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Gift your bearded dragon a readymade natural habitat

By Dragoncare Subscribe to RSS | December 7th 2011 | Views:

What will happen if you will be shifted to a place unknown, say a jungle where you will be deprived of your basic requirements? Not even liking the thought, right? A habitat is the most important requirement of any living creature, it’s a place where one feels secure and can relate to. The same goes for your pet. Bearded dragon, a unique reptile is the most sought after pet. A great pet for lizard beginners, the most important aspect of having this reptile is to be very cautious regarding its habitat.

The most important aspect of keeping your dragon lizard healthy is to provide a mimic natural habitat and a proper setup pet dragon cage. One of the most basic in housing is the setting up reptile lizard cage for your bearded dragon before you bring them home. Get the enclosures set up and operate at right manner, make sure the minimum requirement such as basking spots, temperature gradient, lighting, decors, substrate and water bowl are made available. Most of the vendors always setup their lizard cage when the bearded dragon is at home. This might increase the hectic level of the pet, especially baby dragons.

There are few general housing options for bearded dragons that you may want to reflect on:

Maintenance of the cage is highly essential. When buying a new cage, make sure that it is easy to clean. Accessibility to the inside of the cage is one of the main concerns. For example, front opening cage is easier to clean as compared to top opening.

Lovable pet, bearded dragon owners always are in a look out for a moment to play with their pet. The problem they face with this is the convenience through their habitat. It is advised to have enclosure which has side door because it is easier to pick them up. The pet also will feel safe if you try to pick them up from side compared to accessing them from top.

The cage of the reptile should be placed away from the traffic so as to reduce the stress on your pet, place it in a quiet place from where your bearded reptile can view the movements going around. Besides, it should be away from heat such as direct sunlight or cold place which has air-conditioning facilities to make sure the temperature of the cage is well-controlled.

Enjoy the time with your pet and make him feel like home!

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