5 April 2017
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Bearded dragons supplementation can either be done through gut-loading, 'sprinkling' or the so-called process of dusting. Supplementation plays a vital part in keeping your pet Bearded dragon healthy. 'Dusting' is the process of coating insects, or other foodstuffs, with a powdered supplement prior to being fed.
2 May 2019
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Husbandry refers to the 'house keeping' practices involved in keeping, in this case, Bearded dragons. The important Bearded dragon husbandry related aspects are housing, lighting, the temperature and feeding.
7 August 2018
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Metabolic bone disease (MBD), also referred to as hypocalcaemia or simply as calcium deficiency, is a serious nutritional disease where calcium in the bones is depleted in favour of increasing the calcium levels in the blood.
21 July 2019
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While the majority of a Bearded dragon’s food should consists of protein based foods such as insects, the second half of the diet should consist of ‘greens’. This includes an assortment of torn, shredded of diced fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowers and flower leaves.
8 September 2019
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To quarantine is defined as the isolation or keeping separate from others. There are times where Bearded dragons should be quarantined. This article give more information about the quarantine of Bearded dragons.
5 August 2019
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Mineral supplementation plays a vital part in keeping pet Bearded dragons healthy. One way to add these supplements to their diet is by gut-loading their food. In order to feed good quality feeder insects to your Bearded dragon, they also need to eat good quality food.