relocation stress

  1. fluffyseanut

    Third day since I've taken new beardie home, and (probably?) hasn't eaten. Any way to encourage bug consumption?

    My five and a half month old beardie has been with me for about 2 and a half days now. I know that part of relocation stress is a lack of appetite, but I was wondering if there's any way to help get him to eat? I think he's been drinking water, since there's consistently been sand in his water...
  2. B

    New Beardie owner - stressed beardie??

    Hellooo, I recently got a bearded dragon from a co worker of mine who said she didn't have enough time to care for him anymore, he's quite a big beardie and I believe that his enclosure is a bit too small for his size. I have fed him fresh greens with a mix of the dried beardie food mix and he...
  3. affinenine

    Relocation stress

    Hi all! I'm currently displaced due to hurricane Ian and will be staying in a new location for a while (much to Butternut's chagrin). I grabbed everything I could from her tank and skedaddled before the flood waters rose. However, Butternut is now dealing with a case of relocation stress 😟...
  4. nuclearkielbasa

    Constant Wallsurfing - a week of skittering

    So, We recently adopted a beardie from a family (the kids got tired of him, and he'd bitten one so they were all scared of him) He's a bit older than 3 they think. He's lived in a smaller 36" enclosure, all glass(exoterra) with a doubledome-heat & UV combo. We now have him in a 45" laminate...
  5. danielc12

    Relocation Stress in new tank

    I just upgraded my bearded dragon to a new enclosure, and she has been having some really bad relocation stress. She’s been digging in her hide, not basking much, basically pooped on herself, and hasn’t eaten much. I currently have the front of the tank covered with a cloth to hopefully help...
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