I miss my bearded dragon

SkittlesK

Hatchling Member
Original Poster
Thanks.
When I moveout I'm gonna ask for my housing guide to find a reptile friendly apartment.
(Hopefully 2 bedroom so I have a quarantine room.)

I like buying animals online more anyways it's always more fun.
The boxes surprise you!
You get to open up something special.
So that will be fun.

Finding reputable breeders online.
& I'll have to be more careful

Thanks AHBD
& everyones support on Beardeddragon.org.
 

SkittlesK

Hatchling Member
Original Poster
Do you guys have any info of hiding a bearded dragon in an apartment?
I hear some people throw a cover over it and say it's a table

Not very many apartments are lenient on owning reptiles.
thanks.
 

AHBD

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You're welcome ! I really hope everything works out and you find a great apartment. And yeah, it's exciting to get a cool reptile shipped and then open it up + see it for the first time. :)

EDIT**** I didn't see your question about hiding a pet in the apartment, I don't have any advice on that .
 

SkittlesK

Hatchling Member
Original Poster
Yeah.
It's always exciting to get a little one in the mail.

Thats okay I'm just not too sure of the rules about owning reptiles at this specific apartment.
For some reason a lot of apartments don't allow them
 

Gormagon

Extreme Poster
I'm gonna jump in and say that, I don't think you are retarded, you sound like you are pretty intelligent to me!!!
Word of mouth can destroy a business rather suddenly. Knowing who and where is a start. People like this need to be shut down if they are going to treat their customers like crap (disabled or not). He would not treat me that way because I am not as nice as you are, lol!!!
 

SkittlesK

Hatchling Member
Original Poster
Well yeah.
Some of the psych doctors told me I'm highly retarded and need to take a double dose.
Both 1st gen and 2nd gen. antipsychotics, my leg couldn't stop shaking.
I took that for a month and I got pissy with him and I started seeing another doctor.

You know, it happens to people.

& truth is, he has healthy reptiles, he's a reputable breeder, it's just I think he's going downhill.
They can't run those little shops forever so it's not completely his fault.
Maybe he's a little burnt out from all the customers.

& I am probably pretty messed up with all this medication I have to take.

Anyways thanks for the support guys.

EDIT: I also wanted to say my brothers supportive
& he has a crested gecko and a couple parakeets W/ his GF & we hangout sometimes.
 

SkittlesK

Hatchling Member
Original Poster
So yeah this is all true.
I'm forced to take medicines.

My mom has been forcing me as well as the medical community
For about 12 years now.

I had a hard time taking care of my dragon and I was breathing through a paper bag multiple times/week
just to learn to take care of bearded dragons.

These medical tyrants should go to jail.

Forcibly against my free will I was taken when I was 17.
I'll never forgive them. & I wanted to be a hardworking citizen.....

Not some guinea pig that sits in a house all day...
That's not cool I get very depressed.

So my parents are abusive and the medical community are abusive.
 

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