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Discussion in 'General Bearded Dragon Discussion' started by Midge, Sep 6, 2019.

  1. Midge

    Midge Bearded Dragon Egg

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    Hi all. I have a six month old bearded dragon who is a little boy names short-stop. He has a slightly longer bottom jaw. Is this normal? Do I worry? Do I do something about it??[​IMG][​IMG]

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  2. kaylynangel

    kaylynangel Juvenile Dragon

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    Looks normal to me
  3. Amy Clausen

    Amy Clausen Bearded Dragon Egg

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    What a cutie pie :) . Sometimes an early sign of MBD is the lower jaw coming out from under the upper jaw line. The ONLY reason I know this is because of my sweet MuShu had this when we adopted her. However, MuShu's looked worse than your sweet babies. But, a vet check is never a bad idea.
  4. Latosha Miller

    Latosha Miller Bearded Dragon Egg

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    Honestly, I would just make sure he is getting the right lighting and amount of calcium you could also try getting some reptaid, it is a medicine that has vitamins and such in it, it helped one of my babies fight a severe fungal infection. If the baby is eating fine and doesn't seem to be in any pain or distress, I wouldn't worry too much :)