Brown on his teeth?

Maxwell

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Crowley
I noticed brown on Crowleys teeth while he was basking i just wanted to make sure it aint mouth rot!!
 

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Xjrosie

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Probably just remnants of his food. Check it tomorrow, if it's still there, you might try using a baby tooth brush to see if it dislodged.
 

Chris.

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Beardie name(s)
Luis
Yes and it it also advisible not to use any colored lights for a bearded dragon. I'd switch to a white one, ether a daylight white (6500k) or a combination of a halogen basking bulb (~5000k) and a uvb tube (~7000k).

Bearded dragon originate from a dessert like environment where the sun is really strong and bright.
 

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