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  1. Sue Ann

    Artemis, The Sulcata

    He is so cute, with an attitude!
  2. Sue Ann

    Rescued a tort advice please

    Sounds like you tried hard to educate her. At least she can’t take it back since you paid her.
  3. Sue Ann

    Rescued a tort advice please

    Beautiful tort. Your friend did not care you walked away with her pet? I’m glad she is getting the care she needs but couldn’t you have educated your friend?
  4. Sue Ann

    Anyone else experience THIS? (theft of tortoise)

    I’m so sorry about Elvis. It had to be someone who had seen him. Maybe a friend of a friend? This is a terrible thing.
  5. Sue Ann

    Sex for Knobby

    Male
  6. Sue Ann

    Destruction

    He looks so sweet! How big is he?
  7. Sue Ann

    Check this out

    Wow that’s so nice! Congratulations
  8. Sue Ann

    Adult Sulcata bite

    No flabby arms around your tort
  9. Sue Ann

    Sulcata in Los Angeles Backyard, Opinions Welcome

    Stunning shell baby
  10. Sue Ann

    Sulcata in Los Angeles Backyard, Opinions Welcome

    He is beautiful! I had thought sand was bad for them but Dartanian proved me wrong. I have a 15 mo old sully Dexter that I dearly love and have built him a special yard . Wish he was as active as your boy, but he is only 6 pounds
  11. Sue Ann

    For Those Who Have a Young Sulcata...

    @Tom Dexter is 18 months old, 10 in. long, 5 1/2 lbs. I recently moved him outdoors full time. He is allowed to roam in a 40x44 ft fenced in area with a 4x4 heated night box. he is locked in every night at dark and released in morning between 7:30 and 9:00am. we feed him around 5PM after his...
  12. Sue Ann

    CHE vs RHP for Ambient/Night Heating

    I have. 17 mo Sulcata that I just moved outside full time. While he was inside I used a Che and was very happy. No problems as long it is controlled by a thermostat In Dexters outdoor night box I have a Kane mat on the floor and an RHP on the ceiling.
  13. Sue Ann

    My Latest Endeavor...

    Wicked beaks
  14. Sue Ann

    Introducing tort to night box- Help

    I know that in my mind , but I know how much they hate change in their environment. We fed him outside by his night box but he did not eat much. Finally right before dark we locked him in. My husband was concerned because there was no airflow in the box. I had to convince him not to drill holes...
  15. Sue Ann

    Introducing tort to night box- Help

    Thanks so much Tom. I’m going to start tonight. Hope he doesn’t think we have abandoned him.
  16. Sue Ann

    Introducing tort to night box- Help

    Dexter has a sunken tin tub and a very large terra-cotta dish at the end of the yard where he likes to hang out in his “ditch”.
  17. Sue Ann

    Introducing tort to night box- Help

    Thanks Ellie May Should he have water in the box? Is he ready to go in the box and be outside full time? Should I still soak him daily in cold water outside? Nervous Mom
  18. Sue Ann

    Introducing tort to night box- Help

    Dexter, a Sulcata, is 16 months old, 5 pounds 9 in long by 6 1/2 wide. He has been spending all day outside since April. His “pen” is 40x44. My son built him a night box using instructions found here in forum. We bring him in between 6-8 pm for a soak then put him in his sleeping box with Mazuri...
  19. Sue Ann

    My Latest Endeavor...

    Very interesting
  20. Sue Ann

    Enclosure setup

    Such a cutie. Looks like a nice set up
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