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Bearded dragon food chart

When it comes to bearded dragon food, there are many options to choose from. You can purchase a premade diet or mix and match different food items yourself. 

Always wash all fruits and vegetables before giving them to your bearded dragon. Avoid giving them anything high in sugar, such as grapes or candy. Also, avoid feeding them any raw meat or live insects.

You can create a chart that includes different types of vegetables, fruits, and proteins so you can be prepared to feed your beardie every day. Some of the best options for vegetables include kale, collard greens,  wax beans, sugar snap peas, mustard greens, turnip greens, green beans, and zucchini.

Good protein sources include cooked chicken, cooked fish, boiled eggs, cooked turkey, cooked beef, and yogurt. Be sure to offer your bearded dragon a variety of different fruits as well; some good choices include apples, raspberries, strawberries, bananas, blueberries, and watermelon.

It's important to remember that bearded dragons should eat fresh vegetables and fruits every day; make sure to have a variety of items on hand so you can mix things up regularly.

    Can bearded dragons Eat Cucumbers?

    Cucumbers can be fed to the Bearded Dragon every other week. It contains 96% water, making it a great source of hydration, especially for dehydrated bearded dragons. Constipation is prevented with fiber. Vitamin C improves the dragon's immune system, vision, reproduction and development.

    What is the recommended number of crickets for a 5-month-old bearded dragon?

    Bearded dragons from infancy can be fed 5 times a day. Infant Bearded Dragon 2-3 times daily Transition (9-18 months). Adult Bearded Dragon Feeding once daily or spraying crickets throughout mealtime

    What are the best vegetables for a bearded dragon?

    Collard greens, beetroot, savory, coriander, kohlrabi, bell pepper, mustard greens, broccoli, chard, watercress, clover, turnip, alfalfa hay or chowder, bok choy, kale, parsley, red or green cabbage, kidney bean, S. Carol.

    What does bearded dragon prefer to do when bored?

    Leather may not look like a toy in the usual sense, but it's a fantastic new environment for your bearded dragon to explore!
    • Hammock.
    • Mirror. 
    • Play Ball. 
    • Cat Toys.
    • Cat wands and teaser toys
    • Floaties. 
    • Tunnels.
    • Crinkle Ball. 

    Why Bearded dragons defecate regularly?

    Pooping is usually done every day or every other day by younger ones. 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.

    When does a bearded dragon stop eating?

    These lizards are cold-blooded and get their energy from tank temperatures. They will not eat until fully warmed. Tanks should be kept warm for 3 hours after feeding to aid digestion. Many beardies are not ready to eat first thing in the morning for this reason.

    Can bearded dragons Eat Cauliflower?

    Cauliflower is safe to feed to bearded dragons at just 6-10 grams per month. This is a small amount, but there are several reasons we advocate for keeping it that way. Bearded dragons have different dietary requirements than humans.

    What foods are poisonous to bearded dragons?

    Onion, Spice, celery, mushroom etc. Lemon is a citrus fruit that makes a dragon's stomach uncomfortable. Another citrus fruit that can upset a dragon's stomach is oranges. Don't let the dragon eat the lettuce iceberg as it is primarily water and has little nutritional value.

    Is it possible to keep crickets in cages with bearded dragons?

    I won't leave crickets in the terrarium. Protecting your pet's physical and emotional health requires constant vigilance against anything that could harm your pet.

    Can bearded dragons Eat Bananas?

    Yes, they can. Beardy dragons can only eat bananas once or twice a month.

    How often do you need to whip crickets for a bearded dragon?

    Between 6 and 1 years of age: Provide Bearded Dragons with calcium powdered crickets every other day and vitamins three times a week.
    Bearded dragons 1 year of age and older: They are given calcium once every 2-3 days and vitamin supplements twice a week.

    Can bearded dragons Eat Scrambled Eggs?

    Scrambled eggs are safe for bearded dragons to eat. They can even eat hard-boiled eggs. Keep the following notice in mind. At best, an adult bearded dragon should consume half an egg at a time. If you give them scrambled eggs, do not add other ingredients at the same time.

    What's the best fruit for a bearded dragon?

    The fruits listed below are suitable for feeding bearded dragons. Apple, banana, blueberries, grapes, strawberry, watermelon.

    What should a bearded dragon eat every day?

    Bearded dragons feed on live beeswax, mealworms, and crickets, providing beneficial vitamins and minerals to lizards. Adult beardies only need to eat once every two days while young beardies need to eat once a day. If your bearded dragon 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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