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typical eddies pooed(got that in there for all you poo convo lovers :wink:)hes now shed and gone off his food,i expect this is fairly normal after they eat the shed they must be pretty full so was wondering if other had noticed this in their leos(or other lizards)just interested to find out as much as poss that the caresheets dont tell you!
 

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yeah one of my leos have done that (eat their shed and has now gone off food) :D atleast mines not the only one.
 

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:D same here :D
 

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my BD's did this, but with no noticable problem except a big grey poo! :oops:
 

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I've just asked the same question, so it seems it may have been answered!
Although, our leos tail looks a bit thinner than usual?
He is shedding and looks healthy otherwise (his new skin is nice an bright), but he hasn't eaten anything for a while and I'm worried about the size of his tail.............although it isn't stick thin, but it is noticeably thinner.

Anyone else's leo the same, or should I worry!!!?? :0/
 
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