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Read About Baby Bearded Dragons for Sale

Baby Bearded Dragons must be active, curious and should come from a healthy environment. Here's everything you need to know about them.

Baby Bearded Dragons for Sale -- Reasons and Facts

  1. Why Buy:

    Purchasing a Bearded Dragon from a good breeder or specialty pets stores may give you more choices and exclusive breeders will provide certain health assurances.

  2. What Pet to Purchase:

    Remember that a baby bearded dragon is an exotic pet. Not all reptile pets are welcomed by the other family members. You must really consider the opinions of your family members before the purchase takes place.

  3. When to Buy:

    Baby bearded dragons are available year round as they are very popular pets and do not have particular season to breed.

Baby Bearded Dragons for Sale -- Where to Look

  1. Online:

    You could find numerous websites that advertise to sell their bearded dragons and there are also breeder websites that give a list of available baby bearded dragons and their prices.

  2. Classifieds:

    Local classifieds carry ads from breeders and you could choose a reputed breeder near your place.

  3. Pet Shows:

    There are a few exotic pet shows and you could visit to find some of the best breeders available.

  4. Local Vet:

    Check out the bulletin board at the vet's place for any bearded dragons for sale. Also your vet may have information of lizards for sale.

Baby Bearded Dragons for Sale -- What to Look For

  1. Pet Temperament:

    Bearded dragons are a bit nervous in the beginning but are easily calmed and become some of the best behaved pets among reptiles. Expect younger pets to be slightly nervous but very active nevertheless.

  2. Pet's Surroundings:

    Temperament and health are affected by the environment in which the baby lizard is being raised. If you are purchasing from a clean, well lit enclosure with enough space for each lizard you could expect a less nervous and healthier creature.

  3. Pet's Health:

    Check the dragon's nostrils and the eyes for infections and liquid discharge. Check the dragon for wounds and scars. The Bearded Dragon tail should be full and the eyes shining. The dragon must be naturally curious and active.

  4. What to Avoid:

    Do not buy from a breeder or pet store who is unwilling to provide care information or a book recommendation. It only shows their neglect and ignorance and they could have bred the lizards with the same disregard.

Baby Bearded Dragons for Sale -- How to Choose

  1. Type of Pet:

    It cannot be stressed enough that a bearded dragon is not a regular pet. If you are after a pet that could be walked daily and that comes running to you when you come back from office you better opt out of buying reptiles. Many people buy exotic pets just for the sake of variety and soon neglect it because they are not like traditional pets. Such mistakes could prove costly for you and even more so for the pet.

  2. Supplies & Equipment:

    You will need a terrarium setup including an enclosure (tank or cage), heaters, water bowls, water spray cans, thermometer, bedding and large supply of live crickets and other food.

  3. Expense:

    Bearded dragons can range between medium to high cost to maintain.