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    So my little one has been very lazy for the past few days. Sheís eating just fine and bowel movements are good. Temps are all on point. Had an impaction scare last week but with a little TLC she pulled through and She shed about a week ago so I donít think thatís the problem. She just seems to be sleeping all the time and not coming out of the warm hide over uth and doesnít really respond to my hand in the tank, which she normally does. Any one experience this issue??
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    My female cleo behavior has changed do to ovulating. She spends more time in her moist hide. She's also more skidish , and hasn't been eating . Think it's summer thing , but she comes around for while , then back to being odd .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seth9999 View Post
    My female cleo behavior has changed do to ovulating. She spends more time in her moist hide. She's also more skidish , and hasn't been eating . Think it's summer thing , but she comes around for while , then back to being odd .
    OMG! Leia has been wanting to be in her humid hide as well. She hasnt really been wanting to be social at all! I put a little moss in her moist hide and i check her favorite spots, usually she is in her reptile den but now since I have added some moist moss to her humid hide which is the Zilla Lair decor she hasnt been really active, i see her in there all the time. I am wondering if maybe that is what is going on with her. Though, she has not been going to the bathroom, is that part of it? Ovulating and not going bathroom? Thanks!

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    Knot eating as much or at all is part of ovulating and shedding. Do to that they go bathroom less. They like their moist hides, helps with shedding process to. Keep it damp. Use spray bottle or sink, knot overly wet. I normally add water to it in sink, then ring it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Candice81 View Post
    So my little one has been very lazy for the past few days. Sheís eating just fine and bowel movements are good. Temps are all on point. Had an impaction scare last week but with a little TLC she pulled through and She shed about a week ago so I donít think thatís the problem. She just seems to be sleeping all the time and not coming out of the warm hide over uth and doesnít really respond to my hand in the tank, which she normally does. Any one experience this issue??
    I'm curious.
    • How long is your leo (picture)?
    • What size is her enclosure?
    • What dimensions is her heat mat?
    • Are the room temps cooler than normal right now?
    "If you can hear crickets, it's still summer." ;)

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    ===> No plain calcium, calcium with D3, or multivitamins inside an enclosure <===

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