He ate a piece of pool noodle!

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He ate a piece of pool noodle!

Postby Munchykin » Mon Nov 23, 2020 4:21 pm

Hello, so my bearded dragon Iroh just ate a small piece of pool noodle, I have pool noodles in my room to block him from getting underneath my nightstand, dresser, armoir etc. it hasn’t caused an issue until now as he never once showed interest in it. I was a day late on his dubia feeding and he started the day off by eating a piece of cereal left on the floor which I promptly took away then he went over and ate a small piece of pool noodle. Maybe the size of mg index finger nail. Will he be okay? He isn’t acting weird
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Re: He ate a piece of pool noodle!

Postby Claudiusx » Mon Nov 23, 2020 6:42 pm

Ha... That'll teach ya to try to prevent a mighty dragon from going where he wants to!

He will be just fine. It might upset his tummy a little bit, but it will pass through quite easily.

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Re: He ate a piece of pool noodle!

Postby saraho » Wed Nov 25, 2020 6:53 am

I have a cat who has an affinity for pool noodles and foam nerf darts. He eats them, or chunks of them, then finds a nice soft spot like someone's bed to barf on.

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Re: He ate a piece of pool noodle!

Postby AHBD » Wed Nov 25, 2020 10:44 am

Hi may float in the tub a little more now. :D JK, as long as he's a larger juvenile or adult it should pass through easily. You can feed him as usual and keep him hydrated. Soft veggies can be helpful like baby food or canned pumpkin [ no spices ] but even without that everything should be fine.
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