my male bearded dragon willnt eat his vegs i put fresh stuff in evey day but still nothing
Most bearded dragons don't eat fresh veggies.
They like live food, such as crickets and meal worms, make sure they are all 'powdered' with vitamins before feeding. You can get this at most pet stores.
Make sure they aren't able to get a hold of a 'lightening bug', those will kill Beardies, it's like an acid to them. Good Luck!! Bearded dragons make wonderful pets!
Sweetsusieg, is actually incorrect. Bearded dragons NEED ABSOLUTELY NEED fresh veggies. They do prefer live, moving food, but they will not be a healthy BD if not fed veggies.
What have you been offering? Have you tried something other than what you normally offer? How old is the BD?
Try spring mix lettuces, carrots, squash, strawberries, mango, etc. You want to promote a varied diet in order to ensure proper nutrition.
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