Wake up time?

Hazel_Basil10

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Hazel my female two year old beardie
So Hazel had been asleep for almost three months.... In fact, I think I sent a forum about it in September. People say wake them up when they sleep for more than three months is that true? Or should I leave her be? I think she's hit the three months.
 

hdochow

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Sir Henry of Scales
i'm not sure because Sir Henry doesn't fall completely asleep. he is just lazy for months and doesn't eat for a couple months. what kind of weight change have you recorded during that 3 month time period?
 

Hazel_Basil10

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Hazel my female two year old beardie
i'm not sure because Sir Henry doesn't fall completely asleep. he is just lazy for months and doesn't eat for a couple months. what kind of weight change have you recorded during that 3 month time period?
I've only weighed her once and that was when she came out for a day(I know, horrible beardie parent) and her weight didn't change at that time. I'll weigh her right now.
 

Hazel_Basil10

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Hazel my female two year old beardie
I just weighed her. She's at 245 G last time I weighed her she was at 243
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Zen , Ruby ,Snicker Doodles, Sweet Pea, Sinatra
i'm not sure because Sir Henry doesn't fall completely asleep. he is just lazy for months and doesn't eat for a couple months. what kind of weight change have you recorded during that 3 month time period?
Same with Zen.
 

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You could start transitioning your lights to spring/summer hours and see if she wakes on her own.
 

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Yeah, I was just referring to longer light cycles. More day light hours in the summer, so lights on longer, less in the winter so lights on less hours per day. The light cycle plays a big role (along with temp) in triggering them to brumate or come out of brumation.
 

Hazel_Basil10

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Hazel my female two year old beardie
Yeah, I was just referring to longer light cycles. More day light hours in the summer, so lights on longer, less in the winter so lights on less hours per day. The light cycle plays a big role (along with temp) in triggering them to brumate or come out of brumation.
Okay I will change the time since it runs on a timer so I don't have to go and turn it off every night and turn it on everyday.
 

Chris.

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Luis
Did you reduce the light hours to beginn with? How long are they on?
I wonder about the same thing, Luis is up and out now after ramping heat and light up but still isn't moving much and I'm unsure if I should let him be or try to trigger him some more....
 

Hazel_Basil10

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Hazel my female two year old beardie
Did you reduce the light hours to beginn with? How long are they on?
I wonder about the same thing, Luis is up and out now after ramping heat and light up but still isn't moving much and I'm unsure if I should let him be or try to trigger him some more....
I put them on for 12 hours of light and 12 hours of night. I haven't changed or looked at it but it turns on at 6 am and turns off at 6 pm. I used to have them on for 14 hours of light and 10 hours of dark when she was a baby.
 

Hazel_Basil10

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Hazel my female two year old beardie
UPDATE:
I adjusted the light and it appeared to work. She came out, however, I give her veggies and she will not touch them. I gave her some Silk worms and she ate those fine. It's kinda strange because she loves her veggies more than her insects. Maybe just stubborn? Idk.
EDIT: also she's moving around a lot. When I took her out and when I put her in she began to glass surf.
 

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