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Poop

Postby RockRoler » Mon Jul 08, 2019 5:40 am

I have a two-month-old beardie that I give a bath daily to. Recently her poop is not in one solid mass in the water. I was wondering if this is a problem or if I am over thinking things. It is like someone broke the casing on a sausage. It's not her doing it with her claws. Besides this, she seems fine, she is eating well and is about to shed.
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Re: Poop

Postby claudiusx » Mon Jul 08, 2019 6:49 am

How long has her poo been like that?

Lots of things can make them irregular, just like us. It's not uncommon for shedding to cause loose stools.

Does she drink in the bath every day?
Does she enjoy her baths?

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Re: Poop

Postby RockRoler » Mon Jul 08, 2019 9:45 am

Today is the second day, some of it is normal and some is messed up. She doesn't drink from the bath much but I have only had her for a week. I read that crickets could cause it. I am trying to get other feeders and hopefully will be able to make Black Soldier Fly Larva her made insect soon. I wouldn't say she likes the bath, she just sits there until she poops then tries to run. I do try to move the water to get her to drink before she contaminates the water.
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Re: Poop

Postby Mushy » Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:40 am

RockRoler wrote:I have a two-month-old beardie that I give a bath daily to. Recently her poop is not in one solid mass in the water. I was wondering if this is a problem or if I am over thinking things. It is like someone broke the casing on a sausage. It's not her doing it with her claws. Besides this, she seems fine, she is eating well and is about to shed.

A bath should not be given daily just twice a week daily baths can cause direahha or intense excess water
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