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Discussion in 'Bearded Dragon Breeding' started by Brittnee, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. Brittnee

    Brittnee Bearded Dragon Egg

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    its been over a month, we’ve gone to the vet once and have another appointment this Saturday. She hasn’t been eating except randomly she will eat a couple supers. I have been feeding her carnivore care because of her weight loss. I set up a lay bin with a large Rubbermaid bin and a 50lb bag of play sand with a hide I made from a storage constrainer. I have tried both a che and her heat lamp to heat it and I’ve moved it to a different room where nobody would walk by or make noise. She still won’t lay. I’m starting to get really scared for her. She’s still very active and her beard is still orange..
    yesterday she left a vet strange poop in her enclosure. I attached a photo.

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  2. kaylynangel

    kaylynangel Juvenile Dragon

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    I would take this question and post it on the www.beardeddragon.org forum--- more experienced people there that can answer that question
    kaylyn