I don't believe it either. Some dragons MIGHT lay a bit sooner in their life at a younger age if they are power fed and grow quickly but I haven't seen real evidence and I've also seen lean young dragons lay eggs around the 12 month mark as well. People hear things like this and it takes off. Keep in mind that some dragons lay in year 1, others at age 2,3,4.....all the way up to 8 [ the oldest I can remember ] and at those ages they may lay just their first clutch ever, they may skip years or they may lay all of those years.
Clapton is acclimating okay I think. He's quick as lightning so I'm not sure how much I should bring him out of his house yet. He's not at all interested in his salad though. I wonder if I should change what I'm giving him. Least he's eating his crickets.
Things to do:
Buy calcium powder
Material to raise surface for basking spot
Scenery decals for back of tank
Hi everyone, I have a question please. I have a thick branch I got from outside. It has been in freezing temperatures so I know that it is insect free. I took it off the ground and sat it up during a night we got down to 15 so the entire thing would freeze. Well tonight I put white vinegar all over it too cleanse it since it won't fit in my oven. Do I need to rinse with water tomorrow or is it fine left alone dried?