black beard after vet

rango101

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So I took my beardie to the vet today for a wellness exam and bloodwork and he was fine. I think maybe he was a little overstimulated though, when I brought him back home he was fine for a while then suddenly while basking he started gaping and blackbearding and freaking out. I put him in his hide and now his beard is starting to look more normal. Could this just be happening because he had a stressful day? It just freaked me out because it happened so suddenly and the stressful event was over.
 

KarrieRee

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So I took my beardie to the vet today for a wellness exam and bloodwork and he was fine. I think maybe he was a little overstimulated though, when I brought him back home he was fine for a while then suddenly while basking he started gaping and blackbearding and freaking out. I put him in his hide and now his beard is starting to look more normal. Could this just be happening because he had a stressful day? It just freaked me out because it happened so suddenly and the stressful event was over.
More than likely- they didn't do an enema did they?
 

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