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    Just wanting to revive this foru with my two little guys on their old setup.




    thanks for looking
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    Cool pic's Jesus....What's thier names?
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    Awesome beardies! I had a beardie about awhile back named Guiedo (pronounced Gweedoh, lol). He was the coolest thing. How long have you had those two?

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    how easy are those to tame?
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    Currently Keeping - 4 ball pythons, a redtail boa, and a cali king. Now look, admit it. You know you want to give me an albino ball python.

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    the first one is call grumpy and the second one sharki
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    almost forgot your question Will they are really good guys they let you do what ever you want as long as you hold their tail,(Iguess they feel secure that way)
    and for Emroul question they have been in the house for almost two years now.
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    Will, beardies are tame from the get-go (at least the ones I had). They gave me absolutely no problems...

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    My wife has two beardies now. While her male, Kilroy, is getting a bit grumpy (I think it's hormones), he's still easy to handle. Her little female, Leila, is very mellow and no problem to handle at all. They get to be a reasonable size, smaller than iguanas but larger than most geckos, so they tend to be fairly sturdy but not so big as to be a problem.

    If you contact a breeder, you can often get captive bred juveniles for as little as about $35. Pet shops tend to charge closer to $60 to $70 for the same size.
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    BD's are awsome, but they seem high maitenence. I only ever read about how easily they become impacted, the viruses they get, ect, ect. Never too much good news comes to my ears about them. A reason I've avoided them, any truth to this?

    I was at a pet shop and they had some baby bd's, they loves gaping their mouths and trying to be fierce.

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    Re: kinda off topic of bp's

    8) :lol: Awesome beardies , for wizill Very easy to maintain more light & eat sorce than a bp but no heat strip. Hearty as juvies but fragile as babies.
    We Have 9 Beardies @ home I want 2 order 2 more from sandfire dragon ranch.
    if U want to see Some Very red or lemon yellow ones goto their site on kingsnake.
    9.4 bearded dragons
    , 4.15 leopard geckos,
    4.7 bp (1 Albino B.P.)
    1.1 boas 7 baby boas,
    1.1 timor moniters
    21 corn snakes (7males 14 Females)
    1.1 giant day geckos
    1.0 marble gecko (wheres waldo)
    0.2 labs
    0.1 quarter horse
    1.0 husband
    a bunch of fresh water fish

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