What pets does everyone own?

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One Iberian Newt
a bunch of C. Cyanurus
a bunch of C. Orientalis
four I. A. Apuana (females)
four T. Dobrogicus
a bunch of growing N. Crocatus
five Bichirs
four Orange Krobia
four Dendrobates Tincturius Bahkuis
 

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As of right now, nothing. But, I do plan on building some enclosures and collecting Pseudotrapelus siniatus and/or aqabensis and Phrynocephalus arabicus. Of course I have to buy the lumber and/or bricks, the breeder insects, and a few other things, but hopefully I could do all of that and be ready to collect animals in 2018 :happy:
 

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Two clownfish, several blue legged hermit crabs, a coral banded shrimp and several corals in a 20 gallon all in one aquarium.

I'm still looking for an inhabitant for my newly set up 20 gallon long terrarium......any suggestions? I have a light for the plants that doesnt produce heat and my basement stays around 65 degrees. Humidity levels around 60-80% depending on how often I spritze.
 

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We just adopted a bearded dragon. Oh my goodness, is she the sweetest. We went to the store to meet her, and all 3 of us decided she was coming home with us. She isn't full grown, but she's pretty big. She's basically a small scaley puppy. Our 2 year old races her down the hallway and gives her pets; its adorable. Does any one else own a beardie? We're trying to figure out what greens to feed her, and were just going down the list. She's so picky o.o so far she'll only eat green cabbage and mustard greens.
 

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Hi! I have 4 Axolotl, all juvenile, and a French Bulldog! I also have a Betta fish and an algae eater.
 

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3 goldfish
1 panda Cory though I'm getting more soon.
Countless platies.
A zebra fish
A pleco
My beautiful spotted salamander
 

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One dog Ace My 1 year old German Shepherd who is crazy energetic, Two Axolotls Giligan the melanoid and Skipper the Wilder type both males im hoping to get a copper soon. A pleco and lastly a Red eared Slider.
 

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I have an Iguana and 1 Great Dane, I'm thinking of getting this large dog cage which has a Size of 54" L x 35" W x 45" H.
 

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I have two raccoons (they are not really my pets, just two bandits that liked my trashcan) living on the backyard and one sugar glider in the house
 

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I have one leucistic axolotl, a double tail betta, ball python, and a cat (I call him my angsty teenager, he goes and hides in a room most of the day and only comes out for food, lol). I love making vivariums and such and hope to add some tylototriton newts to my collection for a paludarium I’m making.
 

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I am the keeper of two Southern Crested newts (Triturus karelinii), two (neutered indoor) cats, a mother cat and her four twelve week-old kittens (formerly five - one has been adopted and neutered so far), a poodle-mix puppy, and a halfmoon plakat betta.
 

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4x Chinese Fire belly newt efts (Cynops Orientalis) tough time feeding them, stubborn little group.
 

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I know this is an old thread, been enjoying reading it! Here’s my current roster:

Trixie K. Terwilliger - Leucistic Axolotl I raised from a baby
“New Guy” (no name yet) - GFP Wild-type Axolotl just brought home
Dr. Steve Tanaka - Firebelly newt, probably Chinese, at least 17 years old, rescued from Craigslist
Lucy - blue Parrotlet, rescue from animal shelter
Ziggy - our feline overlord, taken from someone who didn’t want him.
Sally - McNab Border Collie, rescue
Alfie - small terrier mix, maybe Cairn/Chihuahua? Rescue from shelter

My last two newts, Fluffy and Snowball, lived for at least 35 years. I’ve been a newt and salamander fan since I was a kid.
 

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I have a bit of a zoo myself. I currently have:
1- leucistic Axolotl named “Pearl”
2- dogs, a brindle lab/ pit mix named “Iggy” and a blue, brindle pocket bully named “Yoda”
1- short haired cat named “Miso”
3- rabbits, a blue eyed white French angora named “Furguson” and his girlfriend a blue eyed seal point lionhead. Then there’s my old man, a Flemish Giant/ angora mix named “Petey”
1-blue eyed leucistic ball python named “Apollo”
1-40 gallon cichlid tank with tiger barbs, a Bristlenose pleco, a blood parrot, green severum, and an electric blue acara.
1-20 gallon community tank with neon tetras, a betta, and a super red bristlenose pleco



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WOAH! I dont know how you do it! SO many babies!

I have:
Lynx Point Siamese boy named Chulo (4 years old)
Blue tricolor Chihuahua girl named Lilybelle (4 years old)
Dilute Calico Medium Hair Moggie boy named Krosp (3 years old)
Melanoid Axolotl Xmas gift as of yet unnamed (6 months old)
 

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WOAH! I dont know how you do it! SO many babies!



I have:

Lynx Point Siamese boy named Chulo (4 years old)

Blue tricolor Chihuahua girl named Lilybelle (4 years old)

Dilute Calico Medium Hair Moggie boy named Krosp (3 years old)

Melanoid Axolotl Xmas gift as of yet unnamed (6 months old)



It’s ALOT of work but very worth it!


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  • MadamePirateOwl:
    The second image was how it looked the first time, it was mixed with some other poop like stuff. after that its been small and without the poopy stuff
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  • madcaplaughs:
    The second photo looks reminiscent of partially-digested worms, though I've never seen anything like that. Have you checked your parameters lately?
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  • MadamePirateOwl:
    Right now theyre in smaller tubs that i do daily water changes in
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    I'll admit Ive bought test strips but they havent come in yet
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    I use Prime to dechlorinate the water, which was recommend by the girl I got them from
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    For now I'd tub the axolotl and do daily 100% water changes until you're able to test your parameters
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    I'd also recommend ordering a liquid test kit such as the API Freshwater Master Test Kit since strips are generally unreliable and inaccurate.
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    Okay, thank you for your help and advice :)
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    anybody growing tylototriton?
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    hi I’m looking for some insight, it would really help if you could check out what I have written^
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    Hello! Anyone there right now by chance? I have a couple questions about plants in an axolotl tank.
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    @Chelsea smith, Hi, what questions did you have?
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    Hi! I was wondering if anyone knew if java fern, the floaters like frog bit, anubis, and moss balls could be all kept without any substrate with the axies? I have sand right now with an axie who is over a year but we were just testing the waters really but I continously read about a lot of health issues with sand impacting constipation and hiding bad bacteria and such, we just want to make him comfy.
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    I don't know about the java ferns, but the moss balls and anything that floats on the surface of the water should be totally fine! I'm not saying the java ferns aren't an option, I just personally don't know if they can live without some sort of substrate
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    Java ferns actually do better when they are attached to a piece of wood or other decor anyway. Their rhizomes can be easily burried in sand and then they dont grow properly. The others can also be kept without sand no problem.
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    @Chelsea smith All of the plants you've listed can be kept without substrate. Plants with rhizomes cannot be submerged in substrate, as burying the rhizome will cause the plant to suffocate and rot. You can pin these plants under on onto decoration, rocks, etc., just be careful that the rhizome is not in substrate. Moss balls and floating plants, naturally, do not need substrate either. Do note that floating plants require a good amount of light.
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    Hi guys, I have an 11 month old axoltol who is about 9 inches long. She normally is a pig when it comes to food. I switch between pellets and night crawlers, and sometimes blood worms if she had a big meal the day before. Anyways, I went to go feed her a night crawler today, and she wouldn’t eat it! She turned her head and went to the corner. I noticed that when I cut this worm it seems to release a lot more goop then other worms I’ve cut, I tried to wash it off the best I could with cold water. Do you think maybe she didn’t want to eat it because of that? She normally will eat anything in front of her face. Water perimeters are perfectly normal by the way, and temp is at a steady 63 degrees F.
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    Also, she looks perfectly fine. Tail is straight, gills aren’t curled, no fungus or anything. It’s probably no big deal, it’s just unusual behavior for her so it really caught my eye. Love my girl and want to make sure everything’s ok.
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    Paige1warren: Also, she looks perfectly fine. Tail is straight, gills aren’t curled, no fungus or anything... +1
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