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4ft Vivarium & Large Bearded Dragon £300.00

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months agoFeedback:10 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I am reluctantly selling my 2 year old bearded dragon and vivarium. The lizard is approx 17 inches long and is very healthy he has been handled a lot and is very friendly. He enjoys being out and loves climbing stairs. Including the lizard is a 4ft vivarium which is only a few months old and comes with heat pad, UVB Bulb, thermstat, heat lamp, (2 spare) water & feeding bowl, cork hide, cactus root, backing decor, artificial plants, calcium powder & bearded dragon manual/book. The overall size of the vivarium & cabinet is 4ft long x 19 inches deep & 3 ft tall. If you have any questions please ask. As i can only add one photo to my advert and if you would like to see more photos please offer an email address and i will forward pictures of the lizard and all that is offered.
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collection only (watford, herts)
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months agoFeedback:10 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
You ought to really add one into the thread to show off what you're selling.
#2
Use http://www.tinypic.com/ to put your image up in a post.
#3
http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y70/spudbelly/DSC02734.jpg
#4
http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y70/spudbelly/ebay/DSC03355.jpg
#5
thanks guys i forgot you could add images
banned#6
Looks awesome,
are these hard to look after?
#7
Conscept
Looks awesome,
are these hard to look after?


he is awesome and easy to look after. they eat locusts, worms, mealworms etc which can be bought cheaply on fleabay or any good pet shop.
they are not messy and the only down side is clearing up their poo but that is only a matter of removing it and then spraying the area with disinfectant or you can put sand in the bottom and then just scoop it out.
[mod]#8
shame your having to let him go dad! good luck with your sale:thumbsup:
#9
goonertillidie
shame your having to let him go dad! good luck with your sale:thumbsup:


I know mate but needs must
banned#10
spudbelly
he is awesome and easy to look after. they eat locusts, worms, mealworms etc which can be bought cheaply on fleabay or any good pet shop.
they are not messy and the only down side is clearing up their poo but that is only a matter of removing it and then spraying the area with disinfectant or you can put sand in the bottom and then just scoop it out.


Ok sounds good, I'l discuss it with my mum and that ( I'm 18 still at home atm :thumbsup: ) haha.
And if that's all good I'l probably buy it :D

If not, I'l ask around for you atleast!
#11
Conscept
Ok sounds good, I'l discuss it with my mum and that ( I'm 18 still at home atm :thumbsup: ) haha.
And if that's all good I'l probably buy it :D

If not, I'l ask around for you atleast!


cheers buddy look forward to hearing from you
#12
Questions that immediately spring to mind:

Do you have to keep the heating/lighting at a constant (all day 'round) temperature, or can you switch it off at any time?

Is it expensive to run?

Do you know how old a lizard of this type typically lives to?

Are any other fees involved (regular Vet bills, etc)?

BFN,

fp.
#13
fanpages
Questions that immediately spring to mind:

Do you have to keep the heating/lighting at a constant (all day 'round) temperature, or can you switch it off at any time?

Is it expensive to run?

Do you know how old a lizard of this type typically lives to?

Are any other fees involved (regular Vet bills, etc)?

BFN,

fp.


he has a lamp on during the day which is on a thermostat so it comes on and off during the day. . The timer comes on about 8am and goes off at about 7pm then he goes to sleep. The uv lamp is on all day but is on the same timer. i have not noticed any significant increases in our electric bill I tend to take him in the garden in the warm weather so you can switch off the lamp.

There are no other fees that i have had to pay out as long as he is fed properly he will stay healthy.

They live between 10-12 years

hope this helps
#14
bump !!

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