When planning to keep a reptile as your pet at home, placing them in secure, safe, and comfortable tanks is important. This assures them of their privacy and comfort and the safety of the people around them. You need to make sure that you have reptile tanks in the right size, placed in a most ideal corner within your home.
Provide ample space for your dragon to grow in. The recommended size is a 10 gallon aquarium for a newly hatched dragon, while a 20 gallon tank is needed in the next six months due to your baby dragon's speedy growth. When your bearded dragon reaches adulthood, the size should be changed to a 50 gallon tank to provide enough space for basking, exercise and growth.
When building a tank for your pet, understanding its native habitat should be a first priority. Different reptiles exist in different habitats in the wild. This means that you have to set up your tank as naturally as possible so as to give your pet a more comfortable and more normal environment.
When you get your first lizard, make sure that you house it in a tank with enough space for your pet to move around and grow. Some breeders will opt getting two tanks for their pets. A small tank while the lizard is still a hatchling and another one when the pet lizard has become an adult. There is nothing wrong with this but it's a waste of money. Instead of getting two housings, just get one that will be enough to house an adult lizard. This way, you don;t have to transfer your pet from one housing to another.
There are approximately 5,000 "known" species of lizards around the world and a lot of them have become popular in terms of becoming household pets. The range in size, shape, color and look is so wide that breeders and ordinary pet lovers find them very interesting and for some, they consider their pet lizards as their collection.
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