Toothless

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Toothless

Postby Hollyfm » Fri Jul 31, 2020 5:26 pm

Hi! Just wanted to say hi here! My kids and I (and reluctant husband) are new bearded dragon owners to a 1-2 year old dragon from previous owners who were giving him up. We named him Toothless after the How to Train Your Dragon series and movies. We’re super excited to have him. The kids and myself are huge pet lovers. I had little lizards when I was young but never a dragon. While super happy to have him, I’m also nervous about getting his habitat and meal schedule down. At the moment, he’s not eating much but like any living creature, he’s stressed from the change so I’ve read not eating is ok for a while. I do feel bad though. I have already benefited from your articles and questions/answers so very happy to have found this! :)
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Re: Toothless

Postby Millar1996 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 12:45 am

I also have a toothless not eating is fine since he been moved he just need to settle in I would still offer him fresh greens and live food to see if he will eat it [Click image to enlarge]
I aslo got 2 other than I rescued that are in the same position as ur bearded dragon
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Re: Toothless

Postby Millar1996 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 12:45 am

I also have a toothless not eating is fine since he been moved he just need to settle in I would still offer him fresh greens and live food to see if he will eat it [Click image to enlarge]
I aslo got 2 other than I rescued all 3 that are in the same position as ur bearded dragon
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