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Discussion in 'Bearded Dragon Diet' started by arbryan9311, Nov 15, 2019.

  1. arbryan9311

    arbryan9311 Bearded Dragon Egg

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    Our main staple has been dubias with crickets, hornworms, supers, silk worms and BSFL’s thrown in. I went about a month with out feeding anything but dubias and occasionally mealworms and now he’s refusing dubias altogether. He started refusing them shortly after we moved him to a new enclosure(20 long to an4x2x2). Temps and lighting are correct. Cool side 80 and basking is between 100-105. He is 8 months old and he is still gaining weight. I’ve since started up feeding more of a variety but he still won’t touch any dubias. He will go crazy over everything else. Suggestions!?
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    kaylynangel Bearded Dragon Veteran 1,000+ Post Club

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    Sounds like hes tired of them--- you can feed crickets for a while and then try again w/ dubias -- as long as your not feeding meal worms as a staple you should be ok -- you have given him a good variety you can can also try some butter worms as treats too -- they are fattening kinda like candy to them so give them occasionally or wax worms --
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