- Jan 14, 2017
I wish I was joking.. place sucked
No, get that home set up properly and do it quickly. It needs wholesale changes.Ok. Like I said there's a lot I want to change about his setup but I don't want to move stuff while he's in pre molt. He came with that entire setup so I have some tidying up to do lol
I can't believe this...it makes me very sad.Breaking legs of a spider? Are you friggin' kidding me?
While they are arboreals, most don't act the part. Height is less of a necessity, ground cover is actually more important. Just look at the above pics, its a very nice arboreal enclosure, but for this t, it could have cared less and chose literally the only small place it could make a burrow, right on the ground.This is how I have my biggest female's enclosure set up. She did do a no no and got behind the background so I'm going to remove it and add other stuff to make it look more natural. The bigger they get the more attitude they have from what I have observed with my 3.
While they are arboreals, most don't act the part. Height is less of a necessity, ground cover is actually more important. Just look at the above pics, its a very nice arboreal enclosure, but for this t, it could have cared less and chose literally the only small place it could make a burrow, right on the ground.
Wood is good, but don't lean it too vertically.
Sounds like a wretched place to me. I hope they go out of business.I would have read more but I didn't even know what kind of t I was buying...i read a lot once I figured it out. I bought him in a hurry because they were breaking feeders and legs off of spiders to show people. I wasn't gonna let it stay there and be killed...
all are skinny after molting...psalms get very skinny.Is it just me or does he seem "skinny"?
When they are that size they tend to hide behind the dirt curtains. As long as it is eating you dont have anything to worry about.I was at a pet store and they had some rescued t's from an abandoned house. I wanted the cobalt but didn't have 120 to drop at the time. Ended up finding a 2" t that was unspecified as to what he was. My first guess was he was a tiger rump and he was a little jerk and escaped his cage at the pet store. I really liked him and purchased him. Got home and was getting a better look at him and noticed his little orange Nike swooshes on his legs and began searching the interwebs for his true identity. Finally figured out he was a sun tiger and he's been out and about the first 2 weeks I had him. Now for the past 2-3 weeks I haven't seen him and can't get him to move in his web. I'm really worried. I know he could be in premolt but I have no idea. I keep his cage humidity a bit higher than my pink toe but they get water every day. He's eaten a few meal worms and crickets. I read that they aren't a very active t but I'm just worried, he's awesome and I don't want anything to happen to him. If anyone has any info on these t's or any extra pointers I'd really appreciate it.