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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2014 7:37 pm 
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hello all,

I bought my two bearded dragons ( Sid and Puff) with my partner mid april when they were both 8 weeks old. They both settled in well and eat well. Even though puff hasnt grown much but is eating healthy and sid has grown impressively since we had him. I am a bit worried about Puff though at the moment. Since me and my partner split on friday he let me take them with me today and i havent changed anything in the viv everything is the same the temperature is as they should be but puff is acting strange and is just hiding away under the hollow log. He/she had a few crickets but then hid again under the log. Sid on the other hand has settled in fine like nothing has even happened.

Is puff like this cause off the move or can they pick up on things like that, like dogs do??

Any help or advise would be appreciated


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PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2014 12:21 am 
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Almost certainly a bit of bullying going on and the only way to stop this is to separate them. Dragons are solitary creatures in the wild and trying to raise a couple in a small (to them) enclosure just doesn't work that well I'm afraid.
This covers the problem fairly well viewtopic.php?f=20&t=9750

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