Oregon Grandma Who Saved Bearded Dragon Faces Eviction

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Oregon Grandma Who Saved Bearded Dragon Faces Eviction

Bearded dragons are one of the most popular pet lizards.

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Do you remember the Oregon grandmother who last summer saved her grandson’s pet bearded dragon by giving it CPR after she found it in the pool? Well, it turns out the woman might be in the process of getting evicted from her home unless she gets rid of 24 other bearded dragons that she has rescued and is caring for.


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According to the Statesman Journal, Sherrie Dolezal Baldwin, 62, has 15 days to remove the lizards from her property, repair electrical wiring that is deemed dangerous, and remove dead animals and feces from under her home or face eviction.

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Bearded dragons are one of the most popular pet lizards.

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Her notoriety after performing CPR on the beardie in August gained the attention from her landlord, who returned her October rent check and demanded that she stop running a business, including a pet rescue out of her mobile home. 

Baldwin says that she will gladly give the reptiles away to good homes and whose new owners will keep up with the medications that many of the lizards are on to treat parasites. Any one near the Sunset Village Mobile Park in Salem who can take on a bearded dragon? It would help the lizards, and Baldwin out.