Just keep an eye on the diarrhea, it may be related to something else. You have had him a month which if he had coccidia before you got him, that gives enough time for it to rise to significant amounts due to the relocation stress. There are many that never really bother getting a fecal done but I think its wise a to get one a couple weeks after getting a new dragon after they settle in a bit, and then yearly after that. Are both dragons a month old or is that how long you have had them? Are you guys going to separate them?
Actually, they pooped, and it wasn't diarrhea. It actually was normal poop, but with a few pieces of undigested squash in there. I'm guessing that he must've either a) ate too much squash b) He's completely unable to digest it. (The one with the undigested squash was KD). Fiz, on the other hand, was being handled when he decided to "unload" right on my hand! Before I squealed and ran to the bathroom, It was pretty much normal. It had the log shape, urates were soft, a little water (he gets contant baths), although there weren't any pieces of undigested squash, unlike his tank mate.
Oh and trust me, they WILL get a fecal. In about a month, I should have enough funds to take them both to get a fecal done. I will also have them examined by a herp specialist when I go, and have bloodwork done. I can afford everything with my Beardies, and technically I CAN afford to go to the vet right now, but I don't want to make myself broke and not be able to care for them if I end up spelling a million dollars at the vet. I'm just saving up so I have the funds backed up.
Also, they really weren't stressed out from being relocated. You know how most Beardies won't eat for a few days after being relocated? Well, they ate 5 minutes after being taken out of their cardboard carrier. And not just a bite or two, they really stuffed themselves. They never were shy or anything. They bounded right up to your hand if you placed it in the tank. I think it's because they were pretty well kept at the pet store I got them from. Temperatures were the same, the exact same type of reptile carpet, and of course, they had each other and their other siblings there which may have made them feel a tiny bit better. So If they had coccidia, I'm hoping they would've already shown the signs. (Well, I don't know the signs actually). So for now, The diarrhea has stopped.
I've had them for a month, but they were only a week or two old when I got them. Fiz's body didn't even go all the way across my hand, that's how small he was. Now he's around 7 inches, a little longer, actually. KD is about 8 and a quarter inches. And of course I'm seperating them. KD is getting his new/seperate tank on Christmas actually. That's only a month away, and they'll only be a little over two months at that point. They're very good together, it seems, but I'm not one of those Beardie owners who say they love eachother and would die without eachother. Just because they're good together doesn't mean they like eachother. They probably just deal with eachothers' company. They'll be seperated in a month though, I assure you!