Bearded dragon with vivarium

London, London


Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:3 Years 12 Months 3 Days

Pet Breed: Bearded Dragon

Ad Expired/Closed

Pet Description

Female bearded dragon, over one year old. We're moving home and sadly cannot keep her anymore.

Never been sick, never had a problem with her, always smooth molt. Very lovely and playful character.

Comes with high quality wooden vivarium 86x56x49 which is big enough for her whole lifespan. The vivarium comes with automatic heating system, heat sensor, lamp, hide, sticks for climbing, substrate, water and food dish.... It's the whole package ready to go.

RRP £480


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