Godric doesn’t get nearly enough picture time but he’s so hard to get proper pictures of. He’s not nearly as terrible as Luna is about it though.
I’ve been too lazy to take proper pictures so have a luci feeding video. Hermann and Lily also ate today despite being finicky little butts.
A few dragon caresheets I’ve read recommend paper towel, but I mostly use tile now. Aside from with Grumpy, who I just haven’t gotten tile cut for. There really isn’t an age cut off for using paper towels as a substrate but the bigger the dragon, the more it’ll get torn up. I’d recommend you get some tile cut to the specifications of your cage at your local hardware store with a dragon that big. It’s easy to clean, cheap, and lasts virtually forever. Stone tiles are the best since they have lots of texture for the dragons feet.
I have 3 dragons, 2 are about a year old and the other is a full grown adult.
I have 10 snakes, 3 lizards, and 2 cats. So a total of 15 pets.
Patch is a wonderful little poser, he’s beginning to go into shed though.
I can’t really say unless you can submit a picture of it to me. Though if it is a shed, with dark colored snakes some pigment will come off on the shed skin, making a brown or sometimes greenish hue to the shed skin.
Okeetees are characterized by bright, clean colors and thick black bands around their saddles. Or from being directly from the okeetee hunt club locality, however most okeetees are not pure okeetee hunt club.
Many people like to label their normals as okeetees to make them seem fancier or because they’re from muddied lines that disqualify them from actually being okeetees.
I’d add photos to distinguish what I personally find to be great examples of an okeetee but I’m currently limited to very slow starbucks wifi. Maybe when I get internet back in my home I’ll make a post on okeetees to help you distinguish a proper okeetee from a normal.