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Old 22-06-2009, 10:38 AM
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hey all i just got a bearded dragon how often should they be fed
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Google it mate, Not being rude but shouldn't you have found it out before you bought it?
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By the way i'm from portsmouth to lol
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true i know how regular to feed meal worms etc
just talking about things like veg drago seems fussy when it comes to veggies any advice
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If it's a baby, give it livefood (crickets or locusts are good) and greens at least twice a day. You can offer a third meal in the middle of the day too if you're about, but it's not necessary. The older it gets, the less livefood it needs. Would strongly suggest googling for bearded dragon care sheets and reading up though.

Here's some to get you started even:

http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/lizar...are-sheet.html
http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/lizar...caresheet.html
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awsome cheers
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good point, how old is he as younger ones need a lot of crickets and live food compared to a fully grown. fresh veg everyday, there was a chart on here which is really good. Nutrition Content
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true i know how regular to feed meal worms etc
just talking about things like veg drago seems fussy when it comes to veggies any advice

no meal worms there bad for your baby dragon,,,well any dragon
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