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Tips for Bathing Your Bearded Dragon

When we first got our Bearded Dragon, Juggernaut I never thought he would ever need a bath. Then after much research I learned that they were a necessity to help keep them clean and hydrated. How often you bathe them is up to you. Some owners do it daily, while others do it 2-3 times a week. Check out some tips below to help make bath time safe and enjoyable for all involved. Tips for Bathing Your Bearded Dragon Never Leave your dragon alone while in the bath. Sure they may look like great  ...

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Bringing Cool to Back-to-School with Skechers Shoes #GIVEAWAY

Summer is winding down and the stores are  all in Back-to-School mode. My oldest has mixed feelings about the whole ordeal. While he does miss his friends, he also likes to sleep in. So any reminder he sees in stores doesn’t always have the same affect as it does for me. One of the memories I have growing up is our new shoes for school. Each and every August my mom would take us out, give us a limit and let us pick our own shoes. The shoe stores were always full but we always found  ...

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Ball Python Care: Temperatures and Humidity

Last week I discussed 5 Myths I learned about Ball Pythons and I must say I was really excited that I received such a positive response and decide to write another post about care. Today we are going to talk about Temperatures and Humidity in their Enclosures and just  how important they are. A lot of people think I am crazy as I am stressing about temperatures. I check them often because with the weather outside changing so much it has been really hard to keep the temps at a steady safe  ...

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5 Myths I Learned about Ball Pythons

We recently added a couple new additions to our family one of them being a baby Ball Python. Our new baby is what they call a Pastel. It is a female and  is roughly about 9 months. My oldest has been researching about these beauties for a couple months. He saved up his own money and finally took the plunge. The whole process can be overwhelming so I was thrill when I joined a great Ball Python group on Facebook and have come across a couple myths that we found interesting. You must feed  ...

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