Boggle from London

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Boggle from London

Postby RastaDragon » Thu Jan 09, 2020 2:08 am

hi everyone,

i kept adding things to my thread in the introductions page, but figured i should probably start one here to update.

few little things i wanted to share, so here we go to start...

we have started our first shed:
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so far the top 2/3 of his tail and under his chin.
we also had our first bath - no photos of that tho as i was pretty busy with a little man wondering what the hell was going on!

Boggle and friend taking in the evening sun over the Aussie outback:
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(Boggle's friend is no longer with us RIP)

and yesterday i had a weird brain freeze and didn't realise the time - Boggle usually gets up about 9ish, his lights go on at 7.15 but it takes him a while to get going, but yesterday at 7.30 i was worried why he was still in bed and looking sleepy!

so i hassled my poor little man, got him out of bed, gave him a couple of worms and got him so sit in the sun.

then his mama comes into the room and says "i could hear you talking to him - what's going on, why is he sitting on his bridge", to which i replied "what do you mean, he was looking very sleepy i was worried about him"...

"of course he's looking sleepy he doesn't get up for ages!!!"

doh! - that explains why he was looking so p****d off then!

so i try and put him back to bed, which he's having none of - and he spends the next hour or so clinging to the back of my hand:
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until he's all like - ok, yep, NOW its time to get up!

hopefully he forgave me.

:D
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Re: Boggle from London

Postby LimKH » Thu Jan 09, 2020 7:32 am

RastaDragon wrote:hi everyone,

i kept adding things to my thread in the introductions page, but figured i should probably start one here to update.

few little things i wanted to share, so here we go to start...

we have started our first shed:
Image
Image

so far the top 2/3 of his tail and under his chin.
we also had our first bath - no photos of that tho as i was pretty busy with a little man wondering what the hell was going on!

Boggle and friend taking in the evening sun over the Aussie outback:
Image
(Boggle's friend is no longer with us RIP)

and yesterday i had a weird brain freeze and didn't realise the time - Boggle usually gets up about 9ish, his lights go on at 7.15 but it takes him a while to get going, but yesterday at 7.30 i was worried why he was still in bed and looking sleepy!

so i hassled my poor little man, got him out of bed, gave him a couple of worms and got him so sit in the sun.

then his mama comes into the room and says "i could hear you talking to him - what's going on, why is he sitting on his bridge", to which i replied "what do you mean, he was looking very sleepy i was worried about him"...

"of course he's looking sleepy he doesn't get up for ages!!!"

doh! - that explains why he was looking so p****d off then!

so i try and put him back to bed, which he's having none of - and he spends the next hour or so clinging to the back of my hand:
Image
Image
until he's all like - ok, yep, NOW its time to get up!

hopefully he forgave me.

:D


Looks like a successful molt. Let them bask for at least an hour and a half when the lights are on. If not done, they won't have the appetite to eat. Let them bask for at least an hour and a half to digest before lights out.
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Re: Boggle from London

Postby Aaradimian » Thu Jan 09, 2020 9:34 am

This thread makes me want to get another little one :)
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Re: Boggle from London

Postby DorgEndo » Thu Jan 09, 2020 9:45 am

LOL at Boogle's friend. May friend of unassumed gender rest in peace.

Boogle just might not be a morning dragon. Some people aren't morning people, why not dragons.
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Re: Boggle from London

Postby DragonPete » Fri Jan 10, 2020 7:10 pm

LOL 😆 if you wake me 2 hrs early I'm gonna be pretty grumpy too!
Better start looking for silk worms or something to kiss up and maybe be forgiven. 😉
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Re: Boggle from London

Postby Claudiusx » Sat Jan 11, 2020 10:49 am

AWw how cute! The first shed is always special :)

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Re: Boggle from London

Postby RastaDragon » Sun Jan 12, 2020 4:52 am

apart from a few little places, we pretty much got through our first shed in one day:

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i am so proud of my little boy, he was so brave and handled it so well - it must be a really freaky experience!

and this is Boggle now:
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the picture really doesn't do justice - his colours are so beautiful!
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Re: Boggle from London

Postby Claudiusx » Sun Jan 12, 2020 6:37 am

His colors are much brighter! He looks so proud of himself! :D

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Re: Boggle from London

Postby RastaDragon » Sat Mar 21, 2020 10:13 am

not posted anything on here for a while - but there's been loads going on!

we have been through two more sheds since the last update, Bog's is coming out to play (jump about like a crazy man) more and more, i'm trying to breed crickets and dubias, and last week we had a mass escape of crickets and were chasing the little buggers around the house for days!

but i just wanted to do this little post to show you this picture i just took if my little boy and his friend:

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Re: Boggle from London

Postby DragonPete » Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:00 am

Gorgeous! Send more pics when you have time. ❤
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Re: Boggle from London

Postby KarrieRee » Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:14 am

:lol: yeah good luck w/ the crickets-------------
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Re: Boggle from London

Postby MariosDad » Sat Mar 21, 2020 8:02 pm

What a glow-up! Holy moley that's a lot of growth! I just caught up on Boggle and am looking forward to more updates! So cute as a baby and now that head :shock: I guess that's what a good diet will do for ya!
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