Do you plan to bring a baby Chinese water dragon home? Read our care sheet to provide the best habitat for your pet.
Chinese Water Dragon
What is the length of fully grown Chinese water dragons? Learn about their growth chart and factors that impact growth and full size.
How to tell if a Chinese water dragon is sick? Also learn common illness in Chinese water dragons before it’s too late.
Do you have problems maintaining humidity in the Chinese water dragon tank? Here are ways to increase and decrease humidity levels.
Are you looking for some live plants for your Chinese water dragon tank? Here are the best safe plants for them.
Buying a Chinese water dragon is exciting, but before you bring your new reptile pet home, you need to set up the enclosure to ensure everything is ready for the arrival of your new pet. There are a number of important considerations to factor into your Chinese water dragon enclosure setup decision.
Trying to figure out if your Chinese water dragon is male or female? Wanting to introduce a new dragon to the home, but don’t want to add stress with two males in the same enclosure? There are some things you can look for to help you identify what gender your dragon is.
Respiratory infections are very common in reptiles, including the Chinese Water Dragon. The infection can be serious if not monitored and treated. As a Chinese Water Dragon owner, you want to do the best for your reptile pet, which means getting a good understanding of respiratory infections, the signs and how to treat them.
All reptiles have eyelids with many using their lower lid more than their upper lid. The eyes have conjunctiva, which is a tissue that lines the inner lids to the eyeball. As with humans and other animal species, Chinese water dragons can be prone to eye infections.