Can bearded dragons eat hornworms? Are hornworms for bearded dragons OK? Yes, they are – with some caveats you can find out more here.
Are locusts for bearded dragons OK? Can bearded dragons eat locusts? In this post we look at the reasons why locusts are great for bearded dragon insects feed and some reasons why they’re not so good. We also look at whether baby bearded dragons can eat locusts or not. What Are Locusts for Bearded Dragons?…
Are crickets for bearded dragons OK? Can bearded dragons eat crickets? Yes, bearded dragons can eat crickets regularly. Baby bearded dragons can also eat appropriately sized crickets.
Are earthworms for bearded dragons OK? Can bearded dragons eat earthworms? The answer to this question is contentious and depends on who you ask. But if you want to know our answer, read on!
A bearded dragon flipping on back can be a medical emergency and needs immediate treatment – read on for more
What do you need to know when feeding a bearded dragon insects? This post, and its related content give you everything you need to know
Can bearded dragons eat black soldier fly larvae? Are black soldier fly larvae for bearded dragons OK? Bearded dragons can eat black soldier fly larvae regularly as part of a balanced diet. Black soldier fly larvae are also known as Calciworms because they are a significant source of calcium – which as we know is essential for healthy bones and staving off metabolic bone disease in bearded dragons.
Can bearded dragons eat silkworms? Are silkworms for bearded dragons OK? Bearded dragons can be fed silkworms regularly – read on for more information
Can bearded dragons eat Dubia roaches? Are Dubia Roaches for bearded dragons OK? Bearded dragons can definitely eat Dubia roaches regularly. They’re one of the best staple diet bearded dragon insects going. Baby’s can have Dubia roaches but do take care with the size.
Can bearded dragons eat Super Worms (Morio Worms)? Are super worms for bearded dragons a suitable diet? Bearded dragons can eat morio worms regularly. They’re not super nutritious but they’re OK. Baby’s should only have super worms occasionally as the hard shell can be difficult to digest.