Bearded dragons can technically eat pork, but it is not healthy for them. It is best to avoid feeding ham, bacon and sausages to your pet beardie.
Depending on where you are located, you may or may not be able to keep a Monitor lizard as a pet in Canada. British Columbia allows the possession of most Monitor lizards which are commonly found in the pet trade, with some exceptions. Some of the most popular pet Monitor lizards, such as Ackie Monitors (Varanus acanthurus), Savannah Monitors (Varanus exanthematicus), and Timor Monitors (Varanus timorensis) are generally allowed. This… Read More »Are Monitor Lizards Legal in Canada?
Uromastyx can eat strawberries. They should be fed in moderation due to their high sugar content, which can lead to health issues such as obesity and diabetes if consumed excessively.
Bearded dragons can eat strawberries. They should be fed in moderation due to their high sugar content, which can lead to health issues such as obesity and diabetes if consumed excessively.
Uromastyx lizards can eat berries, but only in moderation. Raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, and mulberries are all safe for bearded dragons to eat. These berries are a good source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, but they are also high in sugar. Too many berries can lead to obesity and other health problems.
Komodo dragons are an endangered species that cannot be legally bought or owned. There is however a way to “adopt” it. Alternatively, other types of Monitor lizards and dragons can be legally kept as pets.
Uromastyx can safely consume celery, which is high in water and fiber. It should be fed sporadically because it is not particurarly nutrient-dense.
Chocolate is toxic to iguanas because lizards are particularly sensitive to theobromine, a compound found in chocolate. Chocolate can cause a number of health problems in reptiles, including seizures and death.
It is illegal to own, sell, and raise axolotls as pets in California. If you are caught owning an axolotl, you could face criminal charges including hefty fines and imprisonment for up to six months.
The Moroccan Uromastyx, also known as the Moroccan Spiny-Tailed Lizard or “Eye” Lizard, is a species of Uromastyx native to the dry scrublands of Morocco, North Africa. They are known for their unique frog-like face, short spiked tail, and very small scales compared to other agamids. They are quite long-lived with individuals recorded at 30 years old but with a more average lifespan of 15 years. Moroccan Uromastyx lizards are… Read More »Moroccan Uromastyx For Sale