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How to Raise a Baby Bearded Dragon

08th June 2012
Bearded dragons are becoming very popular pets, and it's not hard to see why. Babies are extremely cute, and the adults so calm and placid that even people who say they'd never have a reptile in the house are often swayed to change their mind once they've... Read >
Author: Trish Haill

The Best Food to Feed a Bearded Dragon

02nd May 2012
Bearded dragons make wonderful pets. They are active during the day, and when adult are large enough to be allowed to roam around the house for limited periods (that is, until they start getting cold) without any fears of them disappearing in small hiding... Read >
Author: Trish Haill

Tips for Controlling the Temperature of a Bearded Dragon Cage/Vivarium

27th April 2012
Probably the single most asked about issue for new bearded dragon keepers is how to get the temperature set up correctly in the vivarium It is quite a tricky thing to get right at the start, and because of this it is always recommended that you set u... Read >
Author: Trish Haill

Bearded Dragons - Why One is Enough

02nd April 2012
In 2006 we purchased two bearded dragons. We had fully researched their care and their requirements for the vivarium and equipment, but had missed any information about whether bearded dragons should be kept on their own or in pairs or groups. Many of the... Read >
Author: Trish Haill

A Guide for Breeding Bearded Dragons - Planned or Unplanned Breeding

30th March 2012
If you have a male and a female bearded dragon living together then it is not a question of whether they will mate, but how to stop them and what to do afterwards. This article gives advice on both planned and unplanned breeding, from egg laying and incub... Read >
Author: Trish Haill

How to Set Up a Bearded Dragon Vivarium

26th March 2012
During a visit to a pet shop recently I was disturbed to see a sign on the front of a vivarium containing young beardies which read 'ideal for beginners'. I think this gives the very wrong impression of this reptile. Whilst they are not difficult to look ... Read >
Author: Trish Haill

Types of Bearded Dragons : A Look at Pogona Species Found Within the Pet Trade

24th October 2011
Eight types of bearded dragons can be found thriving throughout Australia's outback. However, because of strict laws against collecting any natural wildlife in Australia, only a few of these species can be found throughout the pet trade today. Currently, ... Read >
Author: Joselyn

Bearded Dragons Myths and Facts

18th October 2011
Myth: Bearded Dragons are lazy. It is very sad that so many people think the problem lays with the dragon and not with themselves. Bearded Dragons kept in thriving conditions, allowed loads of freedom and sunshine are active. They bask until they reach... Read >
Author: tony booth

Impaction In Reptiles - what is it and how do I treat it?

07th July 2010
Impaction - what is it and how do I treat it? Impaction is a condition that affects reptiles. It is a common problem in geckos and Bearded dragons, although can occur in most reptiles. It is when a foreign object that it cannot digest becomes blocked i... Read >
Author: Gordon Bloomfield

Baby Bearded Dragons For Sale

29th December 2009
Many folks like to keep assorted types of lizards as pets. One that's chosen by many folks is the bearded dragon. There are a variety range| number} of different places where you can get baby bearded dragons for sale online. However , it's critical that y... Read >
Author: Rafael Victor

Baby Bearded Dragons For Sale Online

23rd December 2009
The rising popularity of baby bearded dragons for sale online has inspired more and more individuals to need to know more about these fascinating creatures. There is no doubt that they make a great pet for any household because they are easy to house and ... Read >
Author: Wayne Annette

Owner's Guide to Impaction in Bearded Dragons

18th May 2009
Impaction in bearded dragons occurs when something blocks their digestive tract. Although usually caused by a solid mass, the digestive tract can also be obstructed by a semi-solid indigestible mass. A blockage in the digestive tract is a very serious sit... Read >
Author: D Swain

Owner's Guide to Coccidiosis in Bearded Dragons

15th May 2009
Coccidiosis in bearded dragons is a condition caused by protozoans called Coccidia. These parasites are quite common and can be found in plenty of dragons in small numbers. This small amount of Coccidia causes no problems, but a severe infestation certain... Read >
Author: D Swain

Four Bearded Dragon Diseases Revealed

10th March 2009
Bearded dragons usually remain healthy if you give them proper temperature, housing, and light. But even with the best care, they may experience various bearded dragon diseases. Some of these conditions include metabolic bone disease, egg binding, and sto... Read >
Author: D Swain
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