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Bearded Dragon Brumation: What You Need To Know

Very similar to the way that mammals hibernate, bearded dragons tend to have a period where they won’t eat, drink or move much. This period is called brumation, and is often accompanied with burying itself underground and lots of sleep. Though, this might scare you a...

Bearded Dragon Mouth Open: What It Means

Yep, this looks just as it sounds. Gaping is when your pet sits with his mouth wide open. If you’re peering into your enclosure and notice your pal with his mouth agape, and you aren’t sure how that translates, there is no need to worry. This is typically a very...

Bearded Dragon Tail Rot Treatment & Causes

Tail rot, which most commonly shows itself as a darkening of the end of a reptiles tail, is caused when proper blood flow is not reaching the full length of the tail. When blood flow is restricted it eventually rots the tail away little by little. Keep in mind that...

Bearded Dragon Shedding: What You Need To Know

What is Ecdysis? Ecdysis, most notably known as shedding, molting or peeling, is a trait of most reptiles, and you can bet your bearded dragon will be shedding its skin many times during its lifetime, especially as a juvenile. Molting and bearded dragon shedding is...

6 Reasons Your Bearded Dragon Is Not Eating

If you’ve noticed that your fierce little bearded dragon is not eating has stopped slopping up the bugs, fruits and veggies, you may want to start doing a bit of observing and research. Your bearded buddy’s lack of appetite could be the result of many different...

Bearded Dragon Head Bobbing: Why They Do It

Head bobbing, or the repeated action of rising and lowering of a bearded dragon’s head, is a very common behavior that can have multiple meanings, but mostly you can assume that it has something to do with developing a social hierarchy. Generally speaking, this is a...

How To Take Care Of A Bearded Dragon

Because they’re considered docile, domesticated and display lots of fun behaviors, bearded dragons are a desirable pet. However, because they’re much different from their furrier counterparts, caring for them is much different. In this post we’ll show you how to...

The 9 Different Bearded Dragon Types

There are 9 different types of bearded dragons. Descriptions and a few details about each of these bearded dragon types are below. Pogona Barbata Found in the eastern, wooded parts of Australia, this lizard, also known as the Coastal Bearded Dragon, Eastern Bearded...

Baby Bearded Dragon Care Sheet

This baby bearded dragon care sheet was put together to help new bearded dragon owners to raise their baby bearded dragons so that they are both healthy and stress free. It covers everything from the type of foods you should be feeding your baby bearded dragon to the...

Bearded Dragon Breeders

If you’re looking to get a pet bearded dragon and are in search of a breeder then look no further because below you’ll find a full and comprehensive list of high quality bearded dragon breeders from all over the world right below. Finding quality breeders...
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