Baby bearded dragons can eat vegetables. It is recommended that a young bearded dragon's diet consist of 20 percent greens, with meat making up the remainder. Do not try to feed a baby dragon large pieces of any kind of ... More »

Bearded dragons are mild tempered and become friendly and tame when handled regularly, so there is little drama involved in their rescue. These even-tempered lizards are generally rescued only if they've been abandoned, ... More »

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The size of the tank necessary to house a bearded dragon depends on the size of the animal. A baby dragons needs a 20-gallon tank. An adult that is 20 inches or longer can survive in a 75-gallon tank, but a 120-gallon ta... More »

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It is acceptable to feed bearded dragons broccoli because the bulk of their diet consists of leafy vegetables, non-citrus fruits and occasional insects. An excessive amount of broccoli can be harmful to the bearded drago... More »

A bearded dragon stops eating for two reasons: either it is in brumation, which is just part of its hibernation cycle, or it is in discomfort. In order to figure out which reason is the cause, an owner should keep track ... More »

It is not recommended to feed spinach to bearded dragons. The calcium in the bearded dragon's diet binds with the spinach and makes it difficult to digest. More »

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You can teach a bearded dragon tricks by being consistent with the training and offering him treats as positive reinforcement each time he performs a trick. Use the same words and the same tone to encourage him, and stic... More »