What color is my boy

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What color is my boy

Postby HelloKaitie » Tue Jun 18, 2019 1:06 pm

So I recently got my boy from a lady who used to breed him. I wasnt interested in the breeding aspect of his life, since I have no intentions of doing so. But now I am curious to what color/type? He is. I'm new to the whole caterogizing of beardies and not sure how to identify them yet. I get comments all the time how "unique" he looks but I'm not sure if he really is or if beardies just aren't as popular in my hometown and they just havent seen one another color than brown. So with that said I was wondering what ya'll think my boy would fall under? I'm NOT interested in breeding him I simply would like to be a little more educated. Thanks guys
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Re: What color is my boy

Postby AHBD » Wed Jun 19, 2019 7:10 pm

Hi there, he's a normal/standard dragon with a tint of orange. Looks to be a good size + weight. Is he always sleepy ? How is he adjusting ?
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Re: What color is my boy

Postby HelloKaitie » Fri Jun 21, 2019 4:13 am

Thanks, hes adjusting pretty well actually he is quite laid back. Hes about 3 years old and he only really gets lively when I'm moving around. He is very attached to me always has to stay close or on me. I was concerned about how much he was sleeping in the beginning but I've done a lot of research and I have him on a good diet and the best lighting. He has made a great improvement.
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Re: What color is my boy

Postby Ellentomologist » Fri Jun 21, 2019 7:47 am

Hiya,

Looks like an absolutely gorgeous normal to me, too. A close up of his feet - particularly his claws - would help us tell for sure. Regardless, pretty baby!

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