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    Esti's most recent droppings are very strange. It's diarrhea-like, but also shaped weird (almost spiral-like) and has a decent amount of yellow-brown coloring. I didn't know how to explain it well enough so, I included a picture. Sorry to be disgusting... I figure we all look at our gecko's feces plenty often.

    I know yellow feces can mean dehydration, but I see her drink. She doesn't seem sick. Her colors are bright, she's chubby, she's always ready to eat, etc. I'm still concerned though.
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    Hi ~

    There are other reasons why your leo's urates may not be pure white.

    Please share the brand, name, and type of powdered supplements you use and the frequency you use them. Are you lightly dusting her prey OR leaving the supplement in Esti's enclosure for free access?

    You mention she's drinking. What prey does she eat? Is her prey well-hydrated too?
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    I think, you don't have anything to worry about. Especially if he is eating normally and active.

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