Welcome to our Bearded Dragon Care Sheet!
We wanted to provide a page where you could go to find out as much information as possible on keeping bearded dragons, and we hope this will become your go-to resource!
This Bearded Dragon Care Sheet will cover just about everything you need on raising healthy and happy bearded dragons. It is split up into ten pages, each on a different topic. We will take you down each step of bearded dragon husbandry – from setting up the enclosure to organizing a consistent feeding schedule.
If you are new to bearded dragons and are interested in owning one, it is very important to remember that you should read every bit of information pertaining to their husbandry before bringing one home. You will need to have everything that is required for keeping bearded dragons (and have it all set-up and operational) before acquiring your new pet.
Bearded dragons come from the dry, arid regions of Australia. They typically eat native insects and vegetation and receive water from little rainfall, dew, and what comes from plants, such as cactus.
It is important to replicate their native environment when kept in captivity. That’s why the proper housing, lighting, heating, and diet parameters must be met in order to ensure they stay happy and healthy.
There will be a downloadable PDF version of this care sheet at the end. This gives you the option to download this care sheet to use at your convenience and it’s absolutely free!
So let’s get started by first discussing the housing requirements for a bearded dragon!
Table of Contents
Part 2: Housing Requirements for a Bearded Dragon
Part 3: Lighting Requirements for a Bearded Dragon
Part 4: Heating Requirements for a Bearded Dragon
Part 5: Substrate and Terrarium Decor
Part 6: Bearded Dragon Diet & Nutrition
Part 7: Example Feeding Schedule for a Baby Bearded Dragon
Part 8: Example Feeding Schedule for a Juvenile Bearded Dragon
Part 9: Example Feeding Schedule for an Adult Bearded Dragon
Part 10: Common Health Issues With Bearded Dragons
Part 11: Acquiring Your First Bearded Dragon
Part 12: Bearded Dragon Care Sheet Conclusion