Hi Tom, I apologize im new to this page. I recently purchased a Sulcata hatchling from TT and they never shipped it And overnight shipping was expensive. I’ve since read horrible things and cancelled my order. Do you still have any Sulcata babies for sale and how do I contact you if so like I said this site is new to me ?
Hi Tom, do you sell juvenile Pardalis Pardalis Leopard Tortoises? We have a 6 yr old male(we think he's @ 6) that we'd like to find a mate for. I wouldn't mind a baby but would worry about the size difference putting them together? Thanks, Angie
I built one of your night boxes and my sulcata ALWAYS poops and pees on the heat pad. is that normal? I can not tell you the last time she has gone in the yard. Is there anything that I can do to get her to go outside of her box? Silly question but she makes a BIG mess and it is hard to clean up all the time and I am worried she will make this night box not last as long as it should.
@Tom I have a sulcata 4 years old and I need to make a winter home. Any recommendations? Tight now he is longing in this and has to be covered since we have hawks but I would like to attach something that he can go in for winter
I'd like to see your night boxes. You put a link that shows tinypics to access your pictures but they shut down on September 2019. Did you save them?
i'd appreciate if you can post them again as well as the outside enclosure you did.
Hi Tom. Just wanted to give you a heads up tinypic announces they were no more hosting which I've noticed messes up a lot of post. Your heat box threads super helpful all need updated photos, idk maybe a moderator can upload it or something.. not sure I'd another good photo just too as I use tiny pic myself. Such a pain In the butt
Hi Tom. Last weekend, I saw the pictures of the outside enclosure you built with the bricks and wood. Is there any chance you can post the pictures again. They have disappeared and I would love to build this
And I will get a PVC enclosure like you've mentioned bc it's the best for humidity and ambient temp, which you've said and also that maintaining them are v important factors to minimize pyramiding. Do your leopards have minimal pyramiding from living in such conditions? So many leopards I've seen on the web all have bad/lots of pyramiding, and I wanna do everything I can do minimize pyramiding on my leopard. Thanks