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The bearded dragon is a relaxed, easy-to-care lizard, which is often considered a good introduction to this type of pet. It requires the right conditions, including proper lighting and heating in the tank, but it not only tolerates treatment, but a socialized BEARD will also enjoy the time spent with its human owner. In addition to good aquarium conditions, you also need to provide the BEARD with a balanced diet.

In the wild, the bearded dragon is an omnivore. This means that you can and can eat any kind of food. Their diet usually consists of plants and shrubs, herbs, seeds and insects. If they experienceed baby animals and small animals, they would take the opportunity to eat it if they could overpower the animal. So the answer is: yes, bearded dragons can eat mice-with different restrictions— but the bigger question is: should they?

On the Internet you can find a lot of conflicting information about whether mice are a healthy food source for bearded dragons. And mice are a common food for snakes and other lizards, so it is understandable that you, as a bear, would like to know if it is safe to feed these cubs to your scaly friend.

High fat and protein content

Mice are rich in protein, fat and calcium. Baby mice, which are known as pinkies because of their visible skin without fur, are particularly high in protein. This value decreases with increasing age of the mouse, but remains high, even if it is a juvenile, so-called fuzzy mouse. On the other hand, the fat content continues to increase during this period.

The high fat content means that a healthy bearded dragon with a healthy and balanced diet should avoid eating mice. Beard hair is prone to obesity, and if he has a good diet of insects and green vegetables, he already has enough fat in his diet.

If you want to give pinkies to your BEARD, you need to plan accordingly. Make sure that it does not contain too much fat from other sources, and check this treat for protein and calcium. This way you can vary the nutrition of your beard a little more and still offer him something that he will probably enjoy.

Impaction

There is a risk of overloading. Impaction occurs when the digestive tract is blocked by a semi-solid mass. This can affect the lizard’s mobility, as one or both hind legs may appear paralyzed. Untreated and untreated, impaction can lead to the death of bearded dragons. Pinkies at the age of one to three days do not have fully formed skeletons, which minimizes the risk of straining your beard.

Given all the possible problems with feeding mice with bears, it should be remembered that the younger the little finger, the superior, and you should think twice before feeding more than three days.

The problem with mature mice

Another problem with mature mice is that they are covered with fur, and bears are known to have gastrointestinal problems that would make it difficult to swallow and digest. Therefore, mature mice should not be fed to a bearded dragon.

Health benefits of mice for bears

There are a number of advantages of giving bearded pinkies. For starters, it provides some variation in the food you feed instead of continuing to feed the same insect food and plant food. If you continue to feed the same food, some animals can get rid of it.

Pregnant bears need to consume more fat than men and women who are not pregnant. Pinkies can be a good source of extra fat. In the same way, a little finger can be a good way to get fat if you have a bear that is malnourished, perhaps because it refuses to eat enough insects.

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It is customary to buy packets of frozen pinkies. Choose the size and age that suits your needs and make sure the mice stay frozen until you need them. You can safely feed there every few weeks or once a month, as long as you are on the lookout for fat and other nutritional values.

When it’s time to feed a little finger, you need to defrost and heat up the mouse a little. It should be in the middle of 86°F and 95°f, because eating too cold or too hot can damage the digestive system of a bearded dragon.

Do not heat in the microwave. If you let it stand for a second too long, it can lead to a real mess. Microwaves can also cause the growth of bacteria and reduce some of the nutritional value of the mouse.

Instead, heat the little finger in a bucket or bowl of hot water for 15-20 minutes. This should bring the mouse to a suitable temperature. It should not feel cold and should be soft to the touch.

Perhaps you need to seduce the BEARD by attracting his attention with the mouse. Using pliers, grab the mouse and swing it in front of the BEARD to attract his attention. It is not necessary to cut the mouse, because her BEARD can easily eat a whole little finger.

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Can bears eat Pinkies?

Bearded dragons are omnivorous, which means that in the wild they eat everything that happens. In addition to insects and vegetation, they were sometimes small animals and baby animals.

While there is some debate about whether or not to feed mice to bears, it’s okay to feed pinkies for up to three days, heated up in heat water, and as long as you keep an eye on the fat and nutrient content in your bears’ diet. If you have a pregnant bearded dragon or a malnourished dragon, the fat content of the little finger makes it a favorable addition to his diet.

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