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New Member of the Family

Postby Laceflower » Sun Mar 05, 2017 8:15 am

Hi guys! I've been a bit inactive, but only because I've been helping a new family member settle in to his routine. I've never had one of these guys and wanted to see what all the fuss was about, so I picked him up from our local reptile expo a couple weeks ago. Everybody, meet Mushu!
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Postby Janella » Wed Mar 08, 2017 6:45 pm

Love love me some beardies! If you need any help with anything, let me know. I specialize in these guys :-)
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Re: New Member of the Family

Postby Laceflower » Wed Mar 08, 2017 10:14 pm

Janella wrote:Love love me some beardies! If you need any help with anything, let me know. I specialize in these guys :-)

Awesome! Thank you so much!
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1.0 Bearded Dragon - Mushu
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Re: New Member of the Family

Postby Janella » Thu Mar 09, 2017 9:04 am

No problem :D
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Re: New Member of the Family

Postby splashy07 » Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:39 am

Ah, yes, bearded dragons...awesome pets, I produced many a few years back and my favorites all reside with friends now. Best of luck with your new friend!! I kept them for over 20 years so I can also help you out if any questions.
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Re: New Member of the Family

Postby DerpyHerpLover » Wed Apr 05, 2017 7:32 am

For all the dragon lovers out there...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iCzOllSjLU
0.1 Het-Sunset Northern BTS, "Grendel"
0.1 Ball Python, "Millie"
1.0 Kenyan Sand Boa, "Leto"
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Re: New Member of the Family

Postby kingofnobbys » Thu Apr 06, 2017 4:46 am

He's a handsome boy..... Welcome to the wonderful world of beardies.

I've had both bluetongues and central beardies as uberspoilt and much loved pets for about 5 years and both species are fantastic as pets.

My bluetongues George and Mildred (anyone who likes pommie TV comedies/siccoms will know why I named them these names - especially after Mildred bashed up George one day in his hide when they were both little, yes I immediately separated the pair after that) are both snugglers as well as all my beardies .

My beardies and BTs are all be very affectionate and darned cleaver buggers too and all have individual personalities. All love free ranging inside the house ( but I never let 2 beardies out together or the two BTs out together, though I do regularly let a BT and beardie out together, being similar sizes as adults and they seem to get on OK , well they do their own thing , unless I toss a superworm onto the floor or the bluetongue decides it's thirsty (BT will gave big guzzle and beardie will trot over to see what's going on and watch)).

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