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BEARDED DRAGON VOMIT

No matter the species, throwing up or vomiting is almost always indicative of an underlying health problem or concern, either major or minor. And a bearded dragon throwing up is surely no exception. Bearded dragon vomit. If your bearded dragon is vomiting or throwing up, you will want to act fast to determine the reason(s) why as this is surely …

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SMALL BEARDED DRAGON

Commonly, pogona Minor is the dwarf bearded dragon. And widely ranges from the Western Australian coast to the deep within the continents wild interior. Growing to 15.2 – 19.5 cm, they have adapted to different habitats. And despite the dragons infrequent appearance in the wild it is not rare, it’s quite common. But it’s just simply skilled at hiding. Often …

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HOW DO YOU DETERMINE THE GENDER OF YOUR BEARDED DRAGON?

If you are interested in breeding bearded dragons, one of the first things you must do is determine its gender. It will be very difficult to breed bearded dragons except you have at least one per sex. Thus, determining the sex of a bearded dragon can be very difficult to do with baby, or juvenile bearded dragons. However, it is much …

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BEST BEARDED DRAGON

Pet ownership is a very wonderful thing. It teaches a lot of responsibilities and commitment. It also provides us with years of solid companionship. Plus, it feels very great to keep an animal happy and healthy. Bearded dragons are among the best pet lizard species. However, not all bearded dragons are the same. Bearded dragons that make good pets have …

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Are Bearded Dragons Social?

Generally, the average bearded dragon is at least semi-social. They use a number of physical behaviors to communicate, including head bobbing, arm waving and beard flaring. Particularly, baby bearded dragons often participate in stacking. Wherein one bearded dragon will get on top of the other and another will get on top of that one. Are bearded dragons social? Bearded dragons are social up …

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Are bearded dragons amphibians?

Bearded dragons are cute creatures with elaborate body designs. They have tamed and warm dispositions towards humans. They are nice and relaxed reptiles. It is easy to train them because they require less food and maintenance. The bearded dragons also have their scientific genus name Pogona. They also have a colloquial name which is the “beardies”. The name “bearded dragons” …

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Are Bearded Dragons Dangerous?

The friendly and docile nature of bearded dragons makes them one of the most popular reptile pets among children and first time pet owners. Bearded dragons usually don’t mind being touched or handled by humans. Some beardies are even happy to sit on your shoulder or lap for hours. But can bearded dragons get aggressive? Are they dangerous? Bearded dragons …

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Bearded Dragons Behavior

Bearded dragons exhibit a variety of behaviors. Hence, recognizing what behavior your bearded dragon is exhibiting. And the way they are exhibiting this kind of behavior is quite important to truly understand your pet. Also, it is helpful to know what behaviors are normal. As well as, which ones are signs of stress or illness. Bearded dragons will not mimic …

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BEARDED DRAGONS LIFESPAN

Bearded dragons are indeed lizards in the family Agamidae from Australia. Seven species of these reptiles exist. Also, a few are frequently seen in homes as pets. Central or inland bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps). As well as eastern bearded dragons are both particularly beloved in the pet world. Bearded dragons, in the wild and captivity, can have wildly different lifespans. …

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BEARDED DRAGONS LIVE FOOD

Bearded dragons are just about one of the tamest reptiles. Thus, their interesting personalities only add to their popularity for reptile-keepers. Therefore, when it comes to feeding, however, bearded dragons can get hyperactive, and this may lead to difficulties without certain precautions. Providing a varied and nutritious diet is very important for the long term health of a bearded dragon. The …