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Bearded dragon cage

When you bring your bearded dragon home, the first thing you need to do is set up their enclosure. This can be done in a few different ways, but the most important thing is that the enclosure or the cage is large enough for your bearded dragon to move around in and has a basking area and a hiding place.

The size of the tank you need depends on the size of your bearded dragon. A good rule of thumb is that the tank should be at least 20 gallons for a baby bearded dragon and increase in size as your bearded dragon grows. You can also use a glass aquarium or a plastic storage container as an enclosure.

If using an aquarium, make sure to get one with a screen top to allow for airflow. The tank should be filled with substrate such as sand or reptile carpet, and you will also need to provide a basking area and a hiding place.

Bearded dragons make great pets for those who are looking for a reptile that is friendly and doesn't require a lot of care. The cage should be at least 2 times the length of your bearded dragon. 

    If you're not sure what size tank to get, it's best to go with a larger tank so your bearded dragon has plenty of space to explore. When setting up the tank, you'll need to provide a place for your dragon to hide and also a place where it can get warm. A UVB light is also necessary for providing your bearded dragon with the proper lighting.

    What cage is best for a bearded dragon?

    • REPTI ZOO 85-Gallon Reptile Terrarium
    • Carolina Cages Extra-Long 120-Gallon
    • Exo Terra Large 67-Gallon Tank

    How big should a bearded dragon's cage be?

    The 10 gallon glass aquarium tank is ideal for young bearded dragons. As the bearded dragon develops, you need to expand the tank. For adults, you will need a long glass aquarium tank of 20-50 gallons. Beardies love to climb, so make sure you have enough vertical area with lots of branches.

    What do you need for a bearded dragon Tank?

    • Screen cover with ventilation
    • A dish filled with UVB (ultraviolet) light water
    • Hideout.
    • A lamp that generates heat
    • A plate for food 

    Do bearded dragons stink?

    Bearded dragons stink from the environment or the smell of their cages, so you should have a regular cleaning plan, along with a thorough cleaning, at least once a month. This protects the health of the beardie and prevents odor.

    Do bearded dragons need thermal lights?

    During the day, bearded dragons prefer bright, warm lighting. Use a mixture of incandescent and full-spectrum fluorescent lights. The desert cools dramatically at night, and bearded dragons are generally fine without a nocturnal heat source.

    Is it true that Beardies bites?

    The bearded dragon bites, but for no reason at all. This is usually because they feel hungry, stressed, or threatened. Bites are not harmful to humans, but can be harmful to bearded dragons if they are unintentionally released or blown away as a result of a bite.

    Is it true that bearded dragons like to be hugged?

    Beardy dragons are solitary creatures, but they love to interact with their owners. They like to hug or pat their cheek, chin or beard. Some beardies may step back or darken their beard, but they will reconsider if you put it down and try again later.

    Can I keep a bearded dragon in an aquarium?

    Young bearded dragons can be kept in 25 gallon aquariums for a short period of time, but adults should be kept in 75 gallon tanks.

    Should the bearded dragon tank include a water bowl?

    A suitable water bowl is sufficient to manage your pet's water needs. The jar top is often used as a "bowl" for thirsty bearded dragons. Replenish the lizard's water daily. An important prohibition is contaminated water.

    Are water bowls mandatory for bearded dragons?

    Bearded dragons don't need water bowls, but providing water on an as-needed basis can bring some benefits if kept clean. On the other hand, it's not enough just to put the bearded spring water in a bowl and make it drinkable. Bearded dragons can become dehydrated, despite having a bowl of water at their disposal.

    Bearded dragons defecate regularly.

    Pooping is usually done every day or every other day for children. Adult bearded dragons, defined as being 18 months or older, can defecate daily or weekly. How often an adult bearded dragons defecate is determined by their diet, activity level, and how the body metabolizes food.

    What should a bearded dragon eat every day?

    The answer is Protein. Bearded dragons feed on live mealworms, beeswax and crickets, providing beneficial vitamins and nutrients to lizards. Adult beardies may only need to eat once every two days, while young beardies need to eat once a day. If your beardie doesn't finish their food, feed less next time.

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    About the author

    I am Paige and I love pets. I have a bearded dragon and a husky. My bearded dragon's name is Bart and he is a lot of fun. He likes to eat crickets and play in his cage. My husky's name is Sandy and she is a lot of fun, too. She likes to run and play in the park. I love taking them for walks and playing with them. They are both a big part of my family.
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