Are meal worms bad for bearded dragons?
no i give them to mine and he is perfectly healthy
Meal worms are bad for bearded dragons the outer shell can cause impaction
Yes, they do eat worms such as meal worms, wax worms, and superworms.
No. But what i feed my bearded dragons, is super worms, meal worms, and crickets. Sometimes my family picks up a worm from the wild and feed it to them and so far, it never harmed my bearded dragons. So far, they ate grub worms and earth worms.
Yes you can. Bearded Dragons mainly eat "green" plants, worms, and crickets. I would suggest crickets, as they can be cheap.
Bearded dragons can not eat anything that isnt a food however they should only be fed a diet of meal worms,
Yes bearded dragons can get stomach aches due to: Eating meal worms, meal worms have hard exoskeletons with very little meat and can make your bearded dragon constipated, Over feeding, or interacting with your bearded dragon less than 2 hrs after he/she has eaten, you have to allow your pet to bask for at least 2 hrs which allows them to properly digest their meal (also not to get pooped on ;)
Bearded Dragons can eat crickets, locust, anoles, baby leopard geckos, meal worms, Phoenix worms, wax worms, goliath worms, collard greens, carrots, blue berries, bananas, apples, straw berries, and pinkey mice.
You Feed Bearded Dragons Worms if they are Pregnant
They can eat dragon flies but they would'nt eat it, they prefer meal worms most;) But you shouldn't feed them meal worms as the skin or chiten is hard for them to digest. Crickets are the best for them to eat.
Yes, but most baby Bearded Dragons will not. They normally do not eat vegetation, but adults will. Adult will eat alfalfa hay, powdered milk cat or dog food, salad, crickets, flightless fruit flies, meal worms, and other bugs.
They eat meal worms and crickets
Good worms to feed to your bearded dragons are super worms. NEVER never never feed them wax worms, meal worms, or any other kind because these worms have hard exoskeletons, which could get lodged in the lizards throat and choke it. Many people have lost their beardies to this. Super worms are good in nutrition, but keep it as a rare treat for them. Just stick to feeding your beardie crickets and different veggies.
Yes and no... It depends how big the worms are and how big your bearded dragon is. It also depends what kind of worm it is. You'll probably have to research it. Good Luck!!!!!
As a treat occasionally.
I suppose it is possible ask your local pet shop
Crickets, meal worms, etc. Basically insects.
i dont know if it is normal for them to poo red after eating them the first time but if it happens a few times after then take it to a lizard vet
Through out my research on BDs, I have found some say you can give them chopped up pieces of cooked chicken. I do not recommend this though, it is not something they would naturally eat in the wild. Stick with crickets, meal worms, super worms and veggies.
yes bearded dragons do eat live food from the garden such as worms and defiantly crickets they also eat dead fly and other insects like that
There is no standard collective noun for bearded dragons. Because bearded dragons do like to sun themselves: the collective noun for lizards will work: a lounge of bearded dragons; a lounge of bearded dragons the collective noun for crocodiles will work: a bask of bearded dragons; a bask of bearded dragons
Bearded dragons eat: Locus hissing cockroaches meal worms baby mice rocket my bearded dragons favourite is locus :D......I would stick with cickets and mealies until he\she is old enough to eat bigger things...and it probobly wont eat plants until it is older....and what in the world is a rocket you don't know what you are talking about...email me if you have questions Sincerely, Jon C. Allen
It probably is, as it is found in the ingredients of many packaged bearded dragon foods. Fish oil and fish meal are common ingredients. Large doses of it are probably not recommended, but a sprinkling of it can't hurt.
No - Bearded dragons are not extinct !
In the wild, no. But in captivity, yes (but should only be given occasionally as a treat)
Yes, bearded dragons have vertebrae
Yes, bearded dragons do urinate.
Bearded dragons hatch from an egg.
Bearded dragons are not nocturnal they are diurnal.
No bearded dragons have great hearing
Meal Worms are very bad for your Bearded Dragon. Most pet stores will try and sell them too you but don't feed them to your beardie. They contain Chitin in their skin which is very hard for your Beardie to digest and can cause impaction.
Bearded dragons are not evil. In fact, the only species capable of being 'evil' are humans. However, this does not mean that bearded dragons (And all other creatures, really) cannot be quite nasty. Most pet bearded dragons are kind, being raised by humans, but I cannot say for the ones that live in the wild, though I hear they usually have a bad temperament.
They can eat most veg (notanything hard though, like potato, or carrot) and lettuce, but NOT iceberg lettuce. They will also eat fruit. But the best food is crickets, or locusts. The locusts are nicer for the beardie, and they don't look so gross. Also meal worms and wax worms.
I feed my 5 month old beardie around 6 or 7 meal worms (superworms) a day with vegtables too. He seems to be content with that.
Bearded dragons are nice, but if you are mean to them they will be mean to you.
No - Bearded dragons are a non-venomous species.
Bearded Dragons live in the warm parts of Australia
are bearded dragons color blind
No, bearded dragons are air breathers.
At any Petco. Petco should have bearded dragons.
can bearded dragons be freinds with a tutles
No, Kiwi are much larger than bearded dragons. Besides, bearded dragons primarily eat insects.
Bearded Dragons are omnivores just like humans. They need both protein and vegetation, for the protein it can be anything from worms, crickets, mice and bugs. For vegetation anything from lettuce, carrots, apples, blueberries, celery and more.
Yes,most of the time your bearded dragon will enjoy being rubbed on,but the bad thing about this is a lot of people don't know is it hurts there scales,but Yes most bearded dragons love to be rubbed on.
bearded dragons do shed, there skin goes gray/white and after a while it starts to shed!! but DONT PULL IF OF IT IT ISNT READY TO! IT CAN CORSE EXTREMILY BAD PAIN FOR THE LIZARD!!
bearded dragons are the closest animal to a dog . they are very smart and friendly. most people think they grow big so they are bad pets but worth the money!
its not possible for bearded dragons to mimic crickets
yes Bearded Dragons can hear you talk
no bearded dragons cannot have wood chip
Yes they are - since Bearded dragons lay eggs.
If you mean Macaroni and Cheese, the answer is 'yes, but you should NEVER allow them to do so'. Grain, dairy, salt, and fat--all things that are very bad for bearded dragons.