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  1. Lizards
    I was thinking of buying the Komodo Reptile Carpet Large 120x60cm. Should I?
  2. Newbie Advice
    hey guys, at the moment cosmo my corn is housed on newspaper, due to developing a upper respiratory problem on aspen. now he is all cleared up can anyone recommend a good alternative please? thanks, pixiesparkle :)
  3. Snakes
    I've enquired with a local store about aubiose. They burleybed has anybody used this?
  4. Snakes
    Hey guys, I've just set up my first vivarium and got myself a young ball python :2thumb: I was just wondering if there's a minimum depth of Aspen you would have in your vivarium? I have a head pad, which has a hide over the top of it, and I just want to make sure the Aspen is deep enough so...
  5. Equipment Classifieds
    Bag of Lignocel Hygienic Animal Bedding 12.5kg bag - used 0.5kg out of it so is a 12.0kg bag. Collection Minster on Sea, Kent £11
  6. Equipment Classifieds
    2 bags of beech chip bedding 24 kg bag - £25 22 kg bag - £20 Both for £40 Collection from Warwick CV34
  7. Equipment Classifieds
    I have half a bag of Megazorb (probably over) left over from my APDs. Suitable for rats, mice, Gerbils, Hamsters etc. Also about half a 15Kg bag of Chipsi left from my corn snake. Looking for £5 for each bag. I'm in Northumberland - just north of Newcastle. Can deliver reasonably local for...
  8. Habitat
    Hello - it's my first post so apologies if this is in the wrong section (hopefully not) I have been looking at new substrate options for my 17 year old ball python and was quite keen on coco husk chips because it seems they can hold a bit of humidity and are a bit more eco friendly. After...
  9. Habitat
    I have just started using flax bedding for my rodents and read it is good for snakes. Anyone know if it is good for desert species such as Uros, chuckwallas, collards, torts etc, i think it would be safer then sand as it would be easy to digest if swallowed, i think it can hold burrows and would...
  10. Snakes
    Has anyone used this type of Bedding.......Thoughts
  11. Habitat
    Hey I have got a few sweet corn leave (Husks maybe they are called) Can these be used for bedding or something lizard related? I have blue tongued skink.
  12. Snakes
    Right guys, I've been using corrugated cardboard sheets for my rub set-ups and am really pleased with the ease of cleaning out etc, I know many people use cardboard in there are-ups for larger snakes, burms, boas, etc. I purchased a large quantity of the sheeting and wondered what people paid...
  13. Newbie Advice
    I've had my lea for a few months now and he currently has sand in his viv. I have pet rats and I use chopped cardboard substrate for them such as green mile, finacard or ecopetbed etc. I was wondering if this would be okay to use instead of sand for the gecko and I have a huge bale of it to...
  14. Snakes
    Hi, this is my first post here so go easy on me :blush: I've had a corn snake for around 4 years, admittedly it was somewhat neglected for 3.5 of those years. I always fed it but didn't use a thermostat or thermometer and almost never cleaned it out. However, having quit weed for the past 6...
  15. Equipment & Supplies
    anyone have a contact number for these guys or anyone ever had problems with these I ordered some stuff on the 23 rd and not got any yet any ideas Thanks
  16. Snakes
    It's been done before but I just wanted to start my own thread on substrate for Royal Pythons... Some starter questions: - What do you use? Why do you use it? - What would you never use? Why would you never use it? - Is it suitable to use anything other than paper in a RUB? I know this is a...
  17. Snakes
    After just doing all the maintenance on all the vivs I've been thinking about ordering in bulk for aspen possibly. I am just looking for advice on were people get their substrate in bulk from I other possible substrate options. Thanks
  18. Equipment & Supplies
    Hello guys! I bought some softwood shavings from a local pet store, and I would like to ask you if it is safe for a terrarium. On the package it says that the shavings are from softwood trees, nothing more... I'm not really sure if it is safe, thats why I would like to ask you before I use it...
  19. Snakes
    Hey guys, hope you are all keeping good. So ive seen a few people switching to lignocel, few pet shops near me also recommend it. Its alot cheaper than aspen and soaks up pee alot better. Also snakes can digest it and its alot smaller pieces. I can get a 12.5KG bag for Price (inc. VAT)...
  20. Other Pets and Exotics
    What bedding to you rate for your gerbils? Currently mine are on shavings and repticard mixed together, but as time goes on I am really going off the shavings and am looking for something which will hold any tunnels they build. I have considered carefresh and hemp just wanted peoples opinions on...
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