Bearded dragons are among the easiest reptiles to keep in captivity. There may be some things you're not sure of though, which is why we've produced articles that give generalised advice on caring for your bearded dragon. At the moment this section of the website is still quite small, but it will grow more over time. Also, if you need general bearded dragon advice that isn't covered here (yet) please feel free to join our Facebook group by clicking the blue button at the top of the page.
This section of the website contains articles dedicated to properly caring for your bearded dragon. Bearded dragon care isn't difficult but there are some things that need to be in place in order for your bearded dragon to thrive. Giving your bearded dragon the right care will mean they should grow up healthy and happy. The proper care will work out cheaper in the long run as it'll save you expensive vet trips and treatments. Check this bearded dragon care section for things such as how to bath your bearded dragon, how to care for a shedding bearded dragon and much much more.
In this group of posts we talk about various different things relating to bearded dragon diet, from which foods can bearded dragons eat, which fruits and vegetables are safe for bearded dragons and which live foods (and how much) should beardies be fed. We also look at what happens when they're off their food and what could be causing this.
Here we go over all sorts of things relating to bearded dragon habitat, from their habitat in the wild, to how best to look after bearded dragon in their tank. We look at minimum size requirements for a bearded tank vivarium, which substrates are best for bearded dragons and how temperatures, UVB light and humidity all play a part in the overall health of your bearded dragon. We also cover what to look for when setting up your bearded dragon's habitat, such as buying a second hand vivarium or buying brand new and how to clean the tank.
Bearded Dragons are quite hardy, but they can suffer with a variety of health problems. Most Bearded Dragon health problems come down to genetics or husbandry. You can't do much about the genetics of your bearded dragon once you've got them but you can definitely make sure that your bearded dragon husbandry is top notch. These articles will help you to make sure you can keep your bearded dragon as healthy and happy as possible.
Bearded dragons can eat a variety of insects, worms and grubs. We've categorised them all as insects for simplicity. Baby bearded dragons will eat more insects and grubs than adults because they need to be fed them more regularly
Bearded dragons are omnivores and therefore eat meat and vegetables. Most of the meat is in the form of insects. Most of their vegetables will be in the form of leafy greens - but they can have other things too. In this category we go over the various different vegetables bearded dragons can eat - and some they can't.
This is a broad category of posts that we hope will answer your various general questions about Bearded Dragons.
This could be questions like;
- How long do bearded dragons live?
- Where do Bearded Dragons come from
- How to care for your bearded dragon
- How much bearded dragons cost to keep etc.