Sam and her mum have a reptile sanctuary with over 500 animals at home. Many are rescues but given the right conditions and care it’s inevitable that at some point healthy animals will breed.
One of her female Bearded Dragons laid a clutch of eggs about 2 months ago. We put them in our incubator and waited. A few days ago they started to emerge from their eggs. It’s important to leave them in the incubation box with the other eggs as they will also stimulate them to hatch.
They’re not all out yet but those the ones that have hatched are doing very well and will be left in a viv in our holding room until they have grown and are ready to go on sale.
Bearded Dragons are very popular pets so we’d love to hear from anybody else who is breeding them at home!
hey this is a very interesting article!
Now they are cute, i have a baby beardie called dash!
he is adorable!!! i have a beardie named AaDen!
do you live near ottawa because i am looking for a bearded dragon at a good cost and someone who knows them.
please contact me by e-mail and let me know where you are.
hi there, i purchased my beardy from you almost 2 yrs ago, hes in fantastic condition. I wish I had purchased 2 now though. If anyone has an adult female beardy that needs rehoming, pls pls contact me. I’ve been looking for a female dragon for rex for a long time but to no avail. My addy is email@example.com. kindest regards kerrie
hi we are bearded dragon breeders me n my husband n we have got 2 new baby beardies roo! we have 3 females 2 males n 3 6 month old beardies n 2 2weeks old ones lol! we have had 2 clutches out of our 2 females ans about 2 weeks ago one of the first clutch of eggs hatched but we have a little problem now, the rest of the eggs from the same clutch havent hatched yet and they have been in there for 107 days but my other new baby beardies hatched in 90 days is there any advice you could give us? thanx for your help claire and sean