Feeding a bearded dragon can be fun, we have to be very careful as to what we feed our bearded dragons in terms of the volume of food and frequency.
Keeping crickets for bearded dragons is an important and simple task, and with a few pointers, we can ensure that they provide the maximum nutritional value.
it’s important to ensure that in captivity we provide the correct bearded dragon temperature requirements which will enable our pets to thrive.
In this guide, we will explore these requirements, along with the best tips for maintaining consistent humidity levels for your bearded dragon.
Once our bearded dragons are moved into captivity we need to make sure that we can replicate and mimic their natural lighting environment.
Let’s take a logical look into some of these common reasons as to why your bearded dragon may not be eating correctly.
When it comes to hotly debated topics in the world of bearded dragons, picking a substrate has to be at the top of that list.
Bearded dragons are omnivorous, meaning they eat live insects as well as vegetation, so what are considered the best options at feeding time?
Bearded Dragons are great pets and enjoy being handled since they are docile, there are a few points to consider when handling a bearded dragon.