January 08, 2013 Tuesday - updated 07:35 AM PT

New Book Released "The Golden Guide To Bearded Dragon Care" Helps Your Pet Survive Up to 12 Years

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The Bearded Dragon is a fantastic option for beginners as this pet is easily tamed. One more thing that makes them a wonderful pet is that Bearded Dragons, even when totally grown are not large lizards.

Bearded dragons are really very low-maintenance creatures, especially if they are healthy and all of their needs are taken care of. As long as your bearded dragon is stress-free, and is eating well.

These lizards do still should have the ability to operate as they would in the wild while in captivity. As the owner always do research on your Bearded Dragon and get details before buying your very own to understand their habits and demands while in a cage.

The first thing that people ask when getting a reptile like a bearded dragon is why do they need different heating and lighting?

Well here's the thing: reptiles can not moderate their body temperature immediately. Mammals can, but reptiles can not. Exactly what does this mean? Simple: when the environment is cool, they will be cool.

When the atmosphere is hot, their metabolic process raises together with their body temperature. In captivity, bearded dragons are not able to indulge the direct heat and light of the sun.

So, bearded dragons have to contend with an environment that does not have a natural source of sunlight. To solve this trouble, the reptile keeper has to set up a separate lighting and heating system.

The heater will ensure that the entire reptile enclosure will constantly have a constant temperature throughout the day cycle and the night cycle. The lighting system, on the other hand, will be put in to provide UVB or ultraviolet radiation.

Only skip the UVB lighting when giving them a high dose of vitamin D alongside the reptile's daily meals. If this is not feasible, then put in UVB lighting.

Do not rely on just the UVB light to provide warmth; it will not suffice. If possible, put in ceramic heating elements to guarantee that the entire enclosure, and not just the basking spot, will have adequate heat.

What to feed Bearded Dragons?

First off, buy bugs to feed your bearded dragon. Why? Two reasons: first, buying the insects will ensure that they will have a sufficient amount of live prey natural food for your pet dragon every day and second, buying reproduced insects will likewise indicate that there is a low danger of parasitic infections after your lizard has actually consumed the live bugs.

In addition to worms and bugs, bearded dragons have to be supplied with a plant source. Vegetables and fruits for bearded dragons offer dietary benefits that are not provided through animal sources. Just as with people, the secret to an effective balanced diet plan for dragons is offering a wide variety.

Bear in mind there's a lot to discover on feeding and the kind of terrarium your brand-new pet needs. In the book "The Golden Guide to Bearded Dragon Care" there is a mix of 17 years of secrets and research that will be priceless.

 

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