How to worm a bearded dragon Feeding Your Bearded Dragon Worm Food. March 12, 2022 by Mary Nielsen. You can feed your bearded dragon a variety of worms. Some of these are common mealworms, but these are not true ‘worms’. In fact, mealworms are actually the offspring of a darkling beetle. These creatures would eventually turn into beetles if they survived.
How To Worm A Bearded Dragon
Steps to Feeding Bearded Dragons with Mealworms
- Buy live mealworms The good thing about mealworms is that they are available in most pet stores. You can also buy them online.
- Dust mealworms with calcium Before feeding mealworms to bearded dragons, it is a good idea to sprinkle them with calcium dust.
- Feed your reptile by hand
How Many Super Worms Can A Bearded Dragon Eat?
One of the more popular insects to feed Bearded Dragons is superworms. Most Beardies love them! Adult bearded dragons can eat superworms in moderation. You can give them 1 to 2 superworms up to twice per week.
What Insect/Bugs Are Good For A Bearded Dragon?
Best Insects For Bearded Dragons Crickets Silkworms Orange head roaches Turkistan roaches Discoid roaches Dubia roach Phoenix worms Wax worm Mealworm Goliath worm More items…
Can Bearded Dragons Eat Dead Mealworms?
So can bearded dragons eat dead mealworms? Unfortunately dead mealworms are not good for them because they have lost the nutrition in them and also their hard shell makes them difficult to digest.
Can Bearded Dragons Eat Woolly Bears?
Bearded dragons can’t eat meat except for insects and worms. Keep in mind that some insects can be bigger than your pet, so you should pay attention to the species you offer. The rule of thumb is to use space between your Bearded dragon’s eyes to measure the appropriate insect size.
Do Bearded Dragons Need To Eat Bugs?
Feed them as many insects as they can eat within 15 minutes. Bearded dragons should be fed three times a day. If they’re juveniles they need much more insects than adult ones. They will need more vegetables and fruits. A typical juvenile can eat up to 20-40 insects a day.