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ChiRed773

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Buddy
Hello, I'm in Chicago and looking for a new home for my beardie. Doesnt seem like there is any where to really sell a beardie around me. Put all info about the beardie and habitat on my profile. Thanks Joe
 
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You could try selling on craigslist. I don’t have craiglist in Australia, so forgive me if I’m wrong. Try posting this in for sale, you can get more help there. Hope you can find someone to take care of him/her!
Ok thank you. What do they eat in the wild in Australia? I know that's where they are from. The exotic reptile store gave me a list. His favorites are endive and curly mustard greens and crickets and meal worms.

Pancake151

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Cookie, Waffles
You could try selling on craigslist. I don’t have craiglist in Australia, so forgive me if I’m wrong. Try posting this in for sale, you can get more help there. Hope you can find someone to take care of him/her!
 

ChiRed773

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Buddy
You could try selling on craigslist. I don’t have craiglist in Australia, so forgive me if I’m wrong. Try posting this in for sale, you can get more help there. Hope you can find someone to take care of him/her!
Ok thank you. What do they eat in the wild in Australia? I know that's where they are from. The exotic reptile store gave me a list. His favorites are endive and curly mustard greens and crickets and meal worms.
 
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Pancake151

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Cookie, Waffles
Ok thank you. What do they eat in the wild in Australia? I know that's where they are from. The exotic reptile store gave me a list. His favorites are endive and curly mustard greens and crickets and meal worms.
How old is he? If he is still pretty young, mealworms aren’t the best for a hatchling. We use this website on here a lot. Nutrition Content Ignore the part about kale, kale is actually a good staple. I can help you a bit better if I know his age.
 

ChiRed773

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Buddy
How old is he? If he is still pretty young, mealworms aren’t the best for a hatchling. We use this website on here a lot. Nutrition Content Ignore the part about kale, kale is actually a good staple. I can help you a bit better if I know his age.
I bought him in October 2020 and he was really small. He fit in my palm from head to tail, so maybe 4" or so, and he didn't morph yet so the store didn't know what kind of fancy he was yet. Don't know if that'll help by his age.
 

Pancake151

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Cookie, Waffles
I bought him in October 2020 and he was really small. He fit in my palm from head to tail, so maybe 4" or so, and he didn't morph yet so the store didn't know what kind of fancy he was yet. Don't know if that'll help by his age.
So he is about 2 years old now? Mealworms are ok for him at this age, but really only if he is large enough. Babies generally need more bugs than veggies, so your dude can be fed mainly veggies and less bugs. Still try to feed him daily. To keep him from getting bored of his veggies, you could try and vary what you use. I’ve found with my boys that they both love kale.
 

ChiRed773

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So he is about 2 years old now? Mealworms are ok for him at this age, but really only if he is large enough. Babies generally need more bugs than veggies, so your dude can be fed mainly veggies and less bugs. Still try to feed him daily. To keep him from getting bored of his veggies, you could try and vary what you use. I’ve found with my boys that they both love kale.
Ok I'll try Kale. Thought the list they gave me said kale rarely food them. I'll try thanks.
 

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