My first bearded dragon is 11 years old :)

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My first bearded dragon is 11 years old :)

Postby TheWhiteWolf » Sun Sep 13, 2020 4:32 am

Hello everyone, just a quick introduction!

This is my rescue bearded dragon and her name is Moni, She Is 11 years old and is (luckily) extremely healthy, she eats a good varied amount of vegetables and insects and loves to play, she is very active and will run up and down the room! Moni knows me and my partner well now and we have bonded, she asks to come out of her tank and sometimes actually jumps into my hands! She makes her moods very clear! And she loves a cuddle when going to sleep.

She has recently started shedding so I have signed up to a few forums in order to study peoples experiences and opinions, as a new owner of reptiles I feel it's important to read as much as I can.

Hopefully I will be talking to some of you soon! 😎✌️🦎:)

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Re: My first bearded dragon

Postby KarrieRee » Sun Sep 13, 2020 10:54 am

Welcome if you need help or have questions please ask
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Re: My first bearded dragon

Postby TheWhiteWolf » Sun Sep 13, 2020 12:41 pm

KarrieRee wrote:Welcome if you need help or have questions please ask
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Thanks much appreciated! :)
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Re: My first bearded dragon is 11 years old :)

Postby saraho » Tue Sep 15, 2020 8:31 am

It's great that you took on an adult rescue. I adopted Charlie when he was almost 2, but that still feels young to me. I'm a life-long cat owner as well and our last boy came to us as an adult. I'm so glad we adopted him, I hate to see good animals linger in poor homes or shelters because they aren't cute babies anymore.
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Re: My first bearded dragon is 11 years old :)

Postby TheWhiteWolf » Wed Sep 16, 2020 4:04 pm

saraho wrote:It's great that you took on an adult rescue. I adopted Charlie when he was almost 2, but that still feels young to me. I'm a life-long cat owner as well and our last boy came to us as an adult. I'm so glad we adopted him, I hate to see good animals linger in poor homes or shelters because they aren't cute babies anymore.


Do you have some pictures? I love how much bearded dragons varie in shape colour and size. I was lucky enough to get a lot of equipment given to me for my beardy, so she has a really good Viv.
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