Animal Stories - Bearded Dragon

Animal-World Information about: Bearded Dragon

What is a Bearded Dragon?... a medium sized pet lizard, but with a cool, spiny "beard"!
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ian wright - 2011-05-04
Hey, I got a male bearded dragon I would like to breed. Who has a female and would like to do that. He is 4 years old and yellow.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-05-05
    Any luck on finding a female? How would you go about doing that? Just curious.
  • Lisa Liebetruth - 2011-05-13
    I have a 2 year old female that i am trying to find a home for also a male if you are interested.
  • Jonathan Steele - 2011-05-29
    Do you still have your dragons for sale?
  • austin crawford - 2011-07-08
    I'm interstead in one of your females.
  • john - 2011-11-01
    i have a female beardie
  • Anonymous - 2011-11-04
    Hey my name is Amber. Me and my boyfriend Rob have a female bearded dragon. She is yellowish orange and we were looking to breed her if you could just call 705 241 9474 and leave a message and your phone number we can give you a call and set things up thank you
Kat - 2011-08-22
I just took on 3 bearded one tank is a male and a female, one of them buried most of their body under the crushed walnut shells can anyone tell me why it may have done that?

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  • Holly - 2011-09-11
    He might have buried himself because he is nervous or maybe even scared.
    Plus walnuts are a bad floor as though they can cut their skin especially babies.
    They also might try to eat them and then you will end up with no beardies because he/she may suffocate depending on size and age.
    Anyway if you have just gotten them take it slow because he may be "Stressed" from the arrival to a place he/she has never been before.
    Hope this helped!

    Currently I have 1 beardie.

  • Editor's Note - 2011-09-18
    It is not a good substrate to use the lizard if a male with another male is not a good thing, if they are young they should be ok but keep an eye on them as they get older, because they will both want the female, but as it is burrowing into the shells it is scared & this can be very serious & even cause death make sure it has a place to hide like a cave or even a small box with a hole cut for an exit, watch & make sure its eating & drinking if its getting bullied, it may hide all day if it's a baby small water crest is great as it can be left in viv & is an alternative hide. If it's not eating you must separate, if I knew the ages I could help more, I own 11 adults & 25 babies as I breed. 1 male 2 females is fine or 2 males & 4 females but 2 males is not really recommended but females are ok in 3s & 4s when they breed they look a bit nasty but its normal to grab at the nape of the neck.
lucy - 2011-08-25
My beardie has these unusual white spots on the side of her belly, with brown rings around them they're in a straight line and seem to disappear when I pick her up and put her down again. Then the spots gradually return. The spots are about the size of the bottom of a pencil. What could this be? I'm rather concerned

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  • Jeffrey Davis - 2011-08-27
    The spots are most likely mites. Fill your sink up to about their ches height and let your bearded dragon soak for about 10 minutes. If this does not work get an unused toothbrush and put soap on it and scrub it daily.
  • Steph - 2011-09-07
    They are signs of stress. My dragon gets them from time to time. As long as everything else looks ok and he/she doesn't look lethargic or anything else then your beardie should be fine. If in doubt best thing to do is go to a vet and get him/her checked over.
austin crawford - 2011-07-08
Hey, I have a bearded dragon its about 12 in maybe a little more and wanted to tell whether it's a male or female........... If any one knows where I can get another bearded dragon for about $40 please leave me your name number. I am interested.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-07-08
    Sexing: Sexing very young Bearded Dragons is somewhat difficult, but determining sex in juveniles over the age of three months is relatively easy. By holding the dragon in the palm of your hand with its tail facing you, carefully fold the tail up over the back and examine the area just above (posterior to) the cloacal opening.
    In males, hemipenal bulges can be seen on each side of the tail. The bulging hemipenes will also be separated by an indentation in the center of the tail between the two hemipenes. The hemipenal bulges are absent in females and the viewer will see only a slightly raised mound in this region.
Isaiah - 2010-10-08
I love BEARDED dragons let me tell you he is the best bearded Dragon I love him. You he is the best. They have huge diet. They are good for beginners.

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  • Isaiah - 2010-12-17
    Sorry about my mistake please reply.
  • rahzier - 2011-05-05
    To bad.
steve - 2011-04-30
B.dragon's to me are the best lizard to start with.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-05-02
    I think they are neat. I love the multitude of colors. Some are so gorgeous.
Chloe - 2009-08-16
This is an awesome looking dragon!!!

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  • Isaiah - 2010-10-22
    Get one!
  • Pacquaio - 2011-02-16
    Well am really happy to let you know I still have dragon available now for sale, so please if you are really interested in them you may call or contact me back for more details and photos okay.
zoin - 2010-10-22
My bearde is biting, help me!

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  • justin - 2010-11-29
    Don't feed him or her in the natural tank he or she lives in.
Darcie Darbyshire - 2010-11-07
We think our bearded dragon is egg bound, after laying two eggs she has become very lethargic. She is sitting in a warm water bath now. Is there anything else we can do?
Thank you.

joan - 2010-10-23