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Hello and welcome to the Forum! Often times bearded dragons don't eat when they first arrive. I like to not mess with them for the first 3 days or until they start eating normally. That way they don't get too scared and can feel more secure in their own tank.
A lot of house hold bulbs not not produce enough heat. I would suggest to buy a lightbulb online from PetSmart they're a lot cheaper that way and are designs for reptiles. That dome fixture is good though.
Hello, how long have you had him? What type of vegetables are you feeding him? What is the temperature of his warm side, cool side, and basking spot? Baby bearded dragons should be eating around 10 to 15 crickets. Sorry for all of the questions but this should help us identify what the problem is.
Hello, your tank looks great! Bearded dragons will often not eat as much when you first get them but it also might be parasites. I would suggest going to the vet to get him checked for internal parasites.
Hello and welcome to the form! Sorry if I'm not understanding this correctly but it seems like the problem is her glass surfing and running into the side of the cage. Since it is a she, she might be laying eggs, is she trying to dig a lot too?
Hello, and welcome to the form! What is the temperature on her cool side, warm side, and basking spot? Also I would suggest feeding other things then superworms since they can cause impaction in that young of a dragon. I would also suggest trying to lower the humidity in the tank so that it...