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12-16-2013 08:41 PM
Crocky Awesome!
12-16-2013 03:07 PM
HarleyTheGSD I bought tile yesterday and put it in his terrarium! I bought three and had them cut to fit the dimentions of the tank. It's fantastic and looks great. I'll post pictures soon.
12-12-2013 11:25 PM
HarleyTheGSD
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I would get as natural as possible. I actually really like the tile board used in showers. It comes in large pieces but I had them cut them for me. Since it was one peice it kept the bugs from getting in the cracks and super easy to clean. But tile is nice too and as mentioned it helps with their nails. I always use flagstone for a basking angled to the floor and propped up by river rocks so they climb that and helped with their nails. The angle of the flagstone under the basking lamp also gave them a gradual temp difference so they could get where they wanted not to mention it made a nice cave as well. But you did not ask that so I should stop my rambling....LOL
I'll try to look for some then.
Lol I can never receive too much information.
12-12-2013 11:23 PM
Crocky I will say the glaze would likely be easier to clean BUT stuff like that always worries me when combined with heat. After my experience with the adhesive I would not risk any type of glaze etc....but I am sure many folks use it fine.
12-12-2013 11:22 PM
Crocky I would get as natural as possible. I actually really like the tile board used in showers. It comes in large pieces but I had them cut them for me. Since it was one peice it kept the bugs from getting in the cracks and super easy to clean. But tile is nice too and as mentioned it helps with their nails. I always use flagstone for a basking angled to the floor and propped up by river rocks so they climb that and helped with their nails. The angle of the flagstone under the basking lamp also gave them a gradual temp difference so they could get where they wanted not to mention it made a nice cave as well. But you did not ask that so I should stop my rambling....LOL
12-12-2013 10:56 PM
HarleyTheGSD Could somebody please tell me what kind of finish should be covering the tiles? Glazed/Unglazed?
12-12-2013 03:25 PM
HarleyTheGSD
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If you have never fed him cilantro, you should give it a try. I only did that once a week maybe and just a few pieces hand fed, but it is like bearded dragon cat nip....LOL. They loved it!
Lol! I will definitely try to buy some.
12-11-2013 11:09 PM
marbury
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If you have never fed him cilantro, you should give it a try. I only did that once a week maybe and just a few pieces hand fed, but it is like bearded dragon cat nip....LOL. They loved it!
I'll have to try that! We always did collard greens as a base, kept them fat and sassy.
12-11-2013 05:30 PM
Crocky No problem! If I remember correctly most squash is good for them. I typically put a bowl full of veggies on the list I posted as a staple and mix it in. My guys also loved mandarin orange pieces (small) and strawberries as well as small pieces of apples as treats from time to time


If you have never fed him cilantro, you should give it a try. I only did that once a week maybe and just a few pieces hand fed, but it is like bearded dragon cat nip....LOL. They loved it!
12-11-2013 02:10 PM
HarleyTheGSD
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Also thought worth mentioning. How old is your bearded? If this is a new change as far as his appetite he may be going into brumation.

Also never leave food more than a day, always put fresh greens in daily. I also used a Deeper bowl for feeding Dubia roaches as they cant climb smooth sides. What they did not eat I took out and put back in the roach bin so they could fatten up. Then redust as needed.
You may already know all this but thought it Was worth mentioning.
I don't know exactly how old he is, but he is over a year, but less than 2 years. Ahh, I see. I was unaware that bearded dragons went into brumation. My aquatic turtle is currently going through brumation.
I never leave food in his bowl overnight, because it gets dried out. Only fresh food for him. When I feed him crickets, I only put four to
five in at a time (I watch), and when he's done I'll add four to five more. I do this until he stops chasing them.
Thank you, your post has been quite helpful.
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