Bearded dragon poop bright green.

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Bearded dragon poop bright green.

Postby Ashleymthornton1990 » Mon Jul 17, 2017 9:33 am

Lizzy pooped this morning was bright green [Click image to enlarge]
. Urate was normal. Has any one seen poo this color before? Should I be worried?
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Re: Bearded dragon poop bright green.

Postby PrettyinPurple » Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:27 am

What are you feeding them? I know that when I switched to a new green (it was either turnip or mustard greens) Sienna's poop was tinted green.
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Re: Bearded dragon poop bright green.

Postby Ashleymthornton1990 » Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:30 am

PrettyinPurple wrote:What are you feeding them? I know that when I switched to a new green (it was either turnip or mustard greens) Sienna's poop was tinted green.

I haven't switched her greens. Collard greens curly greens mustard greens. But I did add these food bites
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Re: Bearded dragon poop bright green.

Postby Ashleymthornton1990 » Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:32 am

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these. I added to there food on Friday. They don't get a lot just a few pieces
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Re: Bearded dragon poop bright green.

Postby PrettyinPurple » Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:48 am

Any change in diet can change the color of their poop. I think the mustard greens is what made Sienna's green, but if the color is new I would probably say it's the new food.
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Re: Bearded dragon poop bright green.

Postby kingofnobbys » Tue Jul 18, 2017 2:04 am

Ashleymthornton1990 wrote:[Click image to enlarge]
these. I added to there food on Friday. They don't get a lot just a few pieces


Please throw the Nature Zone Bearded Dragon Bites in the bin, they are worthless nutritionally because they are 94% moisture and only 3% protein (anyone's guess where the protein is sources). They are a total waste of money and not even suitable to use as treats for ANY REPTILE.

I wouldn't even give these to my bugs....
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Eastern BT Skinks : George & Mildred (born Sept 2010).
Eastern Water Skinks : Lucky (wild juvenile), rescued from a cat.Taken by a SI and far too soon, 9mths with us. RIP 21Jul2010.Wriggles - (rescued injured), small lizard thought she was a big lizard, 7-8 yrs old, died in her sleep, RIP 2Feb2016.)
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