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Me and Connie already have four Bearded Dragons, but our two males are two small to breed. Last night I found a close to adult sized male on a local classifieds ad, so me and Connie went and got him. We named him Rosco.




 

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That's a fine specimen you have there!
 

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That may be my next reptile.
I had a water dragon for about 12 months and he busted his nose up so bad he couldnt close his mouth and it got infected. I read that water dragons dont understand the concept of glass and will constantly rub there face on it. I covered rear, sides, and lower front with black poster board. He would then climb up high and dive at the only part of the cage he could see out of. :(
I read that water dragons are the perfect rep BUT have that one little problem. Seems like a pretty big one to me.

Once I get moved into my new home and get setup I will look for a bearded dragon.
 

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switzxx20 said:
Very cool, I have a (unique) friend who sleeps with his dragons and snakes. Quite strange how they never try to escape though :?
LOL thats nutts. He sounds like he may be single.....
 

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Does he drive an old hearse and wear a lot of velvet?
 

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What do these things cost anyways?



It definitely looks like something I could maintain without too much hassle, but then again, I could be dead wrong.
 

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Usually ones this size cost close to $200, I found this one for $130 and I guess the guy was desperate to seel because I told him I'd pass so he said $80 lol.

You can get them as babies for around $30-$50 from people online. Or go to a pet store and pay $70 for a baby.

They are great pets and easy to take care of. The nicest things too, never bitten.
 

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Usually ones this size cost close to $200, I found this one for $130 and I guess the guy was desperate to seel because I told him I'd pass so he said $80 lol.

You can get them as babies for around $30-$50 from people online. Or go to a pet store and pay $70 for a baby.

They are great pets and easy to take care of. The nicest things too, never bitten.


Awesome, id rather start off with a baby one anyways.


Do I have to run a big light setup for the tank?? I'll try to do some research myself, but its always easier to ask an owner.
 
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