INFORMATION ON BEARDED DRAGON ENCLOSURE & SET-UPS

Bearded Dragon Terrarium and Enclosure I just found the Carolina Custom Cage Terrarium 48”x24”x18”. I was hoping someone would come up with the larger size. Low and below my wish came true.  Amazon carries them or if that’s a bit steep for your first time enclosure look at the Exo Terra Reptile terrarium or the… Read more »

ABOUT BABY DRAGONS

 Baby Dragons that are tame or calm will be the first ones eaten in their natural environment. They are intelligent beings and as babies almost all of them will be skittish since they are bottom on the food chain. Fear is built into their psyche. When I say intelligent they reason. Consequently they need to… Read more »

Bearded Dragons with Nip Toes and Tails

We have had inquiries in reference to nip toes and tails in Bearded Dragons. Balance and co-ordination is not affected by nips. Bearded Dragons can still cling to a shirt or cloth and climb without any problem since it is extremely rare to have all toe nails and toes missing. After awhile the person that… Read more »

What to Know About Your Bearded Dragon’s Diet

From nurturing your Baby Bearded dragon, to maintaining a healthy adult, here are just a few things you need to know about your Dragon’s diet! A Dragon’s diet changes with age Just like humans, a Bearded Dragon’s diet and nutritional needs evolve over time. Baby Bearded Dragon With a baby, your main goal is to… Read more »

The Delima In Sexing Bearded Dragons

In reality it is not easy to sex a baby bearded dragon or juvenile but for a person who has handled them for years it is possible to sometimes sex a male by seeing the hemipenal bulges.  Not always is this possible since the development of the sexual organ can progress with growth.  We can… Read more »

Caring For A New Dragon Arrival

It is advisable to allow a newly purchased Bearded Dragon time to acclimate to its new home. We suggest at least 7 to 10 days as a good length of time to allow the dragon to acclimate   Bearded Dragons do not smell water like many other reptiles so it is important that they know that… Read more »

How To Visually Tell Your Bearded Dragon is Healthy

Below are some tall tale signs that your bearded dragon may not be as healthy as you hoped. Keep an eye out for these symptoms and make sure that your dragon is always getting the best care an owner can give! Symptom:  Eyes that squint. An eye that squints can oftentimes have shedding left around… Read more »

Bearded Dragon Taming

Here is a tip for everyone who has a frightened, angry, or unhappy dragon. This may take a month or less but patience is the key to success. The results will be well worth it! The first week of taming:  As often as possible, Move your hand inside the enclosure slowly, as well as moving… Read more »

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