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QnA on Bearded dragon pooping blood

Bearded dragons are among the most popular reptile pets in the world. They are easy to keep and provide many people with years of enjoyment. Unfortunately, bearded dragons can develop health problems. One of the most common problems is impaction. This occurs when a bearded dragon eats something that is too large or too hard to digest, and the food becomes stuck in their intestines. The dragon cannot pass it along and eventually dies from an infection caused by the blockage. 

There are a few ways to prevent impaction. First, be sure to feed your beardie a varied diet that includes plenty of high-quality nutritious food. Be sure not to overfeed them either - they should only eat once or twice per day maximum. Second, make sure their enclosures are large enough so they have enough room to move around and avoid things they might eat accidentally.


    Why is my Bearded Dragon's feces red?

    Poop from your Red Bearded Dragon might be the consequence of anything your dragon ate lately. If raspberries or beets were fed to them, their excrement may become crimson. This is not to be confused with blood. Blood traces in their feces might indicate a significant problem (e.g. internal bleeding or parasites).

    In a bearded dragon, what causes internal bleeding?

    Hemorrhage may be caused by a variety of factors. Trauma is the most prevalent cause of death in reptiles. Prey attacks, dog and cat bites, wounds from caging (glass, wire, screens, etc.) and conflict with cagemates may all result in bleeding injuries.

    What is the best way to tell whether my bearded dragon has parasites?

    The following symptoms are common in reptiles with intestinal parasites: Appetite problems. Loss of weight. Regurgitation or vomiting. Stools that look to be abnormal. Diarrhea.

    When my bearded dragon bleeds, what should I do?

    Blood in the stool of a bearded dragon may indicate impaction or infection by internal parasites like tapeworms. If the problem continues for several days, take the bearded dragon to the veterinarian for monitoring and treatment. The crimson tint in their excrement is often a food coloring from red meals.

    How can you tell if your bearded dragon has been harmed?

    • Impaction in a Bearded Dragon's Physical Signs
    • Having difficulty walking (stiff or awkward gait)
    • Rear legs that are shaky or immovable (possibly dragging them around instead of using them to walk)
    • Loss of weight. 
    • Awkward appearance.
    • Tender stomach.
    • Between the sections of the spine, there are lumps.
    • At the site of impaction, there is a bulge.

    Is it true that bearded dragons bleed?

    When a bearded dragon consumes dangerous substrate, internal bleeding is frequent. Wood particles, boulders, and stray house carpeting may all create major difficulties in bears. It is simple to avoid this.

    When should I be concerned about the excrement of my bearded dragons?

    If your bearded dragon's excrement is completely white, it's most likely a urate rather than a poop. Don't be concerned if the urate is soft. If the scales are hard and chalky, your bearded dragon may be dehydrated, in which case you should give them a 20-minute bath in warm water up to their shoulders.

    What is the source of my bearded dragon's pooping liquid?

    Runny excrement indicates that your bearded dragon has diarrhea, especially if it occurs regularly. Diet (overhydration) and parasites are the two most prevalent causes of diarrhea in dragons (most commonly, coccidia). Overfeeding your bearded dragon too many leafy greens, fruits, or horn worms is the most common cause of dehydration.

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    About the author

    I am Paige and I love pets. I have a bearded dragon and a husky. My bearded dragon's name is Bart and he is a lot of fun. He likes to eat crickets and play in his cage. My husky's name is Sandy and she is a lot of fun, too. She likes to run and play in the park. I love taking them for walks and playing with them. They are both a big part of my family.
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