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Female bearded dragons can reach sexual maturity as early as six months, this means that they are capable of ovulating and producing eggs. If you want to breed your bearded dragons you should wait until the female reaches at least eighteen months. Bearded dragons are able to develop a clutch of eggs without being mated….
Can Bearded Dragons get Covid-19? Can you pass it on if you are infected? Can they pass it to you if they are? In this post we look at these questions and more
We’re often asked what vegetables can bearded dragons eat, so in this article we look at various different vegetables that are safe for and some that are not.
Or, my bearded dragon hasn’t pooped in ages… They may have bearded dragon impaction. How to recognise it, how to avoid it, how to fix it.
Help, my bearded dragon is sick and I can’t afford to pay vet bills. What can I do? Here’s 12 different options that might help.
Is your bearded dragon’s vivarium duller and colder than usual? Perhaps the vivarium thermostat has broken. We show you how to possibly fix it cheaply
What Words Mean What?? Are you thinking about getting a bearded dragon and doing research? Or you may already have bearded dragons and looking for some advice? What ever the reason you have probably come across words and terms that you may not have heard of. We have compiled a list with an explanation to…
Anatomy Of A Bearded Dragon Nail / Claw Bearded Dragons have sharp sturdy claws made from a protein substance called beta keratin. Beta keratin is a durable, relatively inflexible protein that gives rigidity to the claw. Within the claw there is a nerve and a blood supply this area is referred to as the “quick”…
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