Bearded dragons front legs

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Re: Bearded dragons front legs

Postby AkiraHeide » Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:10 pm

Drache613 wrote:Hello,

The T8 tube should be fine, since it is a Reptisun 10. As suggested, be sure that there is a
fixture around the tube so that it directs the UVB downward & onto your dragon.
How often do you give him calcium supplementation currently?
Since you mentioned that he has always walked a bit off, it is a possibility that it could be a
birth defect, also.

I calcium dust his crickets/worms every other day and also add reptivite to his veggies.

Tracie
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Re: Bearded dragons front legs

Postby AkiraHeide » Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:13 pm

Drache613 wrote:Hello,

The T8 tube should be fine, since it is a Reptisun 10. As suggested, be sure that there is a
fixture around the tube so that it directs the UVB downward & onto your dragon.
How often do you give him calcium supplementation currently?
Since you mentioned that he has always walked a bit off, it is a possibility that it could be a
birth defect, also.

Tracie


I calcium dust his crickets/worms every couple days and also add reptivite to his veggies.
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Re: Bearded dragons front legs

Postby Drache613 » Fri Jan 17, 2020 1:42 am

Hello,

Ok, that sounds fine. Do you think he is getting enough calcium with his dustings?
You could consider trying some liquid calcium for him, in case he isn't receiving quite
enough from the dustings possibly.
How is he doing today?

Tracie
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