Help! Beardie ate a random weed

Amandaaviva

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Hello! So I took my 2.5 year old beardie out for some son and all of a sudden he chomped down on this plant growing out of my (dead—I’m in California) lawn. I’m attaching a photo of the weed. I have a feeling it’s probably okay but I just need to make sure. It has little fuzzy hairs on it

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Amandaaviva

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Hello! So I took my 2.5 year old beardie out for some sun and all of a sudden he chomped down on this plant growing out of my (dead—I’m in California) lawn. I’m attaching a photo of the weed. I have a feeling it’s probably okay but I just need to make sure. It has little fuzzy hairs on it
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Claudiusx

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Sorry, after responding to your thread I drove like 30 seconds down the road and saw billions of that same weed lol. It's likely horseweed or hairy fleabane. Look up pictures online and see if they match what you see in your yard. From what I can see, they don't really pose an issue. Typically, if a plant is poisonous, you'll see signs in your dragon within half an hour.

-Brandon
 

Drache613

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Hello,

I agree, your dragon will be fine! They can definitely worry us to death & are so quick to
eat something off of the floor or ground.
Thanks Brandon, for helping our member out!

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