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QnA on DIY bearded dragon setup

Bearded dragon setups can vary greatly in size, decoration and enclosure design. Here are some tips for getting started with a DIY bearded dragon setup: 

  1. Size your enclosure according to the size of your bearded dragon. A small enclosure can fit a small beardie while a large enclosure can accommodate a larger one. 
  2. Choose the right type of cage for your bearded dragon's needs. An open cage will give your lizard plenty of room to move around, while a closed cage is more suitable for those who want their bearded dragon to feel secure and safe. 
  3. Decorate your enclosure however you like! Bearded dragons love to explore so providing them with interesting objects and plants to look at will keep them entertained and happy.

    What are the requirements for a bearded dragon set-up?

    Setup for a Bearded Dragon Tank: Supplies Enclosure. UVB (ultraviolet) light Thermometer, hygrometer, and heating element Log or basking rock Flooring. Water and food will be served in shallow plates. Tweezers and live feeder insects You have enough room in your house.

    Do bearded dragons have a foul odor?

    Bearded dragons acquire a stench as a result of scents in their environment or cage, therefore establish a regular cleaning plan with a thorough clean at least once a month. This protects your beardie's health and prevents any odor from forming.

    What does a bearded dragon's tank require?

    They're cold-blooded and need a warm atmosphere to survive. During the day, a beardie's tank should be heated to between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit, with a midday basking place that's significantly warmer — between 100 and 115 degrees Fahrenheit. A basking light may assist in keeping that area extra-warm.

    What is the finest bearded dragon substrate?

    Ceramic tiles are an eco-friendly substrate that gives your beardie's terrarium a natural appearance. Alfalfa Pellets have a lot of advantages. 

    For a bearded dragon, how large does a Viv have to be?

    Your bearded dragon's ideal vivarium A vivarium of 120cm long, 60cm high, and 60 cm broad is the minimum size required for one adult dragon. Make sure it's safe, well-ventilated, and built of durable, easy-to-clean materials.

    Is it possible to keep a bearded dragon in a wire cage?

    Your bearded dragon will survive in a handmade enclosure as long as it is big enough, built of safe materials, and offers a proper environment.

    For a bearded dragon, how large of a terrarium do I need?

    A bearded dragon terrarium should be large enough to allow for enough activity as well as an appropriate temperature gradient. A bearded dragon requires a minimum enclosure size of 48′′ x 24′′ x 24′′, or 120 x 60 x 60 cm.

    In the bottom of a bearded dragon tank, what do you put?

    Newspaper (particularly for infants) and a carpet liner are the ideal substrate options for your bearded dragon's terrarium. Sand may be used, but only with extreme care. If your bearded dragon eats sand on a regular basis, switch to something else. Ceramic tiles may also be used, although they are more costly to install and difficult to walk on.

    Is a water dish required for bearded dragons?

    Although bearded dragons do not need a water bowl, providing water on demand may bring several advantages if maintained clean. Offering a bearded dragon water in a bowl, on the other hand, is insufficient to induce it to drink. Despite having a bowl of water at its disposal, a bearded dragon may get dehydrated.

    Is it possible to keep plants in a bearded dragon tank?

    Yes, you may put real plants in the cage of your bearded dragon.

    Is it possible to keep a newborn bearded dragon in a 40 gallon aquarium?

    A 40 gallon tank (38" X 18" X 18") is suitable for a newborn bearded dragon, however it is the maximum size I would suggest. If their cage is too huge, greater than the 40 gallon tanks, some infants may have difficulty catching and swallowing their food.

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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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