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Old 22-02-2013, 02:43 PM
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Ive been checking on greens to give bearded dragons, reading the food chart etc and keep coming across things like 'mustard greens' and 'collard greens'. What are these? and when it says 'dandelion leaves' can i assume these mean the wild ones i can pick from my garden?
Are there any bags of salad i can actually just get from the supermarket that are appropriate?
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Old 22-02-2013, 03:20 PM
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Things such as spinach, watercress, kale, leafy salad (Not iceburg though, this can be fed if you have no alternative, but only on rare occasions. beardies love dandelions but id be careful where you pick them from, you don't want outside contaminants such as dog urine, weed killer, fertilizer or even other animal feces.

My beardies love broccoli heads, don't know why but they love it. Carrots seem to help there color, brightens them up it seems. making a mix of veg and dusting with vitamins is a good way of getting there vits down them!

But to your original question, yes but try and buy organic!
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Ive been checking on greens to give bearded dragons, reading the food chart etc and keep coming across things like 'mustard greens' and 'collard greens'. What are these? and when it says 'dandelion leaves' can i assume these mean the wild ones i can pick from my garden?
Are there any bags of salad i can actually just get from the supermarket that are appropriate?

no they contain beef
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no they contain beef
You sure ???????????? looked a bit horsey
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Uh? Wha? Beef in salad bags? Im obviously shopping in the wrong places!

I want to buy all the food i need cos, after all the planning and research, im finally getting my new baby tomorrow!
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Old 22-02-2013, 06:48 PM
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Uh? Wha? Beef in salad bags? Im obviously shopping in the wrong places!

I want to buy all the food i need cos, after all the planning and research, im finally getting my new baby tomorrow!
Someone will be up early on saturday
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I certainly wont need my alarm clock in the morning! haha
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I certainly wont need my alarm clock in the morning! haha
We were the same, don't forget when you get beardie home let him/ her settle for the day.
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Thats going to be the hardest thing of all, to leave him/her alone
I will post some pics tomorrow
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Thats going to be the hardest thing of all, to leave him/her alone
I will post some pics tomorrow
I know the temptation is hard but if you freak out your beardie it will take even longer to settle him/her, what's that saying, for those that wait............
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