Mouth rot, also called infectious stomatitis, necrotic stomatitis or oral inflammation, is caused by micro-organism infections in the mouths of reptiles. It is a fairly common medical condition seen in reptile pets, including Bearded dragons.
09 December 2017
03 August 2017
Licking behaviour is frequently seen in (pet) Bearded dragons when they are active. Unlike for example Chameleons, Bearded dragons do not have long, projectile tongues to catch prey from a long distance, but they do use them in similar ways.
The health of our pet Bearded dragons is sometimes something we as owners neglect. To make things even worse, it is known that pet lizards, including Bearded dragons, can hide disease very well.
27 June 2017
There are two main environmental variables Bearded dragon keepers need to ensure (i.e. temperature and light), but what about humidity? Although, admittedly, often not something to worry about, incorrect humidity in an enclosed environment can lead to all sorts of problems.
04 June 2017
Waxworms are the larvae of one of the two related wax moth species, the Lesser moth (Achroia grisella) or the Greater wax moth (Galleria mellonella). wax moths are natural pests of bee hives used for honey production, but makes great foodstuffs for pet Bearded dragons.