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ew hes a lightweight ! I drink my JD on the rocks ...
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If he was a real Aussie it'd be Bundy and coke or a VB!!

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If he was a real Aussie it'd be Bundy and coke or a VB!!

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Now this is getting silly.....Rick didnt you say that they dont drink !......
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Everyone knows social drinking doesn't count

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.....I love the fact that you always have to have the last word...
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Not having a water bowl in with your bearded dragon is just absurd. Just because an animal struggles to find water in its natural habitat and has adapted to gaining water through foods does not mean that it prefers not to have water (not that it is aware it ever has a choice). Do people only feed their dogs 2-3 a week? No and they don't feed them elk either. Water is good for skin and aids shedding, give the dragon a choice.
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Old 29-09-2008, 08:00 AM
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No I don't

By the way do you want to answer Tur7le - I can't be bothered.

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Not having a water bowl in with your bearded dragon is just absurd. Just because an animal struggles to find water in its natural habitat and has adapted to gaining water through foods does not mean that it prefers not to have water (not that it is aware it ever has a choice). Do people only feed their dogs 2-3 a week? No and they don't feed them elk either. Water is good for skin and aids shedding, give the dragon a choice.
and if you had a camel would you stick a bowl of water in front of it daily?

and if you knew anything or read the post you'd realise they get their water intake from their food.
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I did read it and yes alot of species have adapted to but there's still no proof that they prefere not to have water. Ive often seen them bathing around the time they are shedding. If I did own a camel of course i'd make sure it always had access to water, not doing would be silly "not today camel you can survive for 2 weeks yet you dont look thin enough for a drink" And the RSPCA would have something to say about that. I just don't think you should be advising people to deprive an animal of water.
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what about increasing the humidity in their environment that could make them ill?
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