Types of Bearded Dragons » Learn Different Types, Colors, & Species

Commercial reptile canned food or pelleted food is also available. Live prey, such as crickets and various worms may be raised by the owner, retrieved from a nearby field or purchased from a pet store, bait store or reptile breeder. Care must be exercised when collecting insects, especially from the home garden, as fertilizers and insecticides can be toxic to Bearded Dragons. Larger Bearded Dragons may be fed pinkie or young "fuzzy" mice sparingly. Remember to feed a healthy and wide variety of food items from all of the food categories listed above for balanced nutrition.

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Bearded Dragons come in all different colors and patterns. Normals are browns and dark earth tones, some light patches of white or off white. Some breeders give names to colors and patterns as a marketing tool. A red or orange Bearded Dragon may be called a Blood red or some people add their own titles to their colors…

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Normal - Bearded dragon offspring from breeding two bearded dragons with different traits. The diet of an adult bearded dragon should consist of85% greens and 15% protein. Feed greens such as red leaf lettuce, greenleaf lettuce, string beans, mustard greens, mixed vegetables (frozen/dethawed mixed greens are good), romaine lettuce, occasional carrots, etc. Do not feed spinach (high in oxalic acid) or iceberg lettuce (no nutritional value). Avoid cabbages. Protein, in the form of crickets, superworms, roaches, etc., should be fed twice weekly and should include a good calcium supplement (with vitamin D3 and no phosphorus). Calcium supplementation should be done more often for breeding females. Vitamin supplements should be given weekly or biweekly. Pinkie mice are not recommended, as they are very fattening for dragons. Offering one or two to a female after egg laying is acceptable as a means to boost depleted calcium supplies.

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Generally, a bearded dragon can live from 7 up to 10 years as their average lifespan. Some “beardie” species can actually reach up to 12 years to live. It is believed that breeding females have shorter lifespan than the males due to the stress that they experience with reproduction. That is why many breeders have stopped using some of the female animals to breed after 3 or 4 seasons to avoid them from stress that can cause death.

Dec 19, 2016 - Bearded dragons come in a variety of colors and sizes

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Pedigrees are sent with each dragon purchased. The original breeders of the 100% Citrus bearded dragon, these dragons are pure bred and breed true. We have expended much since then to offer every major morph and mutation we feel has the vigor to live a long and healthy life. See the For Sale page for availability.
For dragons that are older than six months you can check for the hemipenile bulges. You hold the bearded dragon in your hand ,stomach up, and bend the tail up toward the back at a 90* angle. Be vary careful that you do not bend the tail too far. You could break a vertebrae at the base of the tail.