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.
It’s important that you set up your leopard gecko habitat before you bring your new pet home. This way you are assured that the tank / vivarium is designed to your tastes and that everything is working, enabling your new gecko to settle in quickly, feeling right at home.
Choosing to welcome a bearded dragon into your home is not a decision to be taken lightly. These friendly lizards require strict habitat conditions to be met, along with set feeding requirements, heating and more, all of which will be discussed in detail later on in this article
Hydration is as important for your bearded dragon as it is for you. New and existing bearded dragon owners may be struggling with the small amount of water their beardie is drinking, if they are drinking at all. It’s a concern if you think your dragon may be dehydrated, something you want to avoid to ensure your bearded dragon remains in optimum health.
Thanks to selective breeding, bearded dragons come in a multitude of morphs and colors, which can be very confusing to a new bearded dragon owner. If you are a new beardie enthusiast, you should familiarize yourself with the words people use to accurately describe the traits.