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Bearded Dragon Care Sheet

Discussion in 'Bearded Dragons' started by Rich, Sep 2, 2007.

  1. Rich

    Rich Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

  2. Rich

    Rich Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    If you would like to add to the information found within this caresheet, or perhaps discuss the contents of this caresheet, I invite everyone to do so.

    If you wish to donate some images of your Bearded Dragon for use within this caresheet, with credit being given to you of course, please add them to this thread as well.

    This thread is now a "sticky" at the top of the " HCD General Discussion" forum.
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    Discussion within this thread is ONLY relevant to the caresheet found in the first post. Please do not ask questions about caring for your animals in this thread. Start a new thread in the appropriate forum for the species in which you need answers.
     
  3. Race23

    Race23 Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    I found this care sheet very helpfull and well set up. I made my decision to adopt a bearded dragon as a result of the info that I got from this sheet. Attached is a picture of Spike.
     

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  4. AnnaRW

    AnnaRW Elite Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    Something I noticed seems to be missing (or point me to the paragraph) - humidity? My little guy (who I think we'll be naming Rex) is happy and active, but just wondering if I need to adjust enclosure to meet humidity needs?
    -Anna
     

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  5. venus

    venus Founding Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    They need very little to no humidity.
     
  6. AnnaRW

    AnnaRW Elite Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    That was fast! Thanks!
    -A
     
  7. chopper22980

    chopper22980 Elite Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    Is that sand that you are using?If so I would remove it and use either news paper or paper towels or even the reptile carpet.Sand can give them gut impaction.I'm no expert,but I think most will agree.Just trying to give you some helpful advice thats all.Hope you and your new beardie will have some fun together.
     
  8. AnnaRW

    AnnaRW Elite Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    No sand. It's a solid clay structure - no debris, no dust. promise!
    -A
     
  9. vegasandbecca

    vegasandbecca Elite Member

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    Just my favorite pics of Vegas.
     

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  10. Iguana_Wanter

    Iguana_Wanter Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    can bearded dragons live on just fruits and veggis?
     
  11. Rich

    Rich Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    They are omnivores and require animal protein. This is especially true for young dragons.
     
  12. Iguana_Wanter

    Iguana_Wanter Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    what could be the least amount of protein they need?
     
  13. venus

    venus Founding Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    Its usually 50/50. You can feed veggies in the am and protein in the pm. You can feed lesser protein ones they get older but will require some protein still in their diet.
     
  14. Iguana_Wanter

    Iguana_Wanter Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    what's the easiest thing to feed them?
     
  15. venus

    venus Founding Member

  16. Iguana_Wanter

    Iguana_Wanter Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    you think i could feed them the juevenile pellets until there old enough to eat just fruits and veggis?(when would that be? If there is a time.)
     
  17. Iguana_Wanter

    Iguana_Wanter Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    how can u tell if u have success with the dry pellet food or not?
     
  18. kenman1963

    kenman1963 Moderator

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    If they eat it.
     
  19. Iguana_Wanter

    Iguana_Wanter Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    lol, i guess that makes sense, how much does a baby need to eat and how many times a day?
     
  20. Rich

    Rich Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Re: Bearded Dragon Caresheet

    You need to do some research if you want to own a bearded dragon. This is the bearded dragon caresheet thread. It links to the caresheet.

    Here are the individual sections:
    You should purchase a piece of literature on Bearded dragons and see if you actually want to own one.

    Those links should answer 90% of your questions. (Which is why we have them on the site.) Do some reading and decide if you are equipped and ready to own this animal.
     
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2015

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