African spur thigh slow moving?
I have a african spur thigh who eats regularly. I have changed it's set up as it is winter in Ohio and even colder in the house. I have a light bulb that imitates the sun and a night bulb as well so some type of heat for it to be around all the time. My bedding is coconut husk and alfalfa hay at one end. Since I put the hay in she seems to not hibernate, but definetly likes to hide in the hay. It's about two years old and has slowed down considerably. No signs of sicknes, but has gone from pooping in the water when soaking it to do it in the inclosure now and eats it sometimes. She is feed the hay a tortoise diet a long with green beans, corn, kale, red lettuce and so forth. I switch it's diet around for it so it doesn't get bored. I give peas only once a week as have read not good for it, but loves them the most. Also when she eats those she does the white extraction which isn't good I know. Just worried as she like to stay covered up more than usual, but seems okay when out, Thanks, Kathy