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That would be teenager yearAt what age do they consider beardies to be "teenagers".? Toothless is 9 months and we were wondering if, and when, he'd be going through that moody teenager behavior.
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Oh okay, so he is considered a teenager. What point is he considered an adult.? I've seen some articles recognize subadults and some that say they're just adults by 12 months.That would be teenager year
yes an adult is around a year old -- he could be considered a sub adult --Oh okay, so he is considered a teenager. What point is he considered an adult.? I've seen some articles recognize subadults and some that say they're just adults by 12 months.
Oh okay, that males sense. Yeah, ate constantly when he was young and grew a ton. He's 581, and about 20 inches long. He's a big boy.My new male will be one year old mid April. He is still smaller than my females (i didn't raise him from a baby, i got him at eight months old). He is small for his age, he will not be an adult at one year old, I'm looking at probably another 6 months (which sux because he is going to be my sire, thats why i bought him). He is extremely healthy but small. (His parents are both big dragons so he should be as well). The person that raised him missed the growth window when they will grow very fast, so now i have to just be patient and wait from him to mature. Thats why i say size not time. If you don't capitalize on the opportunity when they can put size on fast, it takes longer to get them to adult. (Your dragons are big for their age, they will be adult at a younger age than mine).
He's definitely a stocky boii. He's also a darn baby, tooPersonally i like the big jug headed meaty boiz .