Can you put a male and female bearded dragon together?

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  1. Can you put a male and female bearded dragon together?
  2. How do you introduce a male and female bearded dragon?
  3. Why does my bearded dragon stare at the wall?
  4. Should I cover my bearded dragons tank at night?

Can you put a male and female bearded dragon together?

Bearded dragons can have intense territorial streaks, particularly the males. Never keep a pair of two male bearded dragons in the same enclosure. A pair of two females might work, however. A male and a female together might work, too, but it's important to be aware of the likely possibility of reproduction.

How do you introduce a male and female bearded dragon?

Introducing your female bearded dragons can be a simple process as they tend to get along better than their male counterparts. A great way to start is to have yourself and another individual hold the pets and introduce them slowly. This can be done at a distance, and you should never force them on each other.

Why does my bearded dragon stare at the wall?

Glass surfing is thought to be a result of stress and a bearded dragon may be stressed for several reasons: An enclosure or tank that's too small for it can stress a bearded dragon out. ... Feeling threatened by its own reflection in the glass can cause stress. Feeling bored or hungry can be stressful to a bearded dragon.

Should I cover my bearded dragons tank at night?

There is no need for it but you can cover your bearded dragon's enclosure at night. Doing so will cut off external sources of light which may not be completely obvious to you; it may also help with optimal temperature management within the enclosure. Just remember to promptly take off the cover during the day!