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Posted by Raymond Moreno on December 09, 2002 at 00:50:38:
In Reply to: No sorry he is 10 months old I have had him 5 months. n/p posted by Gecko2525 on December 09, 2002 at 00:39:28:
I understand your mistake.
What did I expect in 5-minutes of writing...William Shakespeare?? Ha ha.
(See above post to understand my "knee-slapper).
In Christ: Raymond
::Here's a couple of things to keep in mind:
::1) Sometimes, in the span of ONE DAY...your animal will change his character. One day he'll be really cool withh you...and the next day he'll be the cresty from hell. I don't know why this happens, but it happens to almost every species of reptile. From cresty's, to beardies, to white throat monitors, etc.... (I guess it's kinda like puberty)??
::2) If you're gonna take him to the vet, don't forget to take a FRESH stool sample. If it's still "steaming" in that cold winter air...you've done good. (Ha ha).
::3) At 4 to 5 months of age, he's still growing. (That's also the age of my cresty, as he's 4 months, 2 weeks old).
::4) I hope that he's OK. To me it sounds as if though he might smell your beardie, or he's just growing-up and his character is changing a bit.
::Keep us posted.
::In Christ: Raymond
:::Thanks for you post!!
:::I do appreciate your help.
:::It is weird though because he never was like this before.
:::I have had him for 4 - 5 months now. He only started acting like this when I got my Bearded Dragon. I can understand it if he was new, but he isn't new and he was NEVER like this. Now he isn't eating. I think I am going to take him to the vet.