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SunnyDragons

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Hi everyone!
My beardie has follicular stasis, and my vet has recommended that I keep night time temperatures the same as daytime - around 37 degrees Celcius. However, everything I have seen has said not to do this, so if anyone has any opinions that would be very helpful.
I am seeing the vet again in 5 days when Lizzie is brought in for surgery, so I will talk to her again then.
 

beardie

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You should not do this. They need a cycle and a time for their body to cool down and rest.

Night time temps are ideal at around 18-20 deg C.
 

KarrieRee

BD.org Sicko
Hi everyone!
My beardie has follicular stasis, and my vet has recommended that I keep night time temperatures the same as daytime - around 37 degrees Celcius. However, everything I have seen has said not to do this, so if anyone has any opinions that would be very helpful.
I am seeing the vet again in 5 days when Lizzie is brought in for surgery, so I will talk to her again then.
When a dragon is not feeling good it is recommended that temps be a little warmer like around 80 F to help w/ immune system and using a heat projector or a Ceramic Heat Emitter --- 98F or 37 C is too warm
 
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