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Tam1977

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Hey guys, I was going to post a couple pics. My lucistic baby, her name is Poxy, has started looking kind of pinkish on the rest of her body to me. I have a wild type and have had him for a little over a year so I am not familiar with the coloring of the luciatics. Does she look normal to everyone and the marks on her face she formed, they r normal right? Just means she is a dirty I think they call them. She is eating fine and using the bathroom which I always look for and clean. I have also posted a pic of the ammonia test I just did because they say ammonia spikes could make them turn red. Any info would be greatly appreciated. She is my baby and sorry about the little blur in some, she loves for me to take pics.View attachment 20220913_210449.jpg
 

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SamAxolotl

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A lot of leucistic axies will often have a pink hue to them and she looks perfectly healthy! The spots on her nose are indeed markings of a dirty lucy and also totally normal. she looks happy healthy and loved!
 

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A lot of leucistic axies will often have a pink hue to them and she looks perfectly healthy! The spots on her nose are indeed markings of a dirty lucy and also totally normal. she looks happy healthy and loved!
Thank you so much, just wanted to make sure. My axies are like my baby's and I worry about them like I do my son. Thank you again for your time.
 
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