This healthy female bearded dragon is in need of a new home. She hatched in the summer of 2008 and is missing 2 toes from a bite from a sibling as a baby. She is a great eater, gets along with other females (although she should be fed separately to ensure every beardie gets enough to eat), and is easy to handle. She has been around children and would make a great pet for a someone knowledgeable about bearded dragons. She is located in Massachusetts. Please contact me if you’re interested. Thank you.
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3 bearded dragons in need of new homes. 2 males and 1 female. All are healthy, active, eating well, and tame. No tail or toe nips. They hatched 9/2/14.
Rainbow Tiger Baby Bearded Dragons hatched September 12, 2013 need new homes. Pick-up available in MA. For more information, please contact me at HelpForYourPet@gmail.com
Beardies enjoy a bath from time to time. They tend to show their best color when in warm water. Megatron especially appreciates baths when he is shedding.
Firestar’s tail curls up in the air when she is put into water.
This male’s beard and the flaps above his shoulder turn black as he gets excited to see a female. Males can also turn their bellies black when very excited.
Female bearded dragons can also turn their beards black when excited, upset, startled, or frightened.
Megatron has a black beard and does head bobs in the water when he takes a bath with Firestar.
This female puffs up, turns her beard black, and does slow push-ups when she see this male.