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    Re: BP's and Bearded Dragons

    i agree, it looks like(what do i know) the Juvenile Beardies may be a little more calmer than the small babies? thx

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    Re: BP's and Bearded Dragons

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas S View Post
    i agree, it looks like(what do i know) the Juvenile Beardies may be a little more calmer than the small babies? thx
    You'll likely pay more for a slightly older beardie, but it's probably worth it. The very young ones may fail to thrive for whatever reason (including genetic defects, stress & illness), just like with other creatures (including snakes). And very small ones are fast & quite hard to handle too- best to scoop into a safe container to move them. (not "by hand")

    It's normal for the youngest beardies to be very excitable- in the wild, they have the most trouble escaping predators.
    Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.
    Eric Hoffer (1902 - 1983)

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    Re: BP's and Bearded Dragons

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas S View Post
    Does anyone own both a B.P and Bearded Dragon at this time? Do you keep them in the same room? Have they ever been known to "spook" each other? I am Thinking about buying a Dragon?
    I just got my first ball python today. I have him in my room as well as my pet parakeet.


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