Bearded Dragons eat a large variety of
live insects, fruits, and vegetables.
When a Bearded Dragon is young, they need to eat a diet of mostly live insects.
However, at apx 6 months and older, your Bearded Dragon will need much more fruits & veggies in its diet. You may also start to introduce pellets as well.
When a bearded dragon is young, it will need to eat more insects than vegetables because it's still growing.
Adult Bearded Dragons do not need to eat as many insects as younger dragons, and overfeeding your dragon can cause him/her to become overweight or cause other serious side effects and even death.
Berarded Dragons eat a wide variety of fruits, veggies & insects.
NEVER feed your dragon insects that you have caught in the yard, because insects in and around our homes can contain pesticides and parasites that can harm your lizard.
Never Feed your lizard; Avocado, Beet tops, Spinach, Tomato, Rhubarb, Fireflies, or lettuce
Always dust live food with calcium before feeding your bearded dragon.
Acceptable live food to feed your bearded dragon are;