Category: Bearded Dragon Health
Can Bearded Dragons Have Yogurt, Cheese or Milk?
In this post we learn why bearded dragons can’t have yogurt and show some alternatives instead
Can Bearded Dragons Jump?
In this post we learn that bearded dragons can, and will, jump. We look at what sort of injuries might result if they jump from too high
Does A Bearded Dragon Tail Grow Back
In this post we answer the question about whether a bearded dragon can regrow their tails and whether they can live without tails if not
Will Bearded Dragons Eat Each Other?
Learn why bearded dragons should not be housed together and find out whether if they are, whether they may go as far as eating each other.
Myth Busting – Breathing On Backs
In this post we look at the myth of whether bearded dragons cannot breathe on their back.
Bearded Dragon Salmonella
In this post we learn that bearded dragons do carry salmonella but with some simple precautions your risk is extremely small.
What Are Bearded Dragon Fat Pads
Learn what bearded dragon fat pads are, where to find them and how the fat pads can give you a good indication of your dragon’s health
Bearded Dragon Gaping
Bearded dragon gaping, or opening their mouths, is usually not a bad thing as it most often occurs to help them cool down.
Bearded Dragon Flipping On Back
A bearded dragon flipped on its back can be a medical emergency and needs immediate treatment – read on for more
Bearded Dragon Seizure
A bearded dragon seizure is a scary and potentially dangerous situation. Find out what causes them, and how to treat them
How Long Bearded Dragons Can Go Without Food
Learn how long bearded dragons can go without food and whether baby bearded dragons should go without eating at all.
Hypervitaminosis In Bearded Dragons
Few people realise that bearded dragons can be over-supplemented causing hypervitaminosis. This post goes over this complex subject.
Syringe Feeding A Bearded Dragon
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.
Adenovirus / Atadenovirus In Bearded Dragons
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.
Bearded Dragon Respiratory Infection
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.
Bearded Dragon Diarrhea
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
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
Bearded Dragon Mouth Rot
What is bearded dragon mouth rot and how can you tell if your bearded dragon has mouth rot? This article will help you.
Bearded Dragon Tail Rot
What is tail rot in bearded dragons? What does tail rot look like? Can tail rot be cured? If not, how do we prevent it. This article will tell you all about bearded dragon tail rot
Bearded Dragon Metabolic Bone Disease (MBD)
Metabolic Bone Disease in Bearded Dragons is common, can be fatal and completely avoidable. Learn how to recognise the signs and prevent it before it happens
Is Your Bearded Dragon Paralyzed?
Is your bearded dragon paralyzed? There are a number of things that can lead to a paralyzed bearded dragon and this post looks at those things and how to help your bearded dragon recover if possible.
5 Signs Your Bearded Dragon Is Pregnant & What To Do
In this post we learn how to tell if your bearded dragon is pregnant, even if they’ve not been with a male, and what you need to do to help her
Is Your Bearded Dragon’s Beard Black?
Learn why your bearded dragon is showing a black beard in this post. There’s a few reasons for this and you can learn them all here.
Dead Or Dying Bearded Dragon
Learn how to recognise if your bearded dragon is dying or has died. It’s not always easy to tell, but this post outlines the signs that a bearded dragon is dead or dying
Can Bearded Dragons Get Depressed Or Bored?
Have you ever wondered is my bearded dragon bored? If you have, the answer is potentially yes – as they do need stimulation. This post looks at different ways to help keep your bearded dragon from being bored
Bearded Dragon Brumation
Learn about the signs of bearded dragon brumation and what else could be wrong instead of brumation.
Sick Bearded Dragon
Nobody wants a sick bearded dragon. Like any animal bearded dragons can get ill – in this post we look at common bearded dragon diseases and how to avoid them or help them if they get one