A new keeper's guide to the Pogona Rankini / Henrylawsoni Dragon

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 Post subject: odd behaviour
PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2012 9:22 pm 
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Pet Dragon Info:
1 rankin called buddy R.I.P he was my best friend
2 new girl rankins called sunny and sandy
loads of fish tropic and fresh water
1 dog called basil
2 guinea pigs
marvin and rufus (very funny and cute)
Hi,

For the past few days I have noticed a bit of odd behaviour both Sunny and Sandy have been displaying. Normally they just lounge about but what is weird they seem to be interacting more. It is not agressive, they have started licking eachother, sitting together and sleeping by eachother, should I be worried about this? Or is it normal behaviour?

Thanks,
Buddy


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 Post subject: Re: odd behaviour
PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:24 am 
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Pet Dragon Info:
Rankins: Mitzi (F).
Beardies: Luca (M), Mocha (M)
Blue Tongue Skinks: Teal (F), Cinnamon (?)
Giant Mexican Horned Lizards: Linus (M), Louis (M)
Uromastyx: Brian (M), Chloe (F), Kora (F), Kami (M), Melody (F), Murray (M), Omar (M)
Are they male and female?

I've seen them exhibit this kind of behaviour prior to breeding.

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 Post subject: Re: odd behaviour
PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 7:09 pm 
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Pet Dragon Info:
1 rankin called buddy R.I.P he was my best friend
2 new girl rankins called sunny and sandy
loads of fish tropic and fresh water
1 dog called basil
2 guinea pigs
marvin and rufus (very funny and cute)
Hi,

I am not 100% sure on their gender but a few days ago I saw them puffing themselves up circling each other, it calmed down after and nobody got hurt as they were not being violent. since then its been pretty normal and they seem to be back to their usual behaviour, whether it was a hierachy issue I'm not sure but I will continue to moniter them.

Thanks,
Buddy


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