Our adult bearded dragon food bundle are made for maintaining a healthy life.
How much too feed?
For adult bearded dragons (18 months+) it is recommended that their diet should be 85% vegetation and 15% livefoods.
Something we are often asked is how much should a bearded dragon be fed – closely followed by how often! We always try to advise on amounts and frequencies based on our many years of experience in raising baby bearded dragons, maintaining adult pets, keeping breeding beardies healthy and keeping elderly dragons fit and well. Click here to read more
As a full adult, give them a day or two off from food. If they won’t eat their greens when there are livefoods around, then consider offering greens on four days, one day of livefoods, then two days off. This isn’t set in stone; it’s completely fine for you to adjust these schedules to find a pattern that suits both you and your dragon.
Offering lots of different food items gives your bearded dragon different tastes, textures and hunting techniques is great for environmental enrichment. The livefoods on this list have all been selected to be ideal for an adult dragon. So do try to make sure that your dragon has the chance to try several different types. When you add lots of different types of salad to the diet, your dragon will be set up for a long, healthy and happy life! Read our bearded dragon feeding guide for more
- Dubia Roaches
- Fruit Beetle Grubs
We have been keeping and breeding bearded dragons for many years now, with great success. But we continue to research the care of bearded dragons as information is always improving.
Do you have a question about feeding your bearded dragon? Email us – firstname.lastname@example.org