Bearded Dragons can eat plums, peaches, figs, apples, raspberries, bananas, watermelon, cherries, pears, mangos, and papayas. While it's important to include fruit as part of your Beardie's diet, it's advisable to keep their intake to a minimum, at no more than 10% of their total daily feed.
Avoid vegetables such as spinach, broccoli, and romaine as too much can be harmful, or they offer limited nutritional value. Bearded dragons will also eat fruits like apples, strawberries, watermelon, and peaches. Aside from delicious fruits and vegetables, dragons will eat just about any insect that moves.
Protein: Bearded dragons enjoy live mealworms, waxworms and crickets that have been “gut loaded,” which means fed lizard-friendly vitamins and nutrients. Young beardies should eat once a day; adults may only need to dine every two days. If beardies don't finish their entire meal, try feeding them less next time.
A beardie can eat cucumber every other week. They should not be a staple food. Since cucumbers are technically a fruit, fruits should only take up around 10% or less of your beardie's diet. If he is fed cucumbers too often, he might experience some negative side-effects.
There are numerous plants, fruits and vegetables that are safe and healthy for bearded dragons to eat, but some favorites include squash, collard greens, bell peppers, mustard greens and seedless watermelon. Of course, it's best to mix up your bearded dragon's diet every once in a while.
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You can mist him/her 2-4 times daily. Monitor the humidity in the tank though, as high humidity can promote bacterial or fungal growth. Feeding amounts depend on age. Juveniles will eat more and more frequently.
Most bearded dragons also love the taste of watermelon, due to the fact that it contains sugar. This means you can use watermelon to tempt your bearded dragon to eat if they've lost their appetite for any reason.
Juveniles usually will poop every day or two. Adult bearded dragons, which is generally considered over the age of 18 months, can poop anywhere from daily to weekly. How often adult beardies poop is dependent on their diet, their activity level, and how their body processes food.