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QnA on How to force feed a bearded dragon?

Bearded dragons should only be force-fed if they are underweight and not eating on their own. To feed a bearded dragon, you will need to get a small feeder cup and fill it with food. You can either hold the dragon's mouth open or use a feeding tube inserted into the side of the dragon's mouth. Gently pour the food into the dragon's mouth and ensure that he swallows. Repeat this process until the dragon has eaten all of the food.

Force-feeding a bearded dragon involves inserting the mixture into the beardy's throat using a syringe loaded with fruit, vegetable, worm, and supplement puree. To open its lips, gently but firmly push on the sides of its mouth, 3 millimeters behind its ears.

    I'm not sure how I'm going to get my bearded dragon to eat.

    Fill a tiny syringe halfway with dragon diet puree. Vegetables, fruit, worms for protein, and a liquid vitamin supplement are all included in the puree. To push the bearded dragon's mouth to open, apply pressure to the sides.

    What's the best way to persuade my bearded dragon to eat vegetables?

    • Change things up a little.
    • Toss in a pinch of pollen from bees in their salad.
    • Dress your salad with a Reptile Salad Dressing.
    • Feeders may be used in salads.
    • Make a Slurry for them.
    • Begin while they're little.
    • Feeding by hand.
    • Keep your footing.

    When should I start feeding veggies to my bearded dragon?

    Some children will begin eating more veggies before the age of six months, while others may take longer. Throughout the day, keep fresh veggies, plants, and fruits in the tank. The dragon will gradually begin to consume more veggies as it grows older.

    What should I feed my bearded dragon's baby?

    Baby food prepared from a basic that your dragon will consume, like as butternut squash or pumpkin, is a good choice. Avoid anything that isn't organic or has extra sugar, as well as fruit infant meals, which are already heavy in sugar.

    My bearded dragon is becoming black and refusing to eat.

    When bearded dragons refuse to eat and their skin becomes darker than normal, it's usually because they're stressed. It might be due to an incorrect enclosure temperature, being stressed out in a new environment, or even being ill.

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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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