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Bearded Dragon Medium & Large Starter Kit

Bearded Dragon Medium & Large Starter Kit

SKU: 364215376135191

Bearded Dragon kit (medium)


  • Vivarium 3ft approx  (choice of colour)
  • Heat Lamp
  • UVB lamp
  • Basking logs
  •  Water Bowl
  • Thermometer
  • dimming thermostat
  • Live Food (1Box)
  • Vitamin powder
  • Baby Bearded Dragon




  • Vivarium 4ft (approx 44")


AAL SET UP (Animal Activities Licensing Recommendation)


  • Vivarium 5ft (approx ) as Recommended by AAL and for Ordering (Not available in Store )

    The medium  set up comes with a 3ft Vivarium

    The large setup comes with a 4ft Vivarium

    The Vivarium can be taken home for you flat packed (self assembly and ease of transport ) or can be built in store for you to take home, ready assembled ( no extra charge for this )

    We generally, as a rule, have Oak Vivarium in stock, while other colours will have to be ordered.

    The AAL vivarium is only available to order and comes flat packed due to its size. Availability in Beech only.



    As caring and understanding reptile owners, we want you to feel confident in your purchase. We ask that you do your research thoroughly and ask any questions, no matter how simple or in depth, they may be. A reptile is like any other pet, and should be treated so, the same way as you would approach any new arrival to your home. We want your pet to feel welcome and safe in your home for as long as you are there. Remember the life span of say a tortoise is anything form 60-70 years. This is a committement that you need to make. Sadly sometimes things dont go how we imagined they would and that can be quite distressing, especially if you are new to the reptile world. These animals can take a while to adapt to new settings and can get quite anxious. They need a settling in time for this and we ask you to be patient with your new found friend. But at any point you feel anxious yourself, please feel free to contact us, and hopefully we can reassure you. Should the unexpected happen, and you find your animal has passed away (we have to stress this rarely happens but we have to acknowledge it ) then we would gladly replace or refund you. Sadly, if you change your mind after two weeks of purchase that you no longer wish to keep your reptile, then we would consider the situation, but ultimately, it is up to our disgrection as to whether we will offer any kind of refund. We want you to enjoy your new found friend and remember : they can live for many many years .


    We only do collection for the moment, from our Store and if delivery is within distance, we can do that for you too, at a charge of £10. Enquiries by telephone on 0114 3272262 or email or use the enquiry link on our site

  • Care Sheet

    COMMON NAME: Bearded Dragon


    TYPE: Reptiles

    DIET: Omnivore

    AVERAGE LIFE SPAN: 8 to 10 years

    SIZE: 18 to 22 inches



    A 3ft Vivarium is an ideal starter size enclosure for a baby bearded dragon, a 4ft for an Adult


    A daytime basking temperature of 95-105f should be supplied.

    An ambient temperature of 80-85f

    A nighttime temperature of 75-75f

    The above temperatures should be achieved by the use of a thermostat.

    A 10% UVB lamp should also be provided for 12-14 hours a day, this should then go off at night.


    As babies it is important that they get a lot more protein than vegetation, this can consist of crickets, locusts, meal worms (only offer to sub adults/adults), calci worms and wax worms. A good multivitamin supplement should be provided every feed for baby/young bearded dragons up to the age of around 6-8 months old and then reduced to every other feed until 8-12 months, and then twice a week 12-18 months old, and then from 18 months old the vitamin supplement should be offered once a week for life.



    It is a good idea to offer Vegetables, fruits, and leafy greens once a week to a baby bearded dragon to get them to recognize it as a food source (the generally prefer live food and hunt on movement) as your dragon becomes adult 40% of the diet can be veg/salad.

    whatever you offer should be chopped and combined to create a salad. For smaller Bearded Dragons, it is important to chop everything finely to avoid the risk of choking. Be sure to remove seeds.



    Apples, Pears, Pineapples, Raspberries, Watermelon.

    Butternut squash, Carrots, Cress, Collard greens, Kale, Mustard greens, Peas, Watercress.





    The Lizard Lounge

    0114 3272262






    Recommended vet

    Ark Veterinary Surgery, 187 Sheffield Road,

    Killamarsh, Sheffield S21 1DY


    0114 247 0828

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