I can answer every question towards the bearded dragon except for questions that deal with sickness and disease. I can answer questions on heating and UV rays, the questions pertaining to food, habitat, bedding, breeding, egg/hatchling care, nature, and attitude are my best. Last, I cannot help you with at home sickness meds, always find a vet within your area. I can answer questions regarding body language and movement. I will try to help you to the best of my ability.
I have owned bearded dragons for over seven years and have been a breeder for two years. Caring and raising bearded dragons has been a great experience in my life and will continue to play a big role throughout my life.
Currently studying Biology with an Ecology Emphasis at Northern Michigan University.
Raising and breeding bearded dragons was always a great hobby and experience for me in my life. It has become a small part of me in the past number of years. as i grow as a person, I only desire to grasp more knowledge.
I always hope that I can help some people out sometimes. Other than what I have learned over the past few years, I hope to learn any information from others that I have not found myself.
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Hey there, I wouldn't exactly say you could hold him too much. Use your best guess as when you think he needs to be back in the heat. I wouldn't keep him out for hours or anything close to that but if
Hello, less likely to fight? Probably not. If they will be making contact outside of their enclosures wheather male/male or male/female, just keep an eye on them. If you are both nearby and they start
Hey there, first off you cannot house two bearded dragons together it can be very dangerous for the both of them. Bearded dragons become territorial and will attack each other. Mouth gaping is a sign of
Hey there, I would highly suggest going back to the pet store and questioning who they choose to employ. Bearded dragons cannot be housed together because they become territorial. Females being less aggressive
Hello, you should feed your bearded dragon a mix of veggies and live food around twice a day. Feeding mixed veggies and live food will ensure that they get the proper nutrition they need to continue growing