Do bearded dragons Pee liquid?

Do bearded dragons Pee liquid?

Yes, bearded dragons do pee, but they do not pee in the traditional way. Instead of their pee being in liquid form, their urination comes out as a chalky white solid substance known as uric acid. It will also put to rest any fears you might have that your bearded dragon is dehydrated, and therefore, not urinating.

What are the signs of an unhealthy bearded dragon?

Soft or runny stool could be a sign that your bearded dragon has a possible internal parasite or an inadequate diet. Feeding a bearded dragon lettuce can cause a runny stool and cause malnutrition. A yellow tinged urate (the end of the poop that is usually white) can be a sign of dehydration.

What does it mean when a bearded dragon Pees?

Apart from poop, you might also see some clear pee – but it won’t be much pee if at all. Normal bearded dragon poop. If your bearded dragon’s poop is smaller than usual, missing a brown waste part, watery or of a different color – it can indicate internal issues or temporary changes.

What should I do if my bearded dragon has diarrhea?

Feed the bearded dragon a proper diet and avoid feeding lettuce. Lettuce consists mainly of water and contains little nutritional value. It can also cause diarrhea, which leads to dehydration. Internal parasites can come from feeder insects that are raised in unsanitary conditions.

What kind of fluid does a bearded dragon have?

What you could also see coming out of your bearded dragon’s vent is a seminal plug that you could confuse with poop or urates. Seminal plug is hardened seminal fluid in male bearded dragons. These seminal plugs are often white-yellowish in color and string-like.

Do female Beardies puff up?

This tactic is also an indicator of dominance over the female bearded dragon. He is more or less requesting that the female gives in to his advances. This behavior isn’t just for the guys, though. Females may also puff up their necks to show that they are attracted to males.