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Old 10-23-2018, 06:07 PM   #31
Baue6879
I understand what you’re saying, but instead of going to the bank I went to the vet because I felt bad more for the animals than my wallet. I truly felt bad for them and couldn’t send them back for money. Luckily most made a full recovery and are fat and happy the way they should be.
 
Old 10-23-2018, 06:16 PM   #32
BobO'Booey
Of course you did, as I would too but it doesn't mean the seller doesn't bear some of the responsibility for the cost of bringing them back to proper health. I personally would seek to regain the money I was out to do the job they should have done in the first place. That's all I was saying
 
Old 10-24-2018, 07:11 AM   #33
Iguanalady
I have to say that those iguanas did not get in that shape in just a couple of days. I do iguana rescue and rehab. It takes a lot longer then that for them to get in that kind of shape. It takes months and a lot of effort to get them back into good shape. Not only does it effect them physically at that point it also make them vulnerable when trying to breed them. They are more likely to have prolapses and egg binding even when brought back to good health. I'm glad you got them healthy, but I would think seriously before using them in a breeding project.
 
Old 10-24-2018, 08:56 AM   #34
Insomniac101
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They are more likely to have prolapses and egg binding even when brought back to good health. I'm glad you got them healthy, but I would think seriously before using them in a breeding project.
Exactly.

It's gotten to the point that even with photos, you can't be sure what you're getting until you open the box. I have to wonder when those "Before" photos were taken. Six months ago??

Because of incidents like this, I have become even more careful of who I buy from. Nick, your actions (or maybe, inactions) make people more suspicious of every seller. While people should be very suspicious of YOU, these kinds of posts hurt our hobby in general.
 

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