Bearded Dragons and Uromastyx lizards

acpart

Active member
I keep a beardie but not Uromastyx. For best results, google "bearded dragon care" and "Uromastyx care" and compare. They also don't look anything alike.

Aliza
 

Elizabeth Freer

Active member
Welcome aboard, garners22!

I've not kept either of these lizards. Here's a YouTube video you may find helpful.



In addition here's Olimpia's Nutrition Chart on + & - gut load sources.

Thanks to Olimpia Martinotti! -- August 2013. Here's a list of great ingredients to use:
Best: mustard greens, turnip greens, dandelion flowers & leaves, collard greens, escarole lettuce, papaya, watercress, and alfalfa.
Good: sweet potato, carrots, oranges, mango, butternut squash, kale, apples, beet greens, blackberries, bok choy, and green beans.
Dry food: bee pollen, organic non-salted sunflower seeds, spirulina, dried seaweed, flax seed, and organic non-salted almonds.
Avoid as much as possible: potatoes, cabbage, iceberg lettuce, romaine lettuce, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, corn, grains, beans, oats, bread, cereal, meat, eggs, dog food, cat food, fish food, canned or dead insects, vertebrates."
 
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