Friendly Male Bearded Dragon

Chessington, Surrey

£200

Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:2 Years 8 Months 7 Days

Pet Breed: Bearded Dragon

Microchipped: nul

Vaccinations: nul

Neutered: nul

Ad Expired/Closed

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Pet Description

Meet my beardie Alex He is the most friendly guy ever! He is shy but once he is out he loves to be held. is about 8 months old,eats on crickets his favourite are locusts and he loves lettuce! He comes with his massive vivarium and everything you need! Comes with extra stuff including 2 Bulbs An UVB lamp 1 water or food bowl A vivarium cleaner spray and a book all about bearded dragons and everything you need to know and his car holder or u can put him in it whilst you clean out the vivarium and left over crickets.For any other information please message me.I am selling him because unfortunately his vivarium is too big and we are redoing the middle landing and that?? where he is the viv is about 5ft. I want him to go to a loving home with people who are experienced with reptiles and know there behaviours and so on, any other information like temperatures and food anything please message me. Thank you for looking.

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