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    Beardie Ageing?

    Hi, new to this forum just in need of advice and or what to do regarding my Beardie named Butter.
    Iíve had two beardies now since 2011, one named Peanut and other named Butter.
    Theyíve been in good care for 9 years give or take and last few months Iíve started to notice my male Butter starting to decline eg, not eating enough or being lethargic ect. Itís starting to worry me that he may not last much longer. Just wondering what everyone else has experienced regarding older besrdies. Would kill me to see him go just need some tips to liven him up or get him to a bit better health for a while.
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    Sorry to hear your friend is struggling, my oldest one is about 11 and doesn't have any problems, he acts like a teenager going for his food like there is no tomorrow. But obviously our scaley friends are just like us, some travel well into old age better than others. I'm sorry but I can't offer you any advice on a better life for your old friend. I can only suggest giving him more treats to make him feel better in his retirement. If any of our members have suggestions then now would be a good time to offer advice
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