Beardie has Arrived!

Bonzo

Member
Beardie name(s)
Indy
He (or she) is 8 inches, and was the biggest, heartiest looking BD for sale. I'll post a photo from bathtime, soon.
Has anyone else adopted, found a Bearded Dragon, recently?

As far as diet, we bought meal worms at a store since they were recommended, and will switch to crickets as primary, today. Also, Dubia are on my radar for regular diet. In the veggie department, this one likes baby arugula, and collard greens!

Anyone else?
 

Hobama

Member
Beardie name(s)
Reginald/Reggie
He (or she) is 8 inches, and was the biggest, heartiest looking BD for sale. I'll post a photo from bathtime, soon.
Has anyone else adopted, found a Bearded Dragon, recently?

As far as diet, we bought meal worms at a store since they were recommended, and will switch to crickets as primary, today. Also, Dubia are on my radar for regular diet. In the veggie department, this one likes baby arugula, and collard greens!

Anyone else?
I adopted one 11 days ago and hes around 5 inches long. i wouldnt recommend mealworms for babies as i believe the chitin is hard on there digestive system. mine gets crickets and dubias and im about to introduce bsfl to help with eating greens
 

xp29

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Beardie name(s)
Zen , Ruby ,Snicker Doodles, Sweet Pea, Sinatra
I got Sinatra about a month and a half ago, he is 10 m.o.
 

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Mollie the dragon

Hatchling Member
Beardie name(s)
Mollie
I wouldnt do so many mealworms pleaseee, they have a hard exoskeleton for beardies and can cause impaction easily if fed as a staple, there really meant for treats so yes I would suggest crickets or dubias instead of mealworms, i also get mine from dubiaroaches.com
 

SkittlesK

Juvie Member
Beardie name(s)
Dry-Bones
He (or she) is 8 inches, and was the biggest, heartiest looking BD for sale. I'll post a photo from bathtime, soon.
Has anyone else adopted, found a Bearded Dragon, recently?

As far as diet, we bought meal worms at a store since they were recommended, and will switch to crickets as primary, today. Also, Dubia are on my radar for regular diet. In the veggie department, this one likes baby arugula, and collard greens!

Anyone else?
Congrats,
Dry Bones my new guy shipped out 12/12 & I Got him.
 

Bonzo

Member
Original Poster
Beardie name(s)
Indy
I wouldnt do so many mealworms pleaseee, they have a hard exoskeleton for beardies and can cause impaction easily if fed as a staple, there really meant for treats so yes I would suggest crickets or dubias instead of mealworms, i also get mine from dubiaroaches.com
We switched to crickets on Day 2, and will have some dubias shipped, soon. Thanks to everyone that has posted so far!
 

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