JUST A REMINDER!!

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Mollie
Hey ya'll,
Ive read a couple peoples post that have said when the tank is to hot they blast the fan, i'm sure most of ya'll know that beardies have a pineal (3rd) eye in between there eye space and a little down, it senses when danger is coming and reacts to light. The fan absolutely scaresss thee ****ttt out of your beardie because it thinks its always in danger, please try to leave the fan off, if your fan is always on and your beardies stressed that might be why!! Just a reminder!!
 

sheliah

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Beardie name(s)
charlee
I agree my Charlee hates the ceiling fan; he thinks something is hovering over him like a large bird. So I moved him away from it so I could still have it on.
 

xp29

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Beardie name(s)
Zen , Ruby & Snicker Doodle
My first beardie hated fans even turned off, she never out grew it. Our rescue hate hv/ac registers, she seems like she starting to get over it though (unless it's bath time, I'm pretty sure she thinks the register in the bathroom is the cause her getting baths cause she still gives that one stink eye lol) 😆😆
 

sheliah

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Beardie name(s)
charlee
My first beardie hated fans even turned off, she never out grew it. Our rescue hate hv/ac registers, she seems like she starting to get over it though (unless it's bath time, I'm pretty sure she thinks the register in the bathroom is the cause her getting baths cause she still gives that one stink eye lol) 😆😆
As long as it's off she was fine, but as soon as it came on, she would have this terrified look on her face. Finally I moved her where she can't see it at all LOL
 

OllieMolliebeardie

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Beardie name(s)
Mollie
As long as it's off she was fine, but as soon as it came on, she would have this terrified look on her face. Finally I moved her where she can't see it at all LOL
i know and i feel bad saying it to people who alreday know but ive seen a couple post where people are like "its to hot in the tank, my beardies stressed and so my fans on full blast" but fans truly freak em out and thats the stress, thank yall thooo lol, just trynna help some stressed beardies and stressed beardie parents out
 

SkittlesK

Juvie Member
Don't aim the fan directly at the dragons like your giving a plant/organism oxygen is what the guys saying.

They don't need to be fanned.

EDIT:
Yes or no to a silent air filter?
Sometimes I run it full blast.
nowhere near a bearded dragon.
 
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Rocky2022

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Beardie name(s)
Rocky
Rocky doesn't mind looking at the ceiling fan from a far. If it's off, he will stare at it until I put in on low and he's not directly under it. It's it on high, forget about it. It's a problem no matter where he is. If I am holding Rocky, he doesn't mind looking closer but he's somewhat brave or crazy like his owner.
 

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