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Bearded dragons require humidity in their environment to survive. Humidity levels in the terrarium must be maintained at 50-70% to ensure the health of the bearded dragon. Too low of a humidity level can lead to lethargy, while too high of a humidity level can cause respiratory problems.
 
Maintain a humidity level of 20-40 percent. A hygrometer (humidity gauge) can assist you in keeping track of humidity levels. Temperatures should be kept between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit (24 and 29 degrees Celsius) throughout the day. Maintain a basking spot temperature of 88-100°F (31-38°C).


    Is a humidifier required for a bearded dragon?

    Raise the humidity in your house. If it's too dry in your bearded dragon's tank, it's probably too dry in your home as well. This is the scenario every winter where we reside in Chicago. In these cases, having a humidifier in the area where the tank is kept might be beneficial to both you and your dragon.

    How do I maintain the humidity in my bearded dragon tank up?

    Avoid keeping your bearded dragon in an all-glass tank with a glass or plastic top cover due to the need of maintaining humidity levels. By keeping moisture within the tank or terrarium, these coverings tend to enhance humidity.

    Is it necessary to mist bearded dragons?

    Caring for bearded dragons is a thrilling and fulfilling experience that demands not just a deep affection for these lizards of the genus Pogona, but also a thorough understanding of their living requirements. Bearded dragons need a lot of water, and misting is a great way to keep them hydrated.

    Is 50 percent relative humidity too high for a bearded dragon?

    Humidity levels of 30-40% are required for bearded dragons. Anything beyond 50%-60% is excessive.

    Bearded dragons defecate on a regular basis.

    Pooping is normally done every day or two for children. Adult bearded dragons, defined as those above the age of 18 months, may defecate on a daily or weekly basis. The frequency with which adult beardies defecate is determined by their diet, activity level, and the way their bodies metabolize food.

    Is it okay to drink tap water if you have a bearded dragon?

    Bearded dragons may drink tap water, but it's best to treat it with one of the commercially available dechlorinating treatments. You want to eliminate chloramines and chlorine from the water, as well as any undesired minerals that may be present.

    What are the signs that my bearded dragon is dehydrated?

    If your bearded dragon isn't getting enough water, it's likely to get dehydrated. Wrinkled skin is a sign of dehydration. When the mouth opens, the saliva tackiness causes double strands to develop. Skin suppleness is reduced, and when lightly pinched, the skin tents.

    When should I give my beardie a bath?

    How often should you bathe your bearded dragon? Three times a week, give your bearded dragon a 10-15 minutes bath in warm, clean water. Any time they get noticeably unclean, they should be given further baths. Bearded dragons that shed should be washed 4-5 times each week.

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    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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