Valuable Routine Checklist for Your Bearded Dragons Care Sheet

A routine schedule can be followed for the proper care of your reptiles daily, weekly, monthly, biennially and annually. Below is a bearded dragon care page that lists the key functions to keep your dragons happy and healthy.


• Feed your lizard and replace the water bowl with fresh water

• Remove the feeding cups and clean them after feeding

• Clean the feeding area of ​​uneaten food

• Clean the substrate of any toilet or fecal matter

• Check the dragon for any visual signs of disease or skin flaking.

• Spend some time with your pet outside the enclosure


• Bathe your bearded dragon

• Trim reptile toenails

• Thoroughly clean the enclosure, removing all objects such as branches and rocks

• Clean around your cage, including the bottom and back of the tank

• Check that all heating and lighting equipment is in working order.

• Take your dragon outside to enjoy the sun


• Remove all components of the cage and wash the tank with a bleaching agent. Let it dry completely in the sun.

Once in two years:

• Remove and replace an inch of the top layer of substrate for any cages you keep outside.


• Visit your veterinarian. Take your pet along with stool samples to check for any parasites or diseases.

You should also be aware of the nutritional needs of your young and adult dragons. Below is a list of the essential food ratios and variety required to establish a healthy diet for your bearded dragon and thus ensure a healthy and long life for your reptile.

For teenagers and adults:

• 50 percent: – pre-fed and laden insects with guts of crickets, mealworms, waxworms and once or twice give them pinky rats.

• 30 percent: – Calcium-rich green vegetables such as alfalfa, kale, mustard, dandelion, spinach, kale, broccoli and green beans.

• 10 percent: – other vegetable example zucchini, bell pepper, grated carrot, tomato and sprouts.

• 10 percent: – other foods such as bread, cereal and commercial bearded dragon food.

Adults can be fed once a day, while small ones can be fed twice a day. Young dragon’s vegetables should be cut into smaller pieces and given smaller insects so that they can be eaten more easily. Since puppies are growing rapidly, they should be given more protein and fed twice a day. The nutrient ratios should consist of 60 percent protein, 25 percent calcium-rich vegetables and 15 percent other foods.

By making a care list for your dragon, you reduce the risk of forgetting to do one of the chores and neglecting your pet.

Your dragons should be removed from their cage occasionally, so there are do’s and don’ts for properly caring for your pet:

1. Do not hold him by the tail or limbs.

2. Do not hold it suddenly without warning.

3. Take a slow and gentle approach.

4. Place one finger under the chin and stretch it under the body.

5. Move the fry with the perch on which they lie.

6. Support the dragon in the palm of your hand with its head facing away from you.

7. Do not press or squeeze any part of the body.

8. Do not take it in your palm if it is running away suddenly. But instead, block its way with one hand and gently lift it up by inserting your fingers.

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