Tiny Tim has previously suffered from metabolic bone disease, which is a calcium deficiency causing them to grow deformed. Tiny Tim has since recovered and is healthy as a horse despite their shape. They are not a picky eater and enjoy feeder insects like crickets, phoenix worms, and mealworms. They're also happy to eat leafy greens and other veg, they also like Repashy foods like Bluey Buffet, Grub Pie, and many others!
They will need consistent calcium supplementation and UVB light for the rest of their life to prevent their shell problem getting worse. Chances are they will stay small but they will still need a 40 gallon breeder or equivalent sized enclosure.
We do not reveal the sex of rescue as we do not intend for them to be used for breeding. And as with all rescues we require a photo of the enclosure with you next to it as proof.
In store pick up or $65.00 FedEx overnight shipping.
Live animal shipping will be FedEx overnight in the United States only.