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FS: bearded dragon,viv,heat lamp,thermostat,heat mat etc **pics now added** £160.00

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:100 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
mikey is 8 months old and is very tame im selling him as he is not handled here as much as he should be and he did a turd on my 5 year old and since then he refuses to hold him...if u have owned a beardie u will know how bad their turds smell

he comes with a beech viv which was bought new 8 months ago and comes with everything you could need to look after him

we live in deganwy north wales £160
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:100 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Any cool pics of the beardie?
#2
ha, funny, my dad had a tortoise and that did the same to me, stunk.
#3
Would love another Beardie but too far for me. Good luck with the sale
#4
will add pics once i sought this camera phone out
#5
haha this really made me laugh so i thought i would give you a free bump!!! turd...thats a word i havent heard in a while!
banned#6
Shouldnt u really be looking for someone who will look after him, not just selling him to some random stranger!
#7
i presume that a "Random stranger" wouldnt just come along and spend £160 for fun
a bearded dragon is an easy pet to look after and i will be advising a buyer on everything they need to know to look after him
i didnt realise i would have top put a step by step guide on here on how to look after him,if interest is shown i can advise in person from there on

in what way do u advise i look for someone who will really look after him,after all im hardly likelt to meet someone i know who would want him otherwise i wouldnt be selling him on here
#8
edjaned
i presume that a "Random stranger" wouldnt just come along and spend £160 for fun
a bearded dragon is an easy pet to look after and i will be advising a buyer on everything they need to know to look after him
i didnt realise i would have top put a step by step guide on here on how to look after him,if interest is shown i can advise in person from there on

in what way do u advise i look for someone who will really look after him,after all im hardly likelt to meet someone i know who would want him otherwise i wouldnt be selling him on here


Preloved is a place that you could try - there are plenty of people who post wanted adverts on there and it's free to sell too. You can choose who you sell to at the end of the day - I'm no expert but I'd imagine he'd go to a good home as it's a) not cheap b) not easy to look after and c) they would need to come and visit your dragon & you can ask all sorts of questions to ascertain whether or not they are genuinely interested.

Hope all goes well with your sale and that he finds a good home. How is the baby grey by the way? :)
#9
thank you aberbargoed

will leave it on here for a week then try elsewhere,
the dragon belonged to my sister and her son but she had to spend 6 weeks in hospital with her son when he broke his leg badly so i bought him of her and said i would see how it went wiith my kids but like i say after the turd incident my 5 year old doesnt want to know :(

alfie is fine he is sooo good!he makes me lol with the noises he makes,we have bought him a stand now so he spends all of the day in the front room with us all,we have decided to get another one now,we have put our name down in a parrot rescue so we can rehome one :)
#10
A colleague at work says you should give this site a try -

http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/reptile-classifieds-exotics-sale-wanted/

I'd imagine you'd have no problem finding him a home via there!

Glad to hear the grey is doing well, they really are rewarding pets :) Are you after another grey? You could always try a different type - always seem to be a lot of Amazons needing new homes. I'd say go for a Caique but then I'm biased - your kids would have great fun with one! I'll post some pictures when I can, he's a right (little) character.
#11
yes i would like some pics :)
i have been advised that i would be best getting another grey rather than another type,so do u think a caique or amazon would be ok kept with a grey?
i like cockatoo but they are far to noisy and require alot of attention
i appreciate any advise im learning everyday with him,i have just bought tidymix food as i was told thats the best
what do u feed your caique on?
#12
edjaned
yes i would like some pics :)
i have been advised that i would be best getting another grey rather than another type,so do u think a caique or amazon would be ok kept with a grey?
i like cockatoo but they are far to noisy and require alot of attention
i appreciate any advise im learning everyday with him,i have just bought tidymix food as i was told thats the best
what do u feed your caique on?


I'll try and get some sorted this weekend then :) I've never had a problem with my Caique/Grey getting on, they were both introduced at a relatively young age and often play together. They do live separately though at opposite ends of the lounge! Several friends of mine have greys and other parrots - one has an Amazion, another a Conure and one has five parrots and not had any problems!

This is a great site for a quick read -

http://www.caique-crazy-capers.co.uk/caique-information.html

The best thing about the caique is not only is he super tame but he always wants to play! I tend to do my food shopping from Northern Parrots and feed him fresh fruit/veg daily along with other bits and bobs - unlike my grey he isn't a fussy eater and will pretty much each anything!
#13
that is why im thinking of getting another bird now whilst alfie is still young

i give alfie fresh fruit and veg and then the seeds

i have bought a few items from northern parrots mainly toys.i am on the look out for a new cage atm,mine is a large cage but the door drops down so i want one with a front opening door instead do u know of anywhere good to buy 2nd hand parrot things?

thanks for the link,is your caique noisy?
#14
Start a thread on misc asking for info - this is going off topic :oops: I'm sure Mardyass, greyparrot etc all can offer useful advice too - believe Mardyass has also had different parrots living with her grey :)
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#16
AberBargoed
A colleague at work says you should give this site a try -

http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/reptile-classifieds-exotics-sale-wanted/

I'd imagine you'd have no problem finding him a home via there!

Glad to hear the grey is doing well, they really are rewarding pets :) Are you after another grey? You could always try a different type - always seem to be a lot of Amazons needing new homes. I'd say go for a Caique but then I'm biased - your kids would have great fun with one! I'll post some pictures when I can, he's a right (little) character.


Nice Beardie

The above link on them forums there's a user that does a ReptileTaxi...
She delivered our Rankin Dragon Georgie with setup also.

Reptile Forums might be a good place to sell this.

I have to many reptiles already lol and not looking to add more.
#17
what size is your vivarium??
#18
i think its 3 and a half foot
#19
bump..
#20
please close
[mod]#21
Thread closed at OP's request, thanks :thumbsup:

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