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Re: Is your dragon sleeping too much, not eating enough? READ ME

Postby Terminator7777 » Wed Jun 29, 2011 8:03 pm

My dragons barely sleep and are scratching at the glass before lights even come on. Would they brumating under a year of age?
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Re: Is your dragon sleeping too much, not eating enough? READ ME

Postby Mark1998 » Thu Jun 30, 2011 5:00 am

If they were bruminating they would be doing just the opposite- sleeping all the time. It sounds like they are just young and active. What are the temps in your habitat? Are they eating well and getting water?

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Re: Is your dragon sleeping too much, not eating enough? READ ME

Postby Terminator7777 » Thu Jun 30, 2011 5:04 am

105-110 and 74 when lights are off. I have a water bowl but would say only get water when bathing and in there food. They eat very well and one will hand feed but noticed barely eat till they make stool.
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Re: Is your dragon sleeping too much, not eating enough? READ ME

Postby Mark1998 » Thu Jun 30, 2011 5:10 am

Terminator7777 wrote:105-110 and 74 when lights are off. I have a water bowl but would say only get water when bathing and in there food. They eat very well and one will hand feed but noticed barely eat till they make stool.

It sounds like they are OK as long as food is going in one end and coming out the other. I don't know why they wouldn't sleep much though, mine is pretty consistent about going to bed around 8:30 and sleeping until 6am or so.
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Re: Is your dragon sleeping too much, not eating enough? READ ME

Postby Terminator7777 » Thu Jun 30, 2011 5:22 am

Well yea there colony is working over time i would say lol. They sleep right away after lights go out but i check up on them even during nightly wake ups and there they are just chiling out with eyes open. Seems a bit odd cause there so small you would think they would sleep alot.
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Re: Is your dragon sleeping too much, not eating enough? READ ME

Postby FfelixalEx » Fri Jul 22, 2011 7:26 pm

Does brumation occur with 3 month olds?8
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Re: Is your dragon sleeping too much, not eating enough? READ ME

Postby Terminator7777 » Fri Jul 22, 2011 8:45 pm

FfelixalEx wrote:Does brumation occur with 3 month olds?8


3 months no as stated above for my dragons and what does the 8 mean?
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Re: Is your dragon sleeping too much, not eating enough? READ ME

Postby diamc » Sat Jul 23, 2011 9:18 am

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