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There could be a number of reasons why your bearded dragon is not eating. One possibility is that he or she may be ill and experiencing nausea or other digestive issues. Alternatively, the dragon may be refusing to eat because of stress or anxiety caused by a change in environment or routine. It is also possible that the lizard is simply not hungry. Bearded dragons typically eat insects, and if they are not given the opportunity to hunt for their food, they may be less inclined to eat.

    If your bearded dragon refuses to feed, one of the first things you should do is check the temperature of the habitat. Dragons that are exposed to cold temperatures on a regular basis may have difficulty digesting their food. They may also acquire a weaker immune system as a result of their treatment. Bearded dragons need a temperature range of 95 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit for basking.

    When should I be concerned about my bearded dragon's lack of appetite?

    If your bearded dragon hasn't eaten in a few days or has any other symptoms, you should seek professional help from a veterinarian (lack of droppings, lethargy, loose droppings, or weight loss).

    What is the most amount of time a bearded dragon can go without eating?

    In the wild, an average bearded dragon may go for 1-3 months without eating. Because they lack sufficient fat stores, young bearded dragons would not live that long. They can't go more than a week without their bodies demanding meals.

    Will a bearded dragon become hungry?

    As you may or may not have anticipated, the answer to this question is largely determined by your dragon's age and health. Mature dragons with a lot of fat storage and a lot of weight to shed may spend up to two months without eating, although this is not recommended.

    Why isn't my bearded dragon eating as much as it used to?

    Bearded dragons need a comfortable environment in order to survive. While we're not claiming they're high-maintenance lizards, a change in their environment might make them anxious and lead them to lose their appetite. Changes in their nutrition, lighting, temperature, and humidity are the most typical reasons.

    What is the best way to force feed a bearded dragon?

    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.

    My bearded dragon isn't eating or pooping, so what's up?

    Internal parasites and other health problems might cause your bearded dragon to shun meals. Bullying by cage mates may also be stressful. If you feel that your bearded dragon isn't eating enough and, as a result, isn't pooping enough, investigate all of the possible causes and changes, and see a veterinarian if required.

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

    Anal fissure in a Bearded Dragon's Physical Signs Having difficulty walking (stiff or awkward gait) Rear legs that are shaky or immovable. Loss of weight, Awkward appearance, Tender stomach, Between the parts of the spine, there are lumps. At the site of impaction, there is a bulge.

    What are the signs that my bearded dragon is in brumation?

    Your Beardie may exhibit indications of brumation at any time, but when the temperature in their tank is reduced, they often display the following signs: Consuming less calories. I'm getting more sleep. More time spent in a hide. I'm staying away from the sunbathing area. Avoiding direct sunlight. Moving more slowly than usual.

    When do bearded dragons begin to Brumate?

    Most Bearded dragons do not begin brumating until they are at least 10 months to one year old, however they may be difficult to anticipate in terms of brumation, and may brumate one year but not the next, or may brumate every year.

    Do bearded dragons eat on a daily basis?

    Adult beardies may only need to eat every two days, but young beardies need eat once a day. If your beardies don't complete their food, feed them less the following time. Calcium: Sprinkle your bearded dragon's live feed with a calcium supplement twice a week.

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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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