New Beardie Parent.

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New Beardie Parent.

Postby ladydeathstrk82 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 4:50 pm

Hi all, my name is Desiree and recently I just got not one but 2 Bearded Dragons. For over a decade I've always wanted one. So my husband and I went to PetSmart so my nephew can get things for his snakes and I look over and they have Baby Beardies. So I decided to get one and "she" was the smallest one and was to cute to pass up. I know some things about them but still learning and I know till there older you can't tell the sex but to me "she" looks like and has the spunkiness of a female. So anyway got what I needed and returned two days later for something so i got another one cause not knowing they can't be housed together I thought my "female" was lonely and got the "male" that was.in sme cage as "her". Long story short had a 30 gallon tank then "he" was dominant over "her" and the light so I got a 65 gallon tank for "him" and a 55 gallon for "her". So I got tons of questions and concerns and would love if anyone has a second to help me with info basically. I'm gonna try and post pictures of them and show there tank. He has grown so much since getting him and her not so much. They get veggies has a small water dish and a bigger fish to cool down in. Her I'm using a coffee lid cause the other dish was to big and she never used it. I think she don't drink cause after a bath she's spunky and before she looks sluggish. But here's a pic of them. Ok so after writing this and trying, I don't know how to post a pic so if someone in the comments please let me know thank you.
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Re: New Beardie Parent.

Postby Aolsen1989 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 10:33 pm

First off congratulations. Secondly I would watch for any problems with them since PetSmart has a bad reputation for caring for the animals in their care. And you can pm me with any care questions you may have. And on the water some won't drink from a dish misting them every couple of days they will lick the water from themselves. They are a dessert animal and not used to having standing water available all the time. If you want to pm me your email and I can email you a full care booklet.
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Re: New Beardie Parent.

Postby KarrieRee » Wed Jun 19, 2019 4:10 am

Please post pics of their tanks and lighting --- https://www.beardeddragon.org/useruploads/-- we can better help w/ what we see
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