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How to Use
Western Blue-tongue Lizard
Kritter’s Crumble can also be used for other species of skinks, geckos, monitors and dragons.
Before keeping or setting up any lizard. It is important to research and understand the animals needs. Visit websites, read books and list your animals specific requirements.
All animals need:
- Food and to produce waste
- Shelter/ somewhere to sleep
- Space/ somewhere to live
- Appropriate substrate
- Temperature is appropriate
- Ventilation / airflow
The Western blue-tongue lizard is a ground dwelling animal and prefers a temperature between (24° to 32° Celsius) or (74° to 90° Fahrenheit). Ensure you provide heat for your animal.
Clean the animal’s enclosure before setting up.
Spread a 3cm or 1 inch layer of Kritter’s Crumble on the floor of the enclosure.
Kritter’s Crumble helps to retain warmth in the enclosure particularly in cold weather. Provide a hide, somewhere for your animal to shelter and sleep.
Place a shallow bowl of fresh water at the cool end of the enclosure.
Place a flat rock under the light, this will give your animal a basking spot, help wear down the lizard’s nails and assist your animal when shedding its skin.
When spot cleaning and removing droppings and Kritter’s Crumble from the droppings site, use a large spoon or put on a disposable glove to remove the waste. Now recycle the waste in the compost, in the garden or on the lawn.
When spot cleaning and removing droppings and Kritter’s Crumble, use a large spoon or put on a disposable glove to remove the waste. Now recycle the waste in the compost, in the garden or on the lawn.
Ensure cleaning is done regularly and replace the entire contents of Kritter’s Crumble every 3 months or as required.
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