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    An excavator clay setup would be great! Just set...

    An excavator clay setup would be great! Just set it up so you can still use a UTH. Your Leo won't become impacted (by insects or substrate) as long as you care for her properly. Just make sure the...
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    I'd feed her as many insects as she'll eat in...

    I'd feed her as many insects as she'll eat in fifteen minutes every feeding (preferably more, since she's underweight). I recommend dry Eco earth for a substrate (maybe when she's a little...
  3. He'll be fine without for one night. I recommend...

    He'll be fine without for one night. I recommend letting him hunt his prey, it'll be much more stimulating for him :)
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    The probe needs to go on the substrate. I...

    The probe needs to go on the substrate. I recommend dry Eco earth for a substrate :)
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    I recommend dry Eco earth for a substrate, it'll...

    I recommend dry Eco earth for a substrate, it'll let your Leo dig. I'd also take the calcium dish out. It could overdose your Leo. Dusting insects appropriately is enough :)
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    Paper towels might act as an insulator. I'd just...

    Paper towels might act as an insulator. I'd just get some sand :)
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    Is it the warm hide or cool hide?

    Is it the warm hide or cool hide?
  8. I recommend bottled water or reptisafe (you can...

    I recommend bottled water or reptisafe (you can find it at petstores), you can't use tap water. Also, Leos need at least two hides (preferably three) :)
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    I'd stick with the coco fiber. Reptile carpet...

    I'd stick with the coco fiber. Reptile carpet catches their teeth and claws and insects can get underneath it :)
  10. Hence why I said at least part of the substrate....

    Hence why I said at least part of the substrate. So she could have part Eco earth, part solid substrate :)
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    I wasn't intending to be aggressive. I was just...

    I wasn't intending to be aggressive. I was just confused and asking for clarification.
  12. Welcome to GU! I'm sorry, I don't know how to...

    Welcome to GU! I'm sorry, I don't know how to help. I hope she starts eating soon! I just have a couple suggestions: Mealworms aren't the best staple diet, I recommend crickets or Dubia roaches (I...
  13. Thread: What age?

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    Your*. You can start feeding him every 3-4 days...

    Your*. You can start feeding him every 3-4 days at a year old. Poppy, what do you mean by 2 days apart?
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    Welcome to GU! He may just prefer the cool...

    Welcome to GU!

    He may just prefer the cool hide, so you could try switching them. Leos are actually crepuscular (active during dawn and dusk). I'd raise the temperature on the warm side to about...
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    Sorry, I can't help you with the weight. But I do...

    Sorry, I can't help you with the weight. But I do recommend dry Eco earth for a substrate when he gets over six months :)
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    Sounds great! I recommend using sand underneath...

    Sounds great! I recommend using sand underneath the tile, it's a conductor so it'll help the heat get through. Paper towels are an insulator and will prevent heat from getting through. The sand will...
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    I'd also stop putting calcium in her water. She...

    I'd also stop putting calcium in her water. She could overdose. Good luck!
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    Welcome to GU! The setup sounds great! I'd...

    Welcome to GU!

    The setup sounds great! I'd take out the calcium dish, your Leo could overdose. Dusting insects appropriately is enough. I'm aware that it gets hot enough without a heat source, but...
  19. I'm that case, you'll need a light.

    I'm that case, you'll need a light.
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    Loose substrates only cause impaction when...

    Loose substrates only cause impaction when there's underlying care issues.
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    Reptile carpet catches their teeth and claws and...

    Reptile carpet catches their teeth and claws and insects can get underneath it. Eco earth will allow your gecko to dig :)
  22. I wouldn't take the hides out. That may cause him...

    I wouldn't take the hides out. That may cause him to distrust you even more.
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    I'd take the bottle cap of calcium out, your Leo...

    I'd take the bottle cap of calcium out, your Leo could overdose. Dusting insects appropriately is enough :) Edit: Sorry, I didn't see the second page. I didn't know that PoppyDear had already stated...
  24. Are they housed together? As for taming: just...

    Are they housed together? As for taming: just keep putting your hand in there. He'll eventually realize it doesn't deter you and that you're not a threat :)
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    You don't need any lights as long as there's...

    You don't need any lights as long as there's enough natural light from a window :)
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