It's no secret that people who own Bearded Dragons as pets are very enthusiastic about them. It's obvious that these people absolutely love their Bearded Dragons and are passionate about their pets. With that in mind, we try to attract the best Bearded Dragon breeders from around the country to advertise in our classifieds. So if you're searching for high quality stunning Dragons for sale online from some of the world's best and most popular breeders, search no more. We've got them here. We also offer Dragons from private sellers who may have fallen on hard times or who are moving or something of the like. Whatever the reason, there are some great deals to be found on our forums for both baby and adult Bearded Dragons. We hear that many of the animals that are advertised with us have been handled frequently when they were young, so they're socialized and as friendly as can be later on.
Are Bearded Dragons really the best pet lizard to own? Some folks think so. People who have owned them say that they're alert, hardy, tame, easy to hold and fun to have as pets. What people enjoy most about these lizards is watching them in their habitat. Bearded Dragons feed energetically and chase their prey. They also interact with one another in the most interesting of ways. While you may find Bearded Dragons for sale at pet stores, you're most likely to find exactly what you want online from private sellers as well as breeders. The reason for this is because pet stores simply don't carry all the available inventory you may be interested in. Also, buying pre-owned Bearded Dragons can be helpful to those who can't care for theirs any longer. You may find an incredible deal online on websites such as ours.
Many first time Bearded Dragon owners wonder what size enclosure they'll need for their baby or adult. While it's common for baby Dragons to live in a smaller tank, such as a 20-gallon, it'll become obvious quickly that the small tanks become too tight for a full grown animal. It's recommended that an adult Bearded Dragon live in at least a 75-gallon tank. And actually, it's possible to fit two Dragons in a 75-gallon tank comfortably. Just be sure it's properly ventilated with some strong screening at the top.
When it comes to buying and selling both adult and baby Bearded Dragons online, we have what you're looking for. This is a short list of different morphs you may find on our webiste: Classic or Standard Morph, Hypomelanistic Morph, Leatherback Morph, Translucent Morph, Silkback Morph, German Giant Morph, Dunner Morph, Zero Morph, Witblits (Wiblit) Morph, Wero Morph, Citrus Morph, Red, Yellow, and the Paradox Morph. When it comes to colors, we welcome Bearded Dragon ads on our website for the following: Normal, Hypo, Trans, Hypo Trans, Het Hypo, Het Trans, Double Het, Hypo Het Trans, and Trans Het Hypo.