps right? cant the water just been warm..
absolutely. I think Zebras point was to be sure it is not too hot for them. Pretend you are giving a baby a bath and set the water temp there. It's going to cool off pretty quick but don't drive yourself crazy trying to keep it at a set temp. If anything, every 5 minutes, drain the sink and start over. He'll probably like the waterfall anyways
Also, he will probably start pooping in there after not too long. So you are going to want to drain it then too. I usually take my guy out after he poops.
As for your shedding question...
They shed as fast as they grow. The faster they grow, the faster they shed. If one is growing slower than the other, it has nothing to do with it being a runt. The actual cause is simple a domination factor. I assure you that if you listen to t his great advise given so far in here, and separate them, you will see BOTH of your dragons begin to flourish.