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kayla55

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I am just wondering if this means my bearded dragon is going to shed! When I got her, her tail and legs looked a little dull and now they are almost white in colour! She’s still seems very healthy! Eating lots, active! I attached pictures to show! Also if this is her shedding, when would I have to interfere? Should I mist her now? Should I give her a bath?
 

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Shinryu

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Yeah that looks like shedding to me. I wouldn't mist her since beardies come from arid parts of Australia and don't need misting. You can give her a bath to help with the shedding though normally shedding comes off naturally too. She is so cute!
 

kayla55

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Yeah that looks like shedding to me. I wouldn't mist her since beardies come from arid parts of Australia and don't need misting. You can give her a bath to help with the shedding though normally shedding comes off naturally too. She is so cute!
Okay thank you! 😊
 
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