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Bearded Dragons

Is My Bearded Dragon In Pain?

Is My Bearded Dragon In Pain?

Your pet dragon is very good at hiding when it’s hurt; this is an instinct left over from being in the wild when being hurt was seen to make it weak and a target for predators. If your dragon is showing signs of being in pain, then you need to address this as soon as possible.
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How Old Is My Bearded Dragon?

How Old Is My Bearded Dragon?

It can be challenging to tell the age of your dragon. Unless you know its birth date, there is no way to know for sure. As they age, it becomes even harder to estimate how old your dragon is.
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Can Bearded Dragons See Well?

Can Bearded Dragons See Well?

A bearded dragon's eyesight is generally excellent! They are great at seeing things from a distance, which is why you may notice that if you drop a feeder for them across the room, they may come running to devour it. 
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What Does Bearded Dragon Poop Look Like?

What Does Bearded Dragon Poop Look Like?

Monitoring your bearded dragon’s poop is an important part of its care. If you have recently purchased a new beardie, it may not poop right away due to the stress of moving but this needs to be monitored.
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Will Bearded Dragon Eat Dead Crickets?

Will Bearded Dragon Eat Dead Crickets?

When a cricket dies it loses the ability to retain moisture in its body, and that moisture starts to evaporate, which takes with it a lot of the nutrients that it once had.
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What is the Bearded Dragon’s Favorite Food?

What is the Bearded Dragon’s Favorite Food?

Beardies love live food such as dubia roaches, superworms, black soldier fly larvae, and other insects. Dubia roaches last long, are extremely easy to breed and don’t smell bad.  Also, they are very clean and don’t carry parasites nearly as...

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