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  • As a new beardie owner, one of my first questions was: "What do I need to feed my dragon in

  • order to keep it healthy?" Hey I'm Abigail Kessler, Co-Founder of Raising Reptiles, so

  • what do bearded dragons eat? Today we have a marvelous array of food to discuss. We'll

  • talk about how to make a healthy salad, the feeder insects available, and proper supplementation.

  • This is a healthy bearded dragon salad. Within it I have combined three different types of

  • dark leafy greens; mustard greens, dandelions, and collard greens. Also there is shredded

  • butternut squash, chopped up green beans, and a little bit of red bell pepper just to

  • add some color enhancement. Finally sprinkled on top is some Repashy Super Veggie. This

  • supplement adds nutritional value as well as balancing everything out. In Raising Bearded

  • Dragons, we show you how to get your picky bearded dragons to eat their greens and veggies.

  • Over here we have a large variety of feeder insects, mostly worms, we've got dubia, roaches,

  • and crickets. I'm going to go over the pros and cons of each of them. Wax worms are essentially

  • bearded dragon candy. They are very high in fat and should only be fed as a treat. They

  • are slightly addictive to so don't give them to the bearded dragon too often. Here we've

  • got butterworms. Bearded dragons love these because of their high colors you know you

  • see their yellows and reds. They're really high in calcium and also pretty high in fat

  • so don't feed them all the time, only a couple times a week if that. Over here are dubia

  • roaches which is one of the best feeder insects you can give to your bearded dragon. Each

  • of them has the nutritional equivalent of about 5 crickets. You will dust calcium over

  • them. These are staple insects. You will feed them to young dragons daily and regularly

  • to the adult ones. Over here are super worms. Now larger dragons love these. They are fairly

  • high in protein and also pretty fatty so you don't want to give them a truckload of them.

  • I don't recommend them for young dragons as they are very hard shell and have the potential

  • to block out their system. Both dubia roaches and super worms are incredibly easy to breed

  • so if you have multiple dragons that you are feeding or even just one and you don't want

  • to constantly be going to the store, I highly recommend trying that out. Now here, these

  • delightful great green worms are called Hornworms. They are the most nutritious worm on the market.

  • Very fatty. You can give them to your dragon as a treat. As you can see, they absolutely

  • love them. Although this little kid is distracted. He's been outside for quite a bit. We'll see

  • if he eats them later on. I definitely recommend those only as a treat because they are so

  • full of nutrition, they are also really high in fat and moisture, so don't give them to

  • your dragon super regularly. Once or twice a week at max. Yeah you see the one in the

  • dish. I see how it is. See dragons are picky. Weird little creatures. Over here, we've got

  • Phoenix worms. Now there are some small ones and some large ones. They come in both sizes.

  • This is also a staple worm for your dragons. They are high in calcium and low in fat. You

  • can free feed these to babies and give 10-15 a day to adults or however much they'll eat.

  • Now over here, we have crickets. Pretty much everybody knows what these are. They're not

  • the best feeders for Bearded dragons, but they're easy to find and manage. I don't like

  • them, especially compared to the dubia roaches as they smell, they make noise, and if you

  • leave them in the tank, a lot of people will just pour them into their tank, they have

  • the potential to actually eat the dragon, so not the best feeder. They do work as a

  • source of protein if you have no other options, but we definitely recommend dubia or discoid

  • roaches. Over here, we have our supplements. This one is SuperCalHighD. You will notice

  • before I get into that that I use Repashy products. Repashy is really high quality.

  • They're actually probably the highest quality supplement on the market. All of the powders

  • are micro fined. Each one of these, I only have the 1 dragon plus other lizards in the

  • house, but each one of these containers will last me a really long time because when you

  • have your feeder such as crickets, you only are going to be dusting them with calcium.

  • That's a daily thing, but making the investment for these, they cost a bit more than say ZooMed

  • or Repcal products, but it is really really worth it. Alright so SuperCalHighD, this is

  • a calcium supplement that is high in added D3. It is one of the best for bearded dragons.

  • You'll just dust it on your crickets or roaches on a regular basis and every single day for

  • babies and just a couple times a week for the adults. SuperVit is Repashy's multivitamin

  • and this is something that you'll give to your dragon at least 2-3 times a week and

  • more with your young dragons. In Raising Bearded Dragons: The Ultimate Care Guide, we have

  • a super extensive food list that goes over the supplements you need to schedule as well

  • as more of the different types of vegetables as well as insects that you can give to your

  • bearded dragon. We have just gone over some of the basics of what bearded dragons eat.

  • Click on the link below to check out Raising Bearded Dragons: The Ultimate Care Guide.

  • Purchase the guide today and we will include a bonus food list. This is the most complete

  • list I've ever seen, so don't pass this up. Click on the link below today.

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