Kinked tail in a bearded dragon

If any of the following sounds unfamiliar to you like “dusting” or full spectrum, lighting, or “omnivorous” you might not be feeding your Dragon correctly.

They’ve got the feeding down to a science with dusting the crickets with calcium, enticing them to take dark green vegetables, you know, salads and full spectrum lighting, bone density issues are relatively uncommon in the very omnivorous bearded dragons. Unless they are just feeding a refined diet of nothing but crickets and they’re not dusting them.
Or, their full spectrum lighting is elderly. Fluorescent bulbs for example, but full spectrum LED doesn’t age out that way so that could be cool.






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