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Old 30-06-2009, 09:32 PM
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i take both my iggys out with me every where on there harnesses,i got mine off ebay there made of soft leather,and they are easy on the reptile,look under reptile harnesses on ebay i think i paid about a fiver each,my iggs love coming out and also recognize the harnesses and get all excited when i get them out,just like a dog and a lead,,they come in various sizes and if you email them i pretty sure they make them custom too
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Old 30-06-2009, 10:20 PM
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thisis one i made for my CWD... excuse the state of him, hes a bit of a rescue, but doing really well
although i ended making that one too big haha hes put alot of weight on since tho
the ones i made for the beardies fit perfect and look tidy.
the vynl is so soft its really easy to use and on the CWD
he know what it is now so when i pick it up he runs at me so i can put it on lol
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Old 30-06-2009, 10:26 PM
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it does them good to get them out... i really dont see the problem?
since real UV is 3 times better than a tube, i must be better
ok be careful about were you put him but really?
i have always taken my beardies and him out for a little trek.
so have many others here
iv never had an issue
Yeah I take the beardys out, we did try taking the argus out but she would not co-operate with harness lol, They can be harness trained but she was too old by then haha.
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I've just got an outside enclosure for my CWD
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i take both my iggys out with me every where on there harnesses,i got mine off ebay there made of soft leather,and they are easy on the reptile,look under reptile harnesses on ebay i think i paid about a fiver each,my iggs love coming out and also recognize the harnesses and get all excited when i get them out,just like a dog and a lead,,they come in various sizes and if you email them i pretty sure they make them custom too
Dont harness' on iggy's damage there spines/spikes ?
just something i heard about them
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Old 01-07-2009, 12:19 AM
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Dont harness' on iggy's damage there spines/spikes ?
just something i heard about them
well if you make them so they dont wrap around the spines, but go upwars from the neck, they are fine... same with CWD
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well if you make them so they dont wrap around the spines, but go upwars from the neck, they are fine... same with CWD
fair enough :P
are they complete escape proof im assuming??
any chance of a picture of yours or one similar? pleeeease
i have always been interested in harness' for when my iggs are older but i thought they done too much damage to risk.

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Old 01-07-2009, 02:51 AM
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i've got a rabbit run for my beardie that i've stapled round with green mesh and you can also body harnesses for reps
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my mate used her kids old travel cot with mesh on the top, cause all 4 sides let the sun in but there isn't any place they can get loose!

my iggy has a harness, had him in it twice he fights to get it on but he is like that anyway he is a very nervous iggy since he wasn't he best treated before i got him
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well if you make them so they dont wrap around the spines, but go upwars from the neck, they are fine... same with CWD

That cool. Would it be possible for you to make me one for some cash? Im not arty farty lol
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