Lovely bearded dragon for sale, recently purchased a duo of these 2 little guys off preloved, but unfortunately they seem to not get on together in the same tank. abit territorial of the basking spot, food etc, observed over the past few days of getting them.
(think both are male)
would love for one to go to a good home as they as both amazing, will happily sit on you, have a little run on the couch and floor, eat and poo as should.
would make an ideal beardie for anyone.
just want to go to a good home to be able to have his own space and be well looked after. could do with separating as soon as possible due to them getting stressed at times with having another male in the tank
make an offer for him as long as he goes to a good home!
no viv just the bearded dragon, will provide a pack of crickets to take home with him so i know he has some food.
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The Bearded Dragon is fast becoming popular amongst pet owners because of their friendly and affectionate nature. They are also referred to as “Beardy” or “Beardie”. Due to their size and temperament, Bearded Dragons are incredibly easy to care for. All they need is a healthy diet, basking areas, fresh water, sunlight, and clean vivarium. Their gentle and docile disposition paired with their manageable size makes them a great pet.