I just wanted to clarify for a few minutes, in regards to checking your dragon's basking temperature. I've talked to several people in the past few weeks who have said that when they check basking temperature, they're checking with a temp gun, and they're checking the dragon's back, wherever he/she may be, in their enclosure at that given time.
Understand that if you're checking basking temps on your dragon and he's on the cool side, this doesn't tell us basking temperature. Same with the cage floor - won't tell us what we need to know. When you check basking temperature, make sure you're checking the basking side of the cage, at whatever heights your dragon is basking at. In my cages, they have three different points, based on where they are, on their logs. My highest basking point is 105. They can also bask lower on their log, at 100, or even lower, around 90-93.
Also, watch what you're measuring temps with. The stick-on temperature gauges are known to be very inaccurate. A temp gun (pictured below) is definitely the best way to measure temps, as far as accuracy is concerned. They can be ordered online (Amazon) or found at stores like Walmart, in the Kitchen Gadgets aisle. (They're around $10.)
I just don't want you to be misled. I've talked to several people who aren't actually measuring their basking spot temps and when we do, the dragon's basking spot is anywhere from 120-140+ degrees, since they're measuring temps on the dragon's back, instead.
As always, I wish the best of health for you and your dragons!