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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    Nice! Also, from what I can see you have an amazing setup! What species?
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    S. S. Gigliolli
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    Ooo nice!
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    Thank you! I tried to share the video but unsuccessful. You can see it on my IG story @jnerdx
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    Cool! I just have a tiger and a long tail, who we are trying to find as he ESCAPED INTO MY ROOM!
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    Hey y'all, recently my juvenile axolotl's tail has been floating and can swim down but his tail lifts to an angle and I believe that it is stressing him out. He gets in between his plants to balance himself and I am cleaning out the bottom of the tank with my baster. I believe I overfed him and he also may have eaten many air bubbles. He's been like this for nearly 1 1/2 days.
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    What would be the best thing to do ?
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    Hey, does anyone know if hot glue is fine to glue rocks together?
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    Should be. Hot glue is good when dry I believe, just don't let it get too hot and you should be good. Most super glues are good as well just watch out for flume warnings
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    Ok, thanks! I am going to glue together the shale I mentioned.
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  • Kwags:
    hello, I am currently tubbing my axolotl due to cycling the tank. I have read different answers on how many times to do a 100% water change a day when tubbing. Some say once and some say twice. I just want to actually ask and get answers for myself. Thank
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    As often as you need to keep the water clean! Since you´re cycling, I assume you have a test kit. Just test a few times to see how long it takes for your ammonia to go up, and as soon as it does, change the water.
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    Yes,I have the master test kit. Thank you! So just test the water in the tub that my axolotl is in now to gauge off of for changing?
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    That´s the most accurate. Depends on the size of the tub etc. - you just want to make sure the water is always clean
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    When little axolotls are tubbed is it common for them to get a little more spunky then usual? Water temps around 64-65 F and has been changed today with prime added
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    Uh. That depends on your definition of "spunky"?
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    @Kwags, how big?
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    my baby hes tubed and hes a wild child xD
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    Swimming like crazy. A little more pep in his step. I think about 3 inches.
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    Hi does anyone know if jungle fungus clear is safe to use for my axolotl? She has some either fungus or bacterial growth on her fillibrae and maybe body and I read that's good to use if you aren't sure if the problem is bacterial or fungal
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    I have not heard of that before.
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    That jungle fungus clear. I've been dealing with some fungus with my axolotl on and off this summer. The Holtsfreter solution and water changes just seem to do the trick after a bit
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    Where do you get the holtsfreter solution? I've been upping water changes but salt bath seems to be more stressful/harmful than beneficial because she does not like to be caught!
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