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Feeding Doesn’t Have to be Difficult

Foraged food

Feeding 12 iguanas can feel like a big task. Everything you need to feed your iguana can be found in the grocery store produce section. However, that can get expensive after a while. So what’s the best way to save

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Surgery Update

Well I had my surgery today. Mom dropped me off to Paws and Claws Animal Hospital super early in the morning – way before I like waking up! Dr. Steve and his staff are lots of fun. They let me

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Surgery

Recently, I haven’t been feeling very well. I’ve lost some weight because I haven’t been very hungry. Mom took me to see Dr. Steve. He is a great vet. As soon as he felt my belly, he made me sit

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Izzy’s Vet Appt

This past weekend Izzy opened his mouth at mom and she saw something odd up in the roof of his mouth. Using a flashlight and a second pair of hands to hold him, she opened his mouth to find the

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Mites!

Everyone in this house is sick…including the snakes! I live with a lot of other animals. You heard about the 3 other iguanas and them the bearded dragon that just passed. But we also have a mud turtle, a sulcata

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A Note About Greens

The one thing I forgot to say in my last post about food is that we don’t like lettuce. I listed the most important dark greens to feed us in that post. But a lot of people think that just

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Lunch Time

As iguanas, we usually eat a meal once a day and then maybe a few snacks also. My friends in the wild don’t eat as good as I do. Mom spoils me rotten with her famous iguana salad. Her iguana

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