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I agree with what Patsy has said..
Nice to meet you all and your dragons.
I am the new owner of 2 bearded dragons. My first lizard is a Crested Gecko that i got about 6 months ago so I am still very new to reptiles.
Although I really wanted a baby, I deceided to go to the local reptile rescue first and there I found Hutchi! That was 6 weeks ago. He is a 4-5 years old handsome yellow boy that is super sweet and friendly. I am so glad I recued him I couldn't ask for a better pet.
Please always checkout the rescues before buying a pet from a breeder. Thank you.
Here is Hutchi looking so handsome (obviously! lol)
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Here is Hutchi sleeping on me. Such a little cuddler. LOL
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Doing so well with Hutchi and with a empty tank that was set up for the baby dragon I thought I would get, I couldn't resist and got a second bearded dragon a couple weeks later.
Heidi was a little wee at 14 gram 7" when i got her. She is from Kelowna Bearded Dragons and my experience with them has been great. She is settling well although a little shy I think cause she keep on waving at me, at the dogs and at her own reflextion. That sure is adorable though i love her wave. She lives to come out of her tank, she will often climb on my hand and keep going on my arm to come out. A baby is MUCH more work and money than an adult that's for sure! But I love her just as much she's a sweety.
Here is Heidi
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Here is Heidi enjoying her new fav basking spot. lol
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They do go through some relocation stress. Even after seeming to be fine at first, the reality of not leaving this new place sinks in and they get a little cautious. Keep trying to feed him. Try not to handle him too much and let him get used to his new home. You could try putting the crickets in a glass bowl and see if he will eat them out of there for the time being. What light are you turning on for the evening? They shouldn't have any light at night because it disrupts their sleep cycle. The only thing that you need to turn on at night is a CHE and that is only if the tank drops below 65 degrees.
Thank you, I feel a bit better now. Yesterday he did eat a total of 6 crickets. He’s eaten 2 this morning and then was just ready to bask so I’m saving the others for later. He’s just about as long as my index finger minus the tail so I’m guessing he’s pretty young.
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I would like to know if a Bearded Dragon is safe for a person who is on anti reject drugs. I had a kidney transplant a year ago.