Bearded dragon almost ate a syringe today (she didn’t) but I want to make sure she’ll be ok. Because I had to take it back kinda rough.

Toadleagend

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Beardie name(s)
Cole
I was trying to drop some water on her nose. She wanted to eat the syringe instead. Somehow she grabbed it. And somehow I let it go. Then, I grabbed it to take it out of her mouth. She had quite a bit of it in her mouth. When I grabbed it, i moved and lifted her. Her back legs were still on the ground. I got it out. She didn’t seem mad. And the syringe just had slight bite marks. Could this have in anyway hurt her?

I’m not sure where the water went. I think she drank it straight from the syringe though somehow.
 
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Y.W ! Like in this video but not using as much pressure , I do it a lot more slowly. Once a week is fine or every 2 weeks as long as your dragon eats well including a variety of greens like Cole does.

 

Toadleagend

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Beardie name(s)
Cole
Y.W ! Like in this video but not using as much pressure , I do it a lot more slowly. Once a week is fine or every 2 weeks as long as your dragon eats well including a variety of greens like Cole does.

Ok, thank you very much! Would spraying just the greens with water do the same thing as spraying it directly into her mouth?
 

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