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CWD Enclosure

Discussion in 'Enclosures' started by melodybirdsong, Sep 22, 2009.

  1. it's really not as hard as you think to build a cage. I just started by building a large wooden frame, then added plywood to the sides. Silicone sealed it and then painted it all with the proper paints/silicones. Added the floor (plywood), added doors and lights, then decorated! All in all, I spent around $400 dollars to set the whole thing up. IMO, that's a lot cheaper than buying a premade cage. That price includes lights, pumps, everything!
     
  2. wildheart

    wildheart Elite Member

    That is really amazing, you have done an excellent job indeed. Just a word of advice, next time, take photos as you go and post it up so we all can follow and learn, that will safe lots of questions.:D

    So where is the lucky Dragon?
     
  3. Frognut

    Frognut Subscribed User Premium Member

    It looks beautiful! You did a wonderful job -- it was worth the wait!
     
  4. Ha, thanks everyone. I woulda done a tutorial type thing but the only problem is I myself didn't really know where I was going with it till I got there. They only pictures I managed to take in the making of it are these:
    The frame: (the little horizontal stick was to represent where the floor base would be made)
    endofapril040.jpg
    Trying to get all the inside figured out.
    LizardCageProgress006.jpg
     

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  5. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Its looking great! That's going to be a very attractive enclosure!
     
  6. leogecko88

    leogecko88 Member

    It's fantastic! Where did you get those branches?
     
  7. They're pieces of drift wood I collected at Pickwick Dam off of the Tennessee river. I scrubbed them down with a mild bleach solution and let them dry in the sun. I only cut one of them, which is the large one going across the top. I'm recycling from nature! hah :)
     

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