top of page
  • Writer's pictureLIBEVC

Most Common Health Concerns - Bearded Dragon

When you have a bearded dragon, the last thing you want is for your pet to become ill. At Long Island Bird & Exotics Veterinary Clinic, we understand the importance of giving your favorite pal everything he or she needs to stay healthy for as long as possible. We want you to have the most recent information about caring for your dragon so that you can always give your pet the best care.

pet bearded dragon | reptile vet long island | LIBEVC

Bearded dragon health concerns

  • Internal parasites

  • Impacted bowels

  • Stomach issues

  • Injuries or burns

  • Problems eating

Why your bearded dragon needs routine veterinary care from a specialist

Your favorite little creature requires specific temperatures, veterinary care, and first-aid to stay safe and healthy for years. To give your pet bearded dragon the best chance at a long life, then it is vital to seek emergency care when any problems arise and have routine check-ups. Some things to watch out for are appetite changes, swollen limbs, seizures, twitching, acting sad, trouble walking, difficulty eating, or an inability to climb. These signs can all point to serious health issues. It is best to seek help immediately if you see these symptoms in your bearded dragon.

Services from LIBEVC

  • ​Boarding

  • Routine care checks

  • Endoscopic and imaging studies

  • Surgical personnel and equipment

  • Years of experience

  • Providing care to Long Island, NY, and NJ residents

  • Rave reviews on Yelp

  • 24-7 emergency care

  • Membership plans

The wellbeing of your pet bearded dragon is our top priority at LIBEVC. We love caring for all exotic animals. We are passionate about nutrition and preventative health care. If you have any questions about housing or caring for your bearded dragon, feel free to give us a call at 516 - 482 - 1101.

962 views0 comments
bottom of page