You may have noticed some changes in your bearded dragons activity levels. Maybe they have become lethargic and unresponsive. Sometimes this can simply be your bearded dragon entering its brumation stage, which is a natural cycle for bearded dragons. But sometime it can be much more than a natural cycle. Possibly your bearded dragon has become ill. So what are some bearded dragon death signs?
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Unfortunately, bearded dragons do become sick. Sometimes it can also be hard to spot the warning signs if you are not correctly informed or simply just lack the knowledge to know. So through this article we will teach you the signs you’ll need to look out for when your bearded dragon may possibly be sick.
Just like humans, bearded dragons can become unwell at any point in time, without any kind of warning. But unlike humans, bearded dragons can not tell you what is wrong, nor can they simply walk to a corner shop for some paracetamol. They rely on their owners ability to notice their mood and activity change, to determine their illness.