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Eric
esbell

Posted on January 23, 2012

I am new here, I run a website called petsnparents.com/forum and am a huge fan of bearded dragons. We got our first one this year and It has been a huge learning curve over what we were told upfront. So I will see you all around do some help… more ›
Liam D.
Hudson36

Posted on August 1, 2010

I had two lizards. one male and one female. I got him first and he looked really lonely in his big tank, all by himself. I went down to my local shelter and got him a girlfriend. that night i brought her home, she slept on top of him. he was never a … more ›
Markman2008
markman2008

Posted on October 5, 2009 | 2

I've decided to try out breeding my different lizards to try and come up with some extra cash. But I've had no success... anyone have any tips? I got the lizards from the pet store I've been going to for years, and supposedly got both male and female… more ›
Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on September 27, 2009

I have a male bearded dragon that is around a year and 4 months, how big should he be? He's my first bearded dragon so I'm not really sure of the growth rate.
Liam D.
Hudson36

Posted on September 8, 2009 | 3

My female Bearded Dragon Eats the skin that she and her friend shed. I want to know if it's safe or will it end in a health problem. Please help
Sean H.
BeardedDragoJJ

Posted on April 25, 2009 | 3

Hi Guys My Names Sean. I'm only 11. I love beardies. i dont have one yet but i will be getting to next month in middle of may. So guys i want to have a future with reptiles and travle with them but i need you guys to vote if i should. all post a vidi… more ›
Julia
julzvballer

Posted on April 24, 2009 | 3

So this is my first time owning a Bearded Dragon, so i am still learning the ropes but I was wondering if anyone else has beardies that sleep in odd positions. I will catch mine with one foot in the water dish, standing up against the glass, or all l… more ›
Jade W.
Jade223

Posted on February 11, 2009 | 7

I heard Bearded Dragons only live to be 6-7...is this true? Ive had mine since 1995 and hes still running around healthy and active as ever.
Anthony C.
DragonMan

Posted on December 14, 2008 | 2

I am wondering if anyone can tell me why Puff would be rejecting food for the past 2 days, hes always had a healthy appetite, and he seems fine hes very active and alert, Michelle and I believe he may be getting ready for brumation but we are concern… more ›
Cowbelle K.
Cowbellekitty

Posted on October 2, 2008 | 6

About a year ago, I acquired a 9 year old female Beardie. I have always had cats and dogs, but she came into the vet clinic where I worked, about to be euthanized. Her owner was moving and could not take her with him. It just happened to be my birthd… more ›
Cassaundra B.
cassaundra

Posted on August 14, 2008 | 1

My bearded dragon name Spike is a male. At first we didn't know how to tell the difference between male and female but we looked it up on the internet. If your bearded dragon's beard puffs out and turns dark, or black then he's a male because he's sh… more ›
Heather C.
cathrine

Posted on July 26, 2008 | 3

Bearded dragons are so cool. The way they have spikes but they are not sharp and the way they puff out there beards. Thats what I think of my Spike. If you have bearded dragons or you think they are cool reply and say how cool they are.
Cassaundra B.
cassaundra

Posted on July 24, 2008 | 1

bearded dragons are cool. if you have a bearded dragon this group is for you!
Shelby C.
coopesr8

Posted on July 21, 2008 | 1

Does anyone know how to tell when it is the right time to breed a female beadie?
Kellee B.
KelleeJo

Posted on May 29, 2008 | 1

I have taken him on 'play dates' with other lizards before and he has never been territorial, so I don't think I should have any problems. but if anyone has any advise on how to make the cage/tank neutral I thank you in advance

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