If your Bearded Dragon is not eating, it’s not because he’s just not hungry. That’s only the case if you’re over-feeding your pet, and let’s assume you’ve learned the right amount of food and food choices to feed your pet beardie so we can diagnose the real issue causing the problem – anxiety!
Pick a visual theme and stick with it. Think of the Terrarium Singapore as a pint-sized landscape. Don’t mix accents from different themes such as mushrooms with driftwood.
Place your basking lamp on the top above the screen to provide loads of light and warmth for your reptile to warm up to. Again,’ its best to talk with your local pet store, or read up on the species you plan to keep to ensure you choose the right kind of lighting/heating so your pet reptile stays happy and healthy for many years to come.
Although Terrarium workshop it’s important that you provide them with water it’s just as important that you don’t put too much in there. If there is too much moisture inside, you may experience problems with mold.
Avoid sharp edges or decorations that will block the turtle’s path. Also, do not use gravel or other materials that are less than 2 centimeters in diameter.
The only thing about flowers is that they can look a little too feminine if overdone in common rooms. If you want a more rustic look, try animal-inspired pieces like a Faux Antler Bowl. The color is neutral and will go with any palette and it’s slightly more manly than pink cherry blossoms. Using small pieces like this bowl are a way to bring natural, pastoral themes into your decor without overdoing it. The browns and other dark colors typically found within this theme can sometimes darken a room which you especially don’t want in the wintertime.
If the reptile has any respiratory disease or problem, you will remark that its eyes will be swollen. In this case there will be mucus formation around the eye area.