Posted by ED (AZTEC REPTILES) on August 28, 2000 at 23:03:25:
In Reply to: Re: Bearded dragon housing question posted by Joe Romley on August 27, 2000 at 18:16:20:
: Hi Bridget,
: A good rule of thumb for Beardeds is 4 square feet of ground space per adult animal. Thats a 2x2 cage. This is about the smallest I can recommend. You don't want to start off with anything large though. You can raise one for the first few months in a 20 gallon tank and then move it to a larger cage. As far as the placing of your cage goes its really up to you. I used to have them in my living room and they did fine. Now they're in my designated reptile room and still doing fine. I would avoid any area that might have a large stereo in it or one with a loud bird or cat. I'm in Lemon Grove. If you want to come check ours out give me a call 667-4211.
>Whazzzzzzzzzzzz up Bridget when i got my first Dragon i housed it in a 20 gal long tank now i have custum made 4x2x2 cages 4 of them . I have (6) adults 4 females & 2 males and lots of babies i have real nice HYPO Dragons 2 months old at a real good price . I live in SAN DIEGO north of Spring valley ph # 1-619-470-8573 i will give you agreat deal call after 5:30pm. Good luck were ever you get your Dragon from my GOD bless you Bridget (ED AZTEC REPTILES)
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