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Hello, new here, meet Dracarys.

Postby b00ndocks » Fri Jan 03, 2020 4:12 pm

Have had Dracarys for about 4 months now. I am not sure if it is a boy or a female, I’m leaning towards male but still unsure, hard for me to tell and I have done the flashlight through the bottom above the tail.

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And here is pics of today!
Could anyone help me identify what type Dracarys may be? Morph and all that good stuff :) the nails are definitely dark.

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Looking chubby here, just had a nice meal and lounging on that belly haha.
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Re: Hello, new here, meet Dracarys.

Postby DorgEndo » Sun Jan 05, 2020 7:53 am

Welcome Dracarys and b00ndocks!

He looks like a a normal wild type inland dragon to me. He had some nice spikes on him. Also seems pretty big for so young, he might grow to be a huge dragon
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Re: Hello, new here, meet Dracarys.

Postby Claudiusx » Sat Jan 11, 2020 10:43 am

Welcome to the site! :)

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Re: Hello, new here, meet Dracarys.

Postby b00ndocks » Thu Jan 23, 2020 2:08 pm

DorgEndo wrote:Welcome Dracarys and b00ndocks!

He looks like a a normal wild type inland dragon to me. He had some nice spikes on him. Also seems pretty big for so young, he might grow to be a huge dragon


Really? I was worried he was a dwarf cause he just got bigger in the last month . I feel like it stayed small for so long, unsure of sex but it would be awesome to get huge :D

Thank you for you input, so a Normal inland dragon hmm. I’ll have to look those up and get some insight. I’d like to find out if it’s a female or male.

Does it appear to be healthy? I try :)

Also do any of you guys and gals fast your dragons? I have not fed him for a whole day before to keep his weight ideal as well as on the following meals it’s a salad so a day in between protein. Not sure if this is harmful or not but I figure it is healthy for people and animals so it surely could be beneficial for Dracarys.
I work second so it is usually asleep when I get home at midnight but sometimes will open it’s eyes for a second when I get on the computer.
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Re: Hello, new here, meet Dracarys.

Postby MikeT » Thu Feb 06, 2020 8:04 pm

not a regular human salad. lettuce is just water - no nutrition.

beardie salad should be collard greens or kale. add some yellow squash. can mix in other greens like cilantro or italian parsley. not sure where it is on here, but there was a very helpful and color coded food guide.

he looks healthy. take him out when you can and let him walk/run around. i take mine out in the yard and let him run in the grass.

also, looks more like a male. look on his inner thighs to see if you can see any pores. if so, probably a male.
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Re: Hello, new here, meet Dracarys.

Postby DragonPete » Fri Feb 07, 2020 9:14 am

Hi Dracarys! Good looking Dragon! 🐉 Welcome. Sorry I was late to the party.
I don't 'fast' my Petey, he has salad every day and protein every 2-3 days, with his salad. Typical salad for Petey is Mustard greens, small diced zuchinni, sweet potato shreds and maybe some thin sliced snap Beans. I feel variety is key to healthy diet. He also gets other greens and veggies with occassional bites of fruit, but he's not too big on fruit. Petey is about 2.5 yrs old, active and healthy.
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Edited to add - As I understand it, not being adult, your beardie should be having plenty of protein EVERY day, it's needed for growth. Someone correct me if I'm wrong please. 🤔
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