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    RIP Mushu

    Today my girl mushu crossed the rainbow Bridge. I knew this would happen sooner or later as when I rescued her from a reptile farm she was very sick. I thank my vet for helping me try and make the rest of her life happy and she gave me 2 great years but has now passed and is no longer suffering...
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    Worry eased

    They weren't sure on age when I got her but I have had her since summer
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    Worm shortage

    Thanks Karrie I will give her a try I have been using super cricket due to faster delivery and in winter here days can mean deadloss.
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    Worm shortage

    I'm in Alberta near the Saskatchewan border so I order from supercricket factory as it generally gets to me next day
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    Worm shortage

    Would love to get roaches but they are illegal in Canada so I use crickets and Pheonix worms
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    Worm shortage

    I am having the same problem but mine is worse I'm having trouble getting anything right now including crickets. Where I get them from was declared non essential and closed due to Covid-19 they are reopened now but have to get back on track.
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    Worry eased

    Ms Mushu is now currently enjoying her favorite salad combination that I have tried so far. I am limited in what shops carry around me.
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    Worry eased

    Lol no need for help I was able to get Mushu to cooperate and I'm pleased to announce that Mushu is Ms. Mushu.
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    Worry eased

    Thanks Brandon. I may just have to do that when i get home
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    Worry eased

    Probably from my experience. But I haven't even properly sexed Mushu yet so I don't know male or female. Last time I tried Mushu was not cooperating then went into rest mode now I'm waiting till bath time this week to take a look..
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    Worry eased

    UVB was replaced last month as per my replacement calendar I have going . As of this morning his/her behaviour is the same as before basking well running around. Mushu even started waving at me this morning after eating albeit a smaller than normal meal.
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    Worry eased

    After talking to my uncle who used to breed dragons he said that all my experience with them was in a warmer climate (BC in Canada) winter is short and not too cold. Now I'm in Alberta long frigid winters he is thinking that could have something to do with it
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    Worry eased

    He/she got one bath a week during and didn't really lose much weight and started eating a little bit within a few hours of getting up.
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