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PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 1:34 am 
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Welcome, Wimmy! Sonoma County is one of my favourite places in North America - in fact I was just there in December. Had many fantastic vegan meals and some great wine too. Cheers! [/i]

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Thanks Trev for the welcome, I think I am truely blessed to live here :) Such a great place and so vegan friendly :) Love the wine too! lol..

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Welcome Wimmy!
Has your avatar any meaning :wink:

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Hello & Welcome Wimmy! :D

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Its wonderful!! I love him sooo much..such a passive and peaceful guy, His name is felix...:)


Felix sounds great!
I've always been interested but I'm just not sure about the care involved.
How much time and effort is involved looking after him?

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Haha my avitar is just funny :) I use to be a stoner.

Taking care of a beardie is a bit involved, but let me tell you its worth it!! Be sure when you want one to make sure you get a recomended breeder. My poor guy was born with poor bones due to bad breeding, so now he is our special needs guy!! I would not trade him in ever!! but if I could go back in time I would have gotten him a little older and met his breeder and find out who his parents were. I would like to have another one someday, so felix could have a buddy.[/url]

The care is a bit hard at first, you have to get the lighting, and temps right..then his enviroment...I read many books and searched many web sites to get it just right. They are expensive to feed, he eats greens, fruit and live food, such as worms and crickets...but eventually it will seem like nothing :)

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My son wants one badly but mom isn't too keen.
She is worried about the amount of maintenance and the life expectancy.

I became interested when my daughter had a birthday party at a pet store.
They brought out a few lizards and I just found them to be fascinating.
I love how they curl up on your shoulders.

Who knows? maybe we'll get one yet.

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I love every thing about him, the way he looks at me, he is very dependent on me. Just like my cats he displays unconditional love...what a stinker!! lol

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Welcome ! :)

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