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    I will see if I can get a better thermometer today or hopefully tomorrow at the latest. Are there any humidity gauges that are more accurate that are worth a purchase also?

    Also, I did read that the weight is low and yes he does have his tail still. I just got pangea, the food that the previous owner said she was feeding the crestie. I'm going ot replace the Repashy in hopes that he maybe just did not like the food. Also, I will weight my crestie weekly and record the weights to see if there is any big weight loss going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randal View Post
    I will see if I can get a better thermometer today or hopefully tomorrow at the latest. Are there any humidity gauges that are more accurate that are worth a purchase also?

    Also, I did read that the weight is low and yes he does have his tail still. I just got pangea, the food that the previous owner said she was feeding the crestie. I'm going ot replace the Repashy in hopes that he maybe just did not like the food. Also, I will weight my crestie weekly and record the weights to see if there is any big weight loss going on.
    What type Pangea did you buy?

    I know the Bean Farm, an online company based in Washington state, carries a Cooper brand digital thermometer/hygrometer which takes both readings at the probe. Other places might carry something like that too.

    Crestie humidity depends greatly upon room humidity. Is it particularly dry where you live? If your crestie does not have trouble shedding, the humidity is OK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    What type Pangea did you buy?

    I know the Bean Farm, an online company based in Washington state, carries a Cooper brand digital thermometer/hygrometer which takes both readings at the probe. Other places might carry something like that too.

    Crestie humidity depends greatly upon room humidity. Is it particularly dry where you live? If your crestie does not have trouble shedding, the humidity is OK.
    I bought watermelon/mango pangea.

    You said earlier that you should let the cage dry out during the day? I thought that it should always have decent humidity.

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    It seems that he has eaten for the first time!
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