Coccidiosis in Bearded dragons is a very common. It is commonly seen in stressed Beardies, especially in neglected and unhygienic enclosures. As with all infected animal species, coccidia invade the gastrointestinal tract and cause cellular damage, giving rise to various degrees of diarrhoea.
21 February 2017
07 January 2017
Using programmable electric timers can give much better control of the lighting of an enclosure and improve the overall experience of Bearded dragon.
Author: Renier Delport. Reposted from Bearded Dragons - Using programmable timers for Bearded dragon lighting
29 December 2016
Metabolic bone disease (MBD), also referred to as hypocalcaemia or simply as calcium deficiency, is a serious nutritional disease where calcium in the bones is depleted in favour of increasing the calcium levels in the blood.
19 December 2016
As a keeper, chances are that your Bearded dragon will get injured at some point. Here are some of the common Bearded dragon injuries that one might encounter.
09 April 2016
Adenovirus infection in Bearded dragons is a life threatening, potential disastrous and emerging disease in these lizards. It is cause by a virus causing major liver disease and death in lizards.