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baby citrus bearded dragon

Baby Citrus Bearded Dragon

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$149.00

38 in stock

Species: Pogona vitticeps Sex: Unsexed Length: 7-9 inches Diet: vegetation, prepared diet, insects Other Info: Multiple Animals Available - Pics May Vary SKU:A3102 Categories:

A baby citrus bearded dragon will make a wonderful beginner pet lizard. Our baby citrus bearded dragons are bred form diverse genetic bloodlines making them healthier and more visually stunning. Having bearded dragons as pets is a rewarding and interactive experience for the entire family.  In fact, pet bearded dragons are a main reason for the boom in reptile pet ownership. Everything from housing to feeding and interacting with pet lizards is an unforgettable experience. So don’t hesitate to look for some of our other bearded dragon morphs as well in this reptile category.

Keeping Your Baby Citrus Bearded Dragon Healthy

Keeping your citrus bearded dragon healthy and happy takes very few steps. Step one is to get the proper sized terrarium. Fifteen to twenty gallons is the correct size for a juvenile bearded dragon. Step two is having the right bearded dragon substrate which can be found here. The third step is proper lighting including incandescent heat lamps and fluorescent UVB lighting. The final step involves habitat design that includes branches, vines and leaves for the right look.

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A baby citrus bearded dragon will make a wonderful beginner pet lizard. Our baby citrus bearded dragons are bred form diverse genetic bloodlines making them healthier and more visually stunning. Having bearded dragons as pets is a rewarding and interactive experience for the entire family.  In fact, pet bearded dragons are a main reason for the boom in reptile pet ownership. Everything from housing to feeding and interacting with pet lizards is an unforgettable experience. So don’t hesitate to look for some of our other bearded dragon morphs as well in this reptile category.

Keeping Your Baby Citrus Bearded Dragon Healthy

Keeping your citrus bearded dragon healthy and happy takes very few steps. Step one is to get the proper sized terrarium. Fifteen to twenty gallons is the correct size for a juvenile bearded dragon. Step two is having the right bearded dragon substrate which can be found here. The third step is proper lighting including incandescent heat lamps and fluorescent UVB lighting. The final step involves habitat design that includes branches, vines and leaves for the right look.

1 review

    5 out of 5

    Chantel Bass (verified owner):

    It arrived sooner than expected and the shipment was perfect! My daughter loves her citrus beaded dragon.

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  • We offer a 100% live arrival guarantee on all of our animals. We also guarantee the sex of the animal to match what was stated at the time the animal was purchased. There are however circumstances that will void the live arrival guarantee. Read More

Verified Customer Reviews

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Jeannette Maldonado
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Excellent service and speedy delivery, little one is named Godzilla. It was a birthday gift for my husband and he loved it. Godzilla is so cute. Thank you so very much!... Read more

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Elizabeth Ralston
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Arrived healthy and alert. Packaged well. Shipped on time. I couldn't be happier with my new addition!... Read more

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Laura Durkee
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Beautiful baby beardie, over-all great buy, except I checked him over at fed ex station and found that one eye sustained injury or some sort and the eye is glued shut. Owner gave me instruction to help heal the eye, im just waiting now for product!... Read more

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Colt Ables
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I purchased a red bearded dragon for my nephew for Christmas. Came to me safely via FedEx but I hate to say it, I have grown attached to it, going to have to grab another one for my self. He is playful and has a bit of a personality.... Read more

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