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Re: Darwin

Postby CooperDragon » Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:50 am

I can't imagine having 5 of them! Seems so chaotic. I have my hands full with 1.
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Re: Darwin

Postby sweetiepie9 » Fri Jan 25, 2019 6:09 pm

I don't do everything to them every day. I have 3 girls now, Cierra 5 yr, Freya 1 1/2 and Grrrl about 6. And my boys, Castiel 4, and Nathaniel 5. My girls eat on their own so snuggles for them, outside time, too. I let them get around the apartment, so I'll be walking out of a room and one of them will be going into it. It's alot of fun. I'm home sick, bad back, so it's a bit easier to spend more time with them. They get their baths, water, liquid supplements, and food. Sometimes they spend too much time in their tanks, so I made it so they pretty much see each other. So the boys are down to just black beards when the girls are out (my 3 girls can be out at the same time, it's awesome and very well supervised) they've been doing the Spring Fever thing for the last two months, off and on. That's fun to watch, only not looking forward to eggs (infertile).

I've had 5 dragons for 10 years at least, because I rescue, and I keep them, even when they improve from when I got them I still lose them eventually. And another always shows up. It would seem wrong if I didn't have them. But then I'm an old crazy dragon mom :lol:
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Re: Darwin

Postby CooperDragon » Tue Jan 29, 2019 1:53 pm

I was up late last night with insomnia and was watching movies when I heard an odd knocking on Darwin's tank around 1am. Little guy was pushed up against the glass head bobbing while still asleep. Must have been a pretty odd dream. I picked him up and he slept on my chest for a couple of hours and seemed to calm down. I take this and several other instances as proof that they do have dreams and can be comforted.
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Re: Darwin

Postby sweetiepie9 » Tue Jan 29, 2019 6:04 pm

They definitely dream and can definitely be comforted. I've never been able to catch them dreaming but I'm glad you picked him up. He must have been having a nightmare, poor boy :shock:
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