Have you ever seen a lizard and a dog together? If not, let’s find out how these two completely different animals interact with one another!
When the owner of Blaze took her out of the vivarium, it directly when to the male bearded dragon named Rango and was trying to catch him.
The beard of Rango turned black, which typically happens when he sees a female animal.
However, this time it looked like Rango was trying to bite the pup through the glass. And Buddy the pup was extremely confused as well as worried about this sort of behavior.
Buddy is a dog of the owner’s friend who was very fond of Blaze and Rango ever since they arrived here. He has always been gentle with them and been behaving extremely careful. Nevertheless, these pets are always supervised.
The thing is that male beard dragons are extremely territorial so their beards often turn dark to show their authority over the females in their territory. This territorial sign serves as a warning for others to stay away.
Head bobbing, biting, nipping, arm-waving are signs that males show prior to mating. Often 2 or 3 female dragons are places with one male.
This is because when there is one male and female, they often end up fighting a lot. At times the male tends to aggressively bite the female to the point it needs to be separated.
However, when there are multiple females, these fights tend to reduce to a significant extent.
Buddy is a Welsh Collie, which is a smart dog breed and has been a century-old companion of shepherds. Today the species have become a popular choice for a family pet.
They are not merely good looking but also kind, compassionate, and loyal. All these qualities make this breed so loved among people.
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