Thanks for visiting my page. Please sign my guestbook and leave a message. Don't forget to add a photo if you have one. :-)

Use the mouse to place bubbles on your photo

Type to add text in the bubble

Written by pricy on Jan. 17, 2019
After an initial evaluation and treatment plan, it is extremely important to have follow-up medical monitoring by your health care professional if requested. During these visits, the results of tests are reviewed and the effects of medications are monitored. Further testing may be indicated based on the symptoms present at the time of follow-up. Whether or not joint pain is preventable depends on whether it is caused by injury or rheumatic disease. Injuries to joints can often be prevented by proper sports gear and training.

Written by gale on Jan. 16, 2019
One’s beauty routine isn’t invariably straightforward to manage, particularly once girls are fighting to combat against disease of the skin, redness, irritation, fine lines, and wrinkles. Those that expertise poor-quality skin might notice themselves discontent with their expertise and low in confidence still. whereas there are noblewoman product on the market that might work well to clear the skin and to market a vernal and effulgent look, there are thus few of them that are safe and reliable. With that, this review might have another skin care product from a non-mainstream complete that might work well and it's known as Hydralyft.
Written by Benny on Dec. 3, 2018
Nice page! You are so kind.
Written by Teala on Aug. 3, 2018
Thank you so much for you site! Our beardie Diamond has a bad case of mouth rot that went into the bone. Your information about milk thistle and GSE is helpful. He's on antibiotics from the vet (as well as Benebac), but the vet just cleared me to add in the milk thistle! The other thing I have used successfully is a low dilution (about .5%) of food grade H202 as an additional rinse.
Written by Delsie Burke on May. 15, 2018
What a fantastic page! I've wanted a beardy for years and am so excited to be starting this journey. Your page is informative and I can tell that you care about your babies. Just my kind of gal! Can't wait to talk to you soon.
Written by Frances on Mar. 2, 2018
Nice website, continue like that, great stuff indeed!
Written by Sherry Harris on Jan. 6, 2018
Hello. Your babies are beautiful. Here are my 6.
Written by Vianey Job on Aug. 16, 2017
I love the pictures you share, and very beautiful web design.
Written by Vaughan Richards on Nov. 16, 2016
Thank you for sharing your knowledge with others through this informative site. Keep up the good work.
Written by Annie Payne on Oct. 1, 2016
A very good website, I'm glad I found it. I have two Beardies, Gaffa my big male and spangles, an old female. I rescued spangles from her former home, because she was underweight and dragging her tail (she has gained back most of the movement in it) she will stay with me for good now. I have a basking light in my window, so that they can sit (separately)and look out;they love it. All the best, Annie.
Written by Mardi Hadfield on Jul. 22, 2016
Hi, I recently lost all my dragons except 1. She is also positive for ADV. Thanks for your website as I got some great info for treatments and suppliments. I will be working closely with my reptile vet on hopefully keeping Ryuu healthy.
Written by lynne on Jun. 7, 2015
I am from St Thomas Ontario Canada and love this site, I am hoping my female is going to lay soon she has all the signs except seeing the bumps on belly but she is gaining weight and is very round, they mated last 3. Weeks ago. Any suggestions on what to look for next would be great, she is already scratching her wall and is in her lay tank but not layed yet she is also only eaten sparsely each day where she used to be very hungry.
Written by Shonna Grinn on Sep. 30, 2014
Love the site girl. I refer people who are talking about getting a beardie so they can see what fun and what they need to do for one if they get it. Sadly, our local pet stores don't have the best information on care. You have given me great advise on care many times through your care sheet. Keep up the good work...and if I was in Canada..I would so come see you when I get my next one.
Written by Cheryl on Sep. 28, 2014
Love the Website, a lot of great Information. My love and Passion for these amazing reptiles has inspired me to create a Page on Facebook as well, the "Rescue and Recovery Page" as I am dedicated to educate those who are sadly misinformed and for those who are beginners, I love to help and guide them in the right direction to ensure a Happy, healthy Beardie.
Written by Zoë on Mar. 11, 2014
What an absolutely brilliant site! Thank you :o)
I cant upload a photo :o( :o(

Latest comments

29.11 | 14:48

Just saw earlier post about GSE. Question answered. Thank you so much for all the information on supplements to help dragon w/adenovirus. Yvonne

29.11 | 14:41

You mention both grapefruit seed extract and grape extract. They are two different things. Am I right to assume you mean grapefruit seed extract? Thank you.

31.10 | 15:30

My Beardie just got diagnosed with Adenovirus. I was wondering how much fluid he needs to be given extra a day, and anyone having tried Reptaid for that virus?

05.10 | 10:29

When you say pollen, do you mean honey?

Make your own website like I did.
It's easy, and absolutely free.