Custom Bearded Dragon Enclosure?

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What type of enclosure is best for a bearded dragon?

Fully grown bearded dragons should be housed in a 75-gallon or 120-gallon terrarium. Some owners chose to use a 40-gallon enclosure for juveniles. However, juveniles are happy to live in a 75-gallon terrarium. Just make sure to provide some hiding spaces to help them feel safe.

What size cage does a bearded dragon need?

A juvenile bearded dragon should be housed in a 10 gallon glass aquarium tank. The tank size will have to increase as the beardie grows. Adults require a 20-50 gallon long glass aquarium tank. Because beardies love to climb, provide vertical space with lots of branches.

How big should an enclosure be for 2 bearded dragons?

A large enclosure. Bearded dragons need a fairly large enclosure to start with, and if you are keeping more than one in a tank then the larger the better so they can have some space to “call their own.” We’d recommend at least a 125-gallon tank for housing more than one bearded dragon together.

Due to the amount of the recent price increase by Fedex we have been forced to explore other shipping options. Starting 1/1/2020 we have made the decision to start shipping our enclosures by UPS to reduce the shipping cost to all of our customers. I am sure they will provide the same quality service as we have received from Fedex in the past. If you received a shipping quote in 2019 please email us for a new quote as all of the shipping companies have increased their rates and the quote is no longer accurate. Thanks, Joe

We also Make a 48″ wide X 24 deep X 18 tall (base price $400.00) enclosure for extra floor space and larger dragons. When you receive your enclosure wipe it down with a damp cloth or mild reptile safe cleaning solution to remove any dust that is on it.

All of our cages are constructed out of 1/2″ MDF covered on both sides with melamine, two 1/4″ thick acrylic doors with handles and Virides snake or lizard finger grips. The standard multi-use enclosure measures 36 wide X 24 deep X 18 tall to provide optimal floor space and to simplify heating & lighting solutions. All of our enclosures are constructed out of 1/2″ MDF covered on both sides with melamine, and two 1/4″ thick acrylic doors with Virides handles, and a porcelain basking fixture.

The Virides Bearded Dragon finger grips are made in Australia and can be used for sliding glass or acrylic enclosure doors.

Finding the right bearded dragon cages for your pets is making sure it is suitable, safe, and comfortable. In many ways, you want your bearded dragon terrariums or bearded dragon enclosures to be a good fit for your pet. Having a good bearded dragon cage set up is important to the happiness and health of your pet. Custom Cage experts can help you with choosing the right cage for your space and pet.

The most important step to choosing the right type of bearded dragon enclosure is ensuring that it provides your pet with adequate room. The overarching purpose of this light is to proide your bearded dragon with UVA and UVB rays to promote good health.

Ensuring that your pet has daily access to these rays will help prevent any bone diseases in your bearded dragon. Since bearded dragons are originally from desert conditions, to keep them healthy it is important to have your tank heated. To ensure your ball python enjoys a high quality of life, you must provide him with the proper care.

Another important furniture piece is to include a hide of some sort, bearded dragons typically like to sleep in locations that are dark.

Bearded Dragon Terrarium Set up

The first step is to provide your bearded dragon with suitable tank set up. There are several different types of enclosures to choose from, and each presents different benefits.The most important step to choosing the right type of bearded dragon enclosure is ensuring that it provides your pet with adequate room. Most adult bearded dragons will need a terrarium that is at least 75 gallons but is ideally 120 gallons.
There are two types of lighting that should be apart of your bearded dragon terrarium set up, bask lighting and terrarium lighting.The terrarium lighting is the light that illuminates the enclosure and mimics natural sunlight by being a full spectrum light, UVA and UVB. The idea is to have the bulb span all or most of the distance of the tank to ensure that it is illuminating the entire tank. The overarching purpose of this light is to proide your bearded dragon with UVA and UVB rays to promote good health. Ensuring that your pet has daily access to these rays will help prevent any bone diseases in your bearded dragon. Keep in mind that your light bulb will start to loose the strength in rays so make sure to change the bulbs our every 6 months.The second light that is also very important is the basking light, this light provides heat to your pet. White light is the best choice when it comes to choosing the bulb for the basking light. Custom Cages sels some of the best heating lights for your bearded dragon to ensure the results.
Since bearded dragons are originally from desert conditions, to keep them healthy it is important to have your tank heated. For the best results, your cage should have two sides, one that is a designated to be hot at least 95 degrees fahrenheit and a side that is cool at around 85 degrees fahrenheit. At night you may let your tank fall in temperature to around 70 degrees fahrenheit.

Bearded Dragon Diet

To ensure your ball python enjoys a high quality of life, you must provide him with the proper care. This means ensuring that your python is happily fed and has a comfortable environment.There are a variety of different substrate options you can choose for your bearded dragon cage. Some of the most common non-particle substrates used for bearded dragon terratiums:
To ensure that your bearded dragon is at its happiest, it is best to include furniture or items into the terrarium. Items such as large rocks that allow your bearded dragon to get closer to the basking light is best if to ensure they are getting the maximum effect from the heating light. Another important furniture piece is to include a hide of some sort, bearded dragons typically like to sleep in locations that are dark.