I bought a baby beardie, but my baby beardie bites. What can I do about my bitey baby beardie?
- Anonymous6 months agoFavorite Answer
Hopefully it’s the dragon not the collie but daily handling should help tame it, not just a minute or two but for awhile. Getting him used to his new home, the noises etc. once he’s used to the daily routine etc then he should be less ‘bitey’, I don’t think he was handled enough when he was smaller and is just wet in th defensive mode, not knowing you won’t harm him. Not all breeders do a good job raising their young. Some give minimal care to keep them healthy.
- Anonymous6 months ago
If you're speaking of a beautiful bearded clam, blast your bumptious bitey baby beardie with bushels of bling. They love bling....
- 6 months ago
bite him back to establish dominance
- daniel gLv 76 months ago
Quit scaring it, spend time with it. It needs to learn you won't chase or grab it, or harm it in any way.
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- AnnonymousLv 56 months ago
Lizard or dog? You describe like a baby like you watch too much of Dr. K exotic vet, and we don't know what you're talking about, my guess would be a dog.
- Jay RLv 76 months ago
Keep your fingers away from its mouth.
- Pearl LLv 76 months ago
just try to be more careful when you hold her
- :D-GirlLv 46 months ago
Bearded dragon or bearded collie. I'm guessing dragon but I must know for sure.
Buy your beardie a birdie buddy!