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  1. Efclee
    16-06-2014 10:10 PM - permalink
    Efclee
    Thanks Debbie
    He is getting calmer now I think , he ate about 10 crickets today , his beard stay normal most times , the odd head bob , my viv has two shelves up high , temp is a bit high on cool side at top of viv , but 80 at lower end , I put the probe on the basking log and showed 115 ish ,
    He is getting used to his new viv slowly but surely.

    I order a box of 50 med/large locust for £8 , should last ages
  2. Debbie1962
    16-06-2014 03:47 PM - permalink
    Debbie1962
    Some dragons never take to greens but I wouldnt worry too much as long as he is eating something. Adult locusts are very expensive for the amount you get but it shouldn't take too many to fill him up lol. Sounds like he could be shedding and this can make them go off their food too. Give him a bit longer to come around and see how he is next week. Actually I just noticed your temps, can you get that basking spot higher but lower the cool end? Your basking spot needs to be about 105-110 and the cool end no more than 80. Do you have a dimming stat? That way it is just a case of fiddling with the stat to get the temps more like they should be. Other than that everything seems fine.
  3. Debbie1962
    15-06-2014 08:50 PM - permalink
    Debbie1962
    Hi, of course I dont mind. Hes an adult so he wont be eating as much as a baby. I give my adult about a dozen of either crickets, locusts or morios. Now he may not eat as much as that it just depends on how hungry he is. I only feed my adults every other day to prevent them getting overweight. You have just had him a couple of weeks and also just moved him into a new viv and they do suffer stress so may not be eating because of this. I would try feeding him every other day for now to see if his appetite returns. Can I just check your temps?
  4. Efclee
    15-06-2014 07:35 PM - permalink
    Efclee
    Thanks
    It was just the feeding cricket problem I have , when I first tried putting them in his viv they just ran off , he didn't hunt , so I've been putting dragon in a large tub and adding the crickets , he ate about 5 yesterday and only 2 today , I still have to flick them about for him.
    He's not mad on greens but nibbles now and then ,

    I fed him adult locusts and he did hunt for them in end , you only get 6 in a box tho :-(
  5. Fizz
    15-06-2014 07:24 PM - permalink
    Fizz
    I'd love to help if I can, but it has been a while since I had a beardie. Someone like Debbie would be a better bet if I'm honest. Feel free to try me if you like though

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  • About Efclee
    Location
    Blackpool uk
    Interests
    Football
    Occupation
    Car sales
    Reptile & Exotic Pets
    Bearded Dragon
    Sex
    Male

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  • Last Activity: 19-09-2014 10:32 AM
  • Join Date: 10-06-2014
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