Yellow fungus is one of the most common illnesses in bearded dragons. You need a good understanding of the disease, along with treatment and prevention knowledge to ensure you provide your dragon with the best care in the long run.
Reptiles are great pets for many reasons.
They don’t take a lot of space and attention.
They come with various species that fit the owner’s needs. Some species have a variety of morphs that are different in colors and patterns.
Some reptiles are just-watch pets but some reptiles are easy for handling even with kids.
We cover many aspects of common reptiles such as bearded dragons, leopard geckos, snakes, tortoises, and more.
Dragons of all ages will happily clamber onto a hammock and relax. Bearded dragons are immediately drawn to a hammock as it provides them with a comfortable basking place, an excellent hiding place and it’s fantastic when it’s time to shed, the dragon rubs against the hammock during this time to relieve itching and help with the shedding process.
Diet for bearded dragons can be tricky as you need to feed them a mixture of green veg and insects. Do you know what your dragon can and cannot eat? We have broken down some of the most common foods below, so you can identify if they are safe or not when preparing your dragons meal for the day.
All bearded dragons need calcium in their diets. Those in the wild eat a much wider variety of greens and insects, but in captivity their selection is limited and therefore you need to supplement their diet to ensure their overall health.
The heating source you provide your bearded dragon is imperative to their overall wellbeing. Your enclosure is going to need UV and heating to ensure the optimum habitat for your reptile. This should all be sorted out before you bring your beardie home.
Choosing the best bearded dragon substrate can be a daunting task. With so many options to choose from, it can be confusing on which is the right solution for your beardie. The substrate you choose could have an impact on your overall cage design, your bearded dragon’s health and happiness and how much time you spend cleaning the enclosure.
Before you bring your new bearded dragon home, you want to get everything set up and ready to ensure your beardie is comfortable from the day they arrive. Bearded dragons have specific habitat requirements ensuring that they receive ample basking time and heat to make them feel at home
Your bearded dragon will display a wide number of behaviors over the years, some are completely normal and natural, while others are unusual to say the least. Behaviors are related to mood, health and feelings. Behaviors can be a result of feeling threatened, a response to environment or other dragons in the tank. Behavior can simply be related to your bearded dragons’ current mood.