Bright colors.?

acidburn01

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Beardie name(s)
Toothless
I have my bedroom wall covered in framed diamond paintings and a few black light posters. If anyone knows anything about diamond paintings, they know they're brightly colored and shiny. I've noticed Toothless will sit either at attention, head up and stretched out, fixated on various posters in my room and if I move with him in my hand, he'll try to keep his eyes on it as long as possible and is typically breathing pretty deeply, not super fast, just deep breaths.

He has, even if they're faint, stress marks most of the day and surely the posters aren't the cause of it.? I don't want him to suffer from chronic low level stress or anything like that. The photo is him fixated on the posters/diamond paintings on the wall.
 

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xp29

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Beardie name(s)
Zen , Ruby & Snicker Doodle
That is not uncommon, my 1st hated ceiling fans, and now Ruby hates a/c registers. I don't know if it will effect their health, but i always tried to keep them outta line of sight anyways.
 

acidburn01

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Beardie name(s)
Toothless
That is not uncommon, my 1st hated ceiling fans, and now Ruby hates a/c registers. I don't know if it will effect their health, but i always tried to keep them outta line of sight anyways.
Yeah, I carried him through the house and something about our front hall fixture had his attention, head did a full 90° tilt and everything. To the point to where when I turned around and left, he almost flipped his whole body around to still try and see the light.

I guess I'll have to take them all down.😅😩
 

xp29

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Beardie name(s)
Zen , Ruby & Snicker Doodle
Lol. Puff never got over the ceiling fans, Ruby is getting a little better about the registers. Maybe he will decide they are ok. Beardies have an extra cone in their eyes so they see more vividly then we do, he could just like the colors.
 

acidburn01

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Beardie name(s)
Toothless
Lol. Puff never got over the ceiling fans, Ruby is getting a little better about the registers. Maybe he will decide they are ok. Beardies have an extra cone in their eyes so they see more vividly then we do, he could just like the colors.
Well, he's acting like... I don't know. He doesn't puff out or flatten himself out but he stares. Hard. Like he's waiting for it to do something. And regularly, he'll go to the other side of the tank, to the cool side and glass surf and pace with his nose pressed against the glass and if I pick him up, he feverishly tries to get down to go back to running back and forth pressed against the glass.
 

xp29

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Beardie name(s)
Zen , Ruby & Snicker Doodle
They are funny little things, i wishbi could read their minds.
 

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