Bearded Dragons

Originally from Australia, bearded dragons are now the #1 pet lizard in the world…

Growing to around 60cm in overall length, the bearded dragon gets its name from the pointed scales under it’s chin.

These lizards can inflate their throats, making these scales stick out – where they resemble a beard.

It is believed that this display helps to make bearded dragons appear more fearsome to predators, and also makes them more challenging to eat.

If you’re looking for tips and advice on caring for bearded dragons as pets then read on…

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Introduction to Keeping Bearded Dragons as Pets

If you're new to keeping bearded dragons then this is the place to start. A complete beginners guide combined with commonly-asked questions.


Bearded Dragon Caging

Learn all about bearded dragon cages - from what size vivarium you'll need through to the perfect material to select.

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What Do Bearded Dragons Eat?

Possibly the most complicated subject for new bearded dragon owners is their feeding. This article provides guidance on what to feed and how often.


Bearded Dragon Substrates

What substrates are safe to use on the base of your bearded dragon's vivarium? Find out here.