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Khjojo

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So my daughter just got her first bearded. And I am kind of in the dark regarding care. She is doing well so far but my question is.....
I have 2 sugar gliders that require a very similar diet. I supply my suggies with a blended frozen then thawed food cubes. They consist of calcium fortified frozen oj concentrate, plain whole milk yogurt, unsweetened applesauce, ground turkey or chicken and scrambled eggs(no additives)?oats, and multiple veggies and fruits. I blend fresh and freeze in ice cube trays.. I pull a cube each night for them. Could I make something similar for her bearded? Maybe without some of those ingredients? Just curious if I could make her something when I make mine. She is doing the fresh which I also do with my suggies just thought maybe I could make something similar for her bearded. Any advice would be greatly appreciated
 

Drache613

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Hello,

Congratulations on your new little one. It sounds like you & your daughter are having a great time with
her already.
Sure, reptiles are lactose intolerant so no dairy should be in the slurry. However, you can use an organic,
non dairy soy yogurt (plain or flavored) to put in a slurry. Are you wanting to do a blended greens type of
slurry, correct?

Tracie
 

Khjojo

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Hello,

Congratulations on your new little one. It sounds like you & your daughter are having a great time with
her already.
Sure, reptiles are lactose intolerant so no dairy should be in the slurry. However, you can use an organic,
non dairy soy yogurt (plain or flavored) to put in a slurry. Are you wanting to do a blended greens type of
slurry, correct?

Tracie
Yes. Greens and vegetables maybe a bit of unsweetened applesauce to get a good consistency is what I was thinking
 

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