A Favor For A Friend

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A Favor For A Friend

Postby Howlingshewolf » Sun Dec 08, 2019 8:35 am

HELLO everyone. I am New here and no nothing of Beardies. Well. Maybe a little. I am an older person living in Northern Florida in the USA who is trying to help out a friend who just inherited 13 Bearded Dragons and knows less than I about them. According to what she was told.....12 Adults between 18 and 36 months; 6 males and 6 females. And one juvenile about 8 to 10 months, sex unknown. Some gorgeous colors incl. reds, golds, and "normal". I am trying to help her to adopt them out. We would love to find a home for all or as many as you wish. I am not a computer savy person so no pics yet. If there is interest; I will get someone to help with pics. She says FREE to good home.
THANKS in advance for any advice you may have for us.
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Re: A Favor For A Friend

Postby claudiusx » Sun Dec 08, 2019 8:43 am

Hi there,

We have a for free section of the forum where you can post them up for adoption.

And pictures sure would be appreciated I'm sure by anyone who is willing to take them.

You can upload pictures to this site using the user image uploader at the top of the page. From there you just copy and paste the XIMG code for your picture and paste it in your post.

Wow that is a lot of dragons though. Was the person a breeder?

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Re: A Favor For A Friend

Postby Howlingshewolf » Sun Dec 08, 2019 8:58 am

Yes. She was planning to become a breeder until a new medical diagnosis said differently. I have already moved what could be moved from Ohio to Florida due to her wanting it gone from her place. And I will certainly look for help with pics. Thanks for the advice.
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