Rescue?

Hazel_AndWarrior_10

Juvie Member
Original Poster
Beardie name(s)
Hazel my female baby beardie and Warrior my male baby rescue
Oh and I forgot, he's FINALLY shedding for the first time he's been with me. He's only shed only three or four times him since he hatched.
 

Hazel_AndWarrior_10

Juvie Member
Original Poster
Beardie name(s)
Hazel my female baby beardie and Warrior my male baby rescue
Also, if you notice, his tail is really thin so Im trying to make that thicker.
 

SPandS

Juvie Member
Did you rescue 2 of them? The first pic you showed isn't of a white dragon. Or does he just look white because he's getting ready to shed?
 

Hazel_AndWarrior_10

Juvie Member
Original Poster
Beardie name(s)
Hazel my female baby beardie and Warrior my male baby rescue
No that picture was actually another bearded dragon that was in bad shape but they already gave that one away and they sent the wrong picture and totally forgot to tell you guys and send the right one. Sorry about that. I will have to find the picture in my camera. The one I rescued has the same conditions as that one but he's more white. I asked that he looks different then the one in the picture. Again sorry about that. I got so busy with him that I forgot to tell and send a pic.
 

Hazel_AndWarrior_10

Juvie Member
Original Poster
Beardie name(s)
Hazel my female baby beardie and Warrior my male baby rescue
So the party turned out fine. However, I locked both of the cages and my sister's friend no matter how many times I told her that Warrior is trying to recover and Hazel is shedding, she still held them both. Warrior was not happy because he was taking a nap at the cool side for almost 3 hours and then went to his basking spot again and she picked him up and held him for a while. I kept on saying 'We need to put him back. He doesn't like it. He's trying to recover. Etc.' and for Hazel I kept on saying 'Shes still shedding, she needs her light because she just ate, etc.' but she did not listen. She kept on saying 'just a couple of minutes, she's done shedding, she doesn't need her light after she just ate.' I also told her that they need their light to digest properly. She also held both of them at the same time and was booping their noses together so I'm really mad and I might take Hazel in in case she ended up getting something and if she digested properly due to her being out for an hour after she ate. She also did the same thing when she came over(before I rescued Warrior) when it was Hazels bedtime, she still held her and she held her the whole time when she came over which was about 5 hours and Hazel started to loose her mind. She was squirming trying to escape but She wouldn't let her go back into her cage. My sister and I would definitely not let her come over again if she keeps doing this. Will Hazel be okay? Will my poor Babies be okay? Warrior has been black bearding, hissing, and puffing his beard since she held him and is still doing it except for the Hissing. I'm trying to get them both on track. Hazel has stress marks, black beard, and puffing her beard. My sister really tried not to invite her and acted like we were not having a party but it didn't work.
 

CooperDragon

BD.org Sicko
Staff member
Moderator
It's unfortunate that your sisters friend would not listen. I would use that as a basis for not inviting her to further events. It was a reasonable request. Warrior and Hazel will be OK. They will calm back into normal routines. Disruption like that isn't great, but not immediately harmful so don't worry about it too much.

The friend reminds me of Elmira from Looney Toons.
 

Hazel_AndWarrior_10

Juvie Member
Original Poster
Beardie name(s)
Hazel my female baby beardie and Warrior my male baby rescue
Haha yes. Alright thank you! I'm not gonna hold neither of them today until they're calmed down and until Hazels done Shedding
 

Hazel_AndWarrior_10

Juvie Member
Original Poster
Beardie name(s)
Hazel my female baby beardie and Warrior my male baby rescue
Hello.

It's been a while since the last update. Warrior is doing fine. He is now starting to eat his food better. I have him a cricket and he charged at the cricket but couldn't quite catch it. He I'm finally ate it and he's basking alright with temperature set as 100 and his cool side at 75. He weighs at a whopping 80 grams! He's growing to be a big Boy!!
 
Last edited:

Longfellow777

Sub-Adult Member
Beardie name(s)
Frey'ja
Hello.

It's been a while since the last update. Warrior is doing fine. He is now starting to eat his food better. I have him a cricket and he charged at the cricket but couldn't quite catch it. He I'm finally ate it and he's basking alright with temperature set as 100 and his cool side at 75. He weighs at a whopping 80 grams! He's growing to be a big Boy!!

We are so happy to hear it !!!
 

Hazel_AndWarrior_10

Juvie Member
Original Poster
Beardie name(s)
Hazel my female baby beardie and Warrior my male baby rescue
One quick question... I´m going out of town for three days and I was wondering if I can leave my Sweetheart at home with no food and her light is on a timer so it turns off at a certain time. since because they are juvies so How long can they last without food? Will I may have to have one of my friends come and feed her? i am hoping that they will be okay.
 

Longfellow777

Sub-Adult Member
Beardie name(s)
Frey'ja
Yeah I’d have a friend feed them at at least one of the days but if it’s absolutely not possible they will be fine. They hydrate through foods
 

Hazel_AndWarrior_10

Juvie Member
Original Poster
Beardie name(s)
Hazel my female baby beardie and Warrior my male baby rescue
Alright. And I just put Warrior on medication because he just went in to the vet again because he had runny poop and it was very smelly so I had to take him in and the results came back saying that he has Parasites 😢😭. He is still doing fine other then the fact that he has parasites.😭😭😭 They said that he may have had them but they didn´t see it in the results.
 

Members online

Latest resources

Latest posts

Latest profile posts

is my bearded dragons left side supposed to be hard, it’s right above its left leg in the back, it’s kind of hard? i feed it insects and greens. not sure if it’s normal or not? i can post pictures.
His first vet visit went well! Abelardo Texas looks good physically according to his new Dr.
Unfortunately, on the fecal it showed that he has Coccidia. Not a surprise honestly... he has been having diarrhea since I got him. I got Albon, F10, and a steam cleaner on hand.
I'm kinda freaked out, I heard coccidia is a beast to get rid of. Wish me luck! 😭
Sorry didn’t mean to post the last post was an accident, but I do have a question I have a 7 month old dragon, her name is Smaug and she will not eat her salad I have tried everything that I can, just wondering if anyone can help me because I’m stuck and I know that she should probably be eating them by now! If anyone can give me ideas that would be great!
-mia
Hello there I have Created a websites
Check and rate it Wearglam USA

Forum statistics

Threads
150,966
Messages
1,208,400
Members
73,605
Latest member
Shyanne
Top Bottom