Help getting 'laid'

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Help getting 'laid'

Postby bam97 » Tue May 11, 2021 6:07 pm

Can I buy a toy bearded dragon and make it move around so my bearded dragon think she's alive and can mount and succesfully reproduce? LOL

I was sitting there today thing hmmm how can i improve my beardies life? He has food, light, can stare outside the window all he wants... but what else? Then I recalled those youtube videos where male bearded dragons INSTANTLY jump onto other's to mate, like damn these guys are naturally extremely horny.

Now ralph my dragon has only 'seen' one other bearded dragon in his entire life, and that was himself in the mirror. I'm thinking that his natural instincts tell him that this major bucket list item for him is yet to checked off and he's probably thinking WTF where are all the dragon babes? Is there anything to give my 8 year old handsome stud a taste of the life ? I imagine it could be lonely for him without a partner yet alone ever seeing any other animal of his same species ever since birth.

On another note, if anyone wants to actually breed and looking for a dragon in Northern New Jersey then please reach out! This post was mostly satirical and just a random idea I hoped could make someones day but yea I feel like Ralph needs love maybe I could trick him into thinking he got the job done x( lol
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Re: Help getting 'laid'

Postby CooperDragon » Fri May 14, 2021 3:57 am

I don't think that's necessary, but they do tend to get much more energetic this time of year (and when they come out of brumation) and I've found it is helpful to let them run around a lot to burn off energy. If you have a safe area of your house that is away from other animals and doesn't have anywhere he can get to that you can't reach to retrieve him, no small bits on the ground to ingest etc, I'd let him out to roam around. You could set up a portable basking lamp for him too. They'll return to the lamp when they want to warm up and have a bask.
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