Do Bearded Dragons Carry Salmonella?

Many reptiles can carry bacteria that can cause diseases in humans, such as leptospirosis, botulism, and salmonella. But are bearded dragons included on this list? Do bearded dragons carry salmonella? Yes, bearded dragons can carry salmonella. If you take proper precautions, however, you can minimize the risk of getting sick. These precautions include washing hands … Read more

Can Bearded Dragons Eat Brussels Sprouts?

Bearded dragons seem to consume almost any vegetables they see. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s okay for them to eat. Brussels sprouts are safe for a bearded dragon to eat as an occasional snack. Only give 1/4 of a finely chopped brussels sprout once per week with your bearded dragon’s food, however, as … Read more

Can Bearded Dragons Eat Celery?

Bearded dragons are rather particular about their diet. Some foods are safe for these lizards to eat, while others can harm them in a variety of ways. One food that many beardie owners have questions about is celery. In general, it is safe to let your bearded dragon eat celery. Celery should be raw but … Read more

How Often Do Bearded Dragons Poop?

If your bearded dragon is pooping multiple times per day (or hasn’t pooped in weeks), you might be concerned. First, we need to find out whether your bearded dragon is pooping normally or not: Typically speaking, an adult bearded dragon will poop anywhere between once a day and once a week. Juvenile bearded dragons will … Read more

Do Bearded Dragons Hibernate?

Seeing your bearded dragon slowing down, stopping eating, and eventually just laying there can be a somewhat stressful event the first time. You might be wondering: Is he dead or sleeping? Do bearded dragons hibernate? Bearded dragons don’t hibernate, but they do enter a hibernation-like state known as brumation. During their period of brumation, bearded … Read more