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A dull dragon???

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Posted by: robnpg at Mon Feb 16 09:29:27 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by robnpg ]  
   

I have owned my frilled dragon since Nov of 2007. When I purchased him, he could have only been 3-6 months of age. Every since I've had him, he's never had much of an appetite. He eats maybe 3 crickets per week max. I have tried using superworms and he wouldn't even touch them.
I've even noticed that activity-wise he doesn't do much either. he rarely climbs his branch. The only way you would even know he is alive is if you picked him up, or you are lucky enough to catch him in mid-movement, which he will then immediately stop....
He is currently 11.5 inches long from snout to the tip of his tail...
Should I be concerned here, or do I just have a lazy dragon??


   

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