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Medical question


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Posted by Gunilla on May 12, 2003 at 08:42:27:

In Reply to: Medical question posted by jimnyc on May 12, 2003 at 07:54:15:

Sometimes they ate too much too fast - and throw up. That could be the case here. If your little dragon won't eat tomorrow or so I suggest you call the vet and ask them what to do.

And... you shouldn't really keep two dragons together that are that different in size. The bigger one can hurt the smaller one. Keep them separated until the small one has grown a little more. IF they are two males the reason to separate them is even bigger - then the bigger one can REALLY hurt the small one.

Good luck!

:I gave my beardies some superworms yesterday as a treat, and they ate them as quickly as I put them in their enclosure. I gave them about 10 total, and my beardies are 10" and 14". I noticed last night the smaller guy wasn't too interested in eating his crickets for dinner. Now when I went to feed them this morning, I noticed one of them threw up the superworms (I'm assuming the smaller guy). When I put the crickets in, my larger guy went to town but the littler one just stood there. Could he be sick from the worms? And if so, how should I proceed? Thanks!





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