Brumations Over!

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SaNToX76

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Alright so my BD is about to be 1.5 yrs old , about 12inches ... Has been brumating for. Ever. ( Hasn't wanted to eat in MONTHS) I was trying to feed it some Zoo Med Dragon Pellets with calcium powder but it won't accept them.

What are good foods to get it started eating again? Preferably nothing live yet , I normally feed her Dubias which I bred but the entire bin died over its brumation period.

Thanks in Advance!
 

Phoenix17June2009

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i know you said you werent looking for live food just yet but what about phoenix worms? use an old butter top and put some in there, that way they are all in one spot and he can catch them easy
 
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