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    • 1.

      Why Quarantine a New Reptile?

      by Devin Price - 2007-01-24
      I know all to well the excitement of a new reptile. And whether you are going to introduce it to your other herps for breeding purposes or just as a new family member quarantining is a must. In our ex...
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      How to keep a healthy and happy bearded dragon!

      by Jason_Couch - 2007-01-19
      Bearded dragons are becoming the most popular exotic pet to have in the 21st century! They are very interactive and love attention from humans. Bearded dragons are great pets for adults or childr...
    • 3.

      The Basics of Bearded Dragon Care

      by Sarah Munn - 2007-03-29
      The bearded dragon is undoubtedly one of the most interesting pets one can own. Even if you don't like lizards, the bearded dragon's playful disposition and unique characteristics might just win you o...
    • 4.

      Essentials of Breeding Bearded Dragons

      by Sarah Munn - 2007-03-30
      To breed bearded dragons, you must create their natural seasons to bring the females into heat. This is called pre-condition. Before starting pre-condition, you should make sure that both your male, a...
    • 5.

      Basic Bearded Dragon Care Guidelines

      by Sarah Munn - 2007-04-04
      Reptiles make great pets for those with the proper mindset, and Bearded Dragons are among the most popular of those reptile pets. They are sturdy, just small enough, and eat simple, variant diets. Wit...
    • 6.

      How To Bath A Bearded Dragon

      by Florian Ross - 2007-04-16
      Many bearded dragons owner don't know how to keep a dragon clean, so here are some words about bathing a bearded dragon. This should give you the basics about.Bathing is an important part in keeping a...
    • 7.

      How To Make A Bearded Dragon Eat More Veggies

      by Florian Ross - 2007-04-16
      Lizards from Pogona genus are commonly named as Bearded Dragon. They have broad triangular heads and flattened bodies. They reach a manageable average size of about 18-22 inches (46-56 cms). The avera...
    • 8.

      How To Keep A Bearded Dragon Healthy And Long Living?

      by Florian Ross - 2007-04-16
      Bearded Dragons are extremely hardy lizards, when they are provided with the proper temperatures and lighting in their environment. However, they are also pets who do their best to hide their symptoms...
    • 9.

      Choosing A Healthy And Happy Bearded Dragon

      by Florian Ross - 2007-04-16
      Many times people get a beardie and just love the creature but unfortunately the animal dies in a couple of weeks or months. In fact, statistics show that more than 70% of beardies die in their first ...
    • 10.

      What Is The Right Substrate To Use For A Bearded Dragon?

      by Florian Ross - 2007-04-16
      The substrate (sometimes called flooring) is the material used to line your dragon's housing. In their native environment, Beardies live in sandy desert areas. Playground sand is often used because it...