A bearded dragon flipping on back can be a medical emergency and needs immediate treatment – read on for more
A bearded dragon seizure is a scary and potentially dangerous situation. Find out what causes them, and how to treat them
If you’re wondering how long can a bearded dragon go without food you’ve come to the right place. A bearded dragon can go quite a while without food – but it depends on why they’re going without eating.
Few people realise that bearded dragons can be over-supplemented causing hypervitaminosis. This post goes over this complex subject.
Many places advise syringe feeding a bearded dragon for a raft of inappropriate reasons. Find out why that’s dangerous and when it’s appropriate.
Atadenovirus in bearded dragons used to be considered a fatal disease but the latest research indicates that may not be the full story. Find out more here.
What is a bearded dragon respiratory infection? How do you diagnose and treat a bearded dragon respiratory infection. The answers are all in this article.
What to do if your bearded dragon has diarrhea. It can be a scary time for you, but may of the causes for bearded dragon diarrhea are relatively harmless. But some aren’t – so check here.
Bearded dragon yellow fungus is a scary prospect. Fortunately it’s not all that common and there are probably other reasons your bearded dragon is yellow. But check this post to be sure
What is bearded dragon mouth rot and how can you tell if your bearded dragon has mouth rot? This article will help you.