by brittani299 » Thu Jan 31, 2013 4:48 pm, by brittani299 » Thu Jan 31, 2013 5:06 pm, by Mediabandit » Thu Jan 31, 2013 7:15 pm, Users browsing this forum: No registered users. Cricket size for beardie Please help! We think Izzy is at the most about 20 Months, at the least 18. It's funny too, don;t stand to close or you may get sprayed. Soon there will be a new video out on my new pet...its a surprise!! Hey guys! It was Castiel's first hornworms ever! Can't remember when the expo was but looks about same size as urs. We think Izzy is at the most about 20 Months, at the least 18. They r really squishy and mostly water. He might not what to eat it if it is all cut up and gross. I did not feed it to him. Let's find out together! He loves them.... And so the addiction begins.......... Lol, © 2000-2020 BeardedDragon.org - All Rights Reserved. Thank you all for the input!!! Im pretty sure hornworms are really soft... i would let him eat it if he wants. Re: Is this hornworm too big for my juvenile beardie?. Will he eat it?? Provide proper UV lighting for your bearded dragon. I think that rule is really for beardies under 16", or for hard bodied insects. He was kind of a rescue, so the age is a little fuzzy. He loves them.... And so the addiction begins.......... Lol, © 2000-2020 BeardedDragon.org - All Rights Reserved. he loved it. Even got worm guts all over his chin when he gobbled him up. Bearded dragon feeding video. Like it has been said, they are soft. I think that rule is really for beardies under 16", or for hard bodied insects. Any advise for slowing their growth? Maybe 9. Juvenile bearded dragons can eat around 20 – 50 insects per day. He is fine to eat that, Havoc loves chomping the the big ones up. Agreed, in this case the worm is too big for him unfortunately. He looks plenty big enough to eat that size horn worm. I wonder if he would still want it if it was cut up..... Hmmmmmm, I have never used those kind of worms before so I am not sure. He is pretty big, 19 inches from tip of nose to tip of tail. This is essential. He is pretty big, 19 inches from tip of nose to tip of tail. LOL Is this hornworm too big for my Izzy? If I cut it up, can he eat all the pieces in one sitting??? It's funny too, don;t stand to close or you may get sprayed. They do squirt when he eats them! They r really squishy and mostly water. Thank you all for the input!!! he loved it. © 2000-2020 BeardedDragon.org - All Rights Reserved. by YaleissaSaez » Sun Aug 23, 2020 8:14 am, Users browsing this forum: No registered users. Discuss topics of food for your beardies here. Follow along with all my beardies. He was kind of a rescue, so the age is a little fuzzy. Even got worm guts all over his chin when he gobbled him up. Can't remember when the expo was but looks about same size as urs. https://www.beardeddragon.org/useruploa ... _large.jpg. Adults can eat a similar amount over a week. Your dragon looks pretty big. Your dragon looks pretty big. If I cut it up, can he eat all the pieces in one sitting??? I think your kids science room would love it lol. I would say he Can eat it, Worm's are so soft bodied that flexible I highly doubt he would choke on it, and I highly doubt there is any risk of Impaction since your beardie look's to be adult or near adult. Is this hornworm too big for my juvenile beardie?? Discuss topics of food for your beardies here. Their younger bodies need extra protein, and they eat a lot more insects than adults. by brittani299 » Thu Jan 31, 2013 4:48 pm, by brittani299 » Thu Jan 31, 2013 5:06 pm, by Mediabandit » Thu Jan 31, 2013 7:15 pm, Users browsing this forum: No registered users. Maybe 9. Made sure he was full before the picture lol. Zilla has been eating them since he was about 7 months old. He's a year old now. Today, he was having trouble pooping so I soaked him a couple times and massaged a bit. He looks plenty big enough to eat that size horn worm. Im pretty sure hornworms are really soft... i would let him eat it if he wants. Zilla has been eating them since he was about 7 months old. Bearded dragon eating a large hornworm/tomato worm, waxworms and crickets. I don’t exactly know how to upload a picture but let me know if you see it. They do squirt when he eats them! I dont know tho that worm is pretty big,lol. The first hornworm I attempt to feed my beardie. Im reptty sure i saw a video on youtube (linked from these forums) of a beardie eating one that size. I hope you enjoyed the video! I fed my bearded dragon 2 big hornworms in a row maybe 3 days ago. Any advise for slowing their growth? He might not what to eat it if it is all cut up and gross. Very Ill Hatchling Does shipping scare them? He didn't even seem interested in it. Discuss topics of food for your beardies here. Check out my thread here! He is fine to eat that, Havoc loves chomping the the big ones up. I dont know tho that worm is pretty big,lol. He's a year old now. I see he's about to pass the poop but is really struggling, so I slowly help pull it out and it is a half-digested hornworm. : Click here if you use a Sunblaster fixture - IMPORTANT. I think your kids science room would love it lol. Technically, bearded dragons can eat hornworms once a day, but too much of this will result in an imbalanced and unhealthy diet. I would say he Can eat it, Worm's are so soft bodied that flexible I highly doubt he would choke on it, and I highly doubt there is any risk of Impaction since your beardie look's to be adult or near adult. I wonder if he would still want it if it was cut up..... Hmmmmmm, I have never used those kind of worms before so I am not sure. Im reptty sure i saw a video on youtube (linked from these forums) of a beardie eating one that size. Like it has been said, they are soft. Angry pancake wiggle 10 week old...eggs in poop Strange sleeping arrangement... Green patch on belly How to feed newbee who looks... Brain-dead? He didn't even seem interested in it.