Tucson Bearded Dragons

Dragon Care 101 
 

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Common Diseases 

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Shedding 

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Burmation 

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Gavid Lizard 

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Temp Lights and Humidity 

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Bugs and Greens 

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Baths   

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Habitat Reqirementss   

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Diet 

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Proper Handling of a Bearded Dragon 

One of the best and most enjoyable aspects of owning a bearded dragon , is how very docile and friendly bearded dragons are.

 

Handling your dragon is relatively simple, but you will need to know the proper handling techniques for the safety of you and your lizard.

When handling and picking up your dragon, try move your hands slowly to avoid making any sudden movements towards your bearded dragon. When they are babies or a new arrival in the house, sudden body movements can spook your dragon and make it feel threatened.

 

When attempting to pick up your dragon, you can carefully slide your hand under their belly.

 

If you are picking up a baby, keep one finger under the chin and the baby will most likely attempt to hold onto your finger.

 

Then you can carefully lift your bearded dragon up slowly and let the tail rest upon your forearm.

 

If the bearded dragon tries to escape or begins fidgeting do not squeeze or grasp it tightly.

. Avoid picking up the bearded dragon, or placing it in high places.

 

If it jumps down it could easily break a limb or do worse damage