quinc g: i have to get a 12 x 12 x 18 inches tank
Mike Austin: Do you feed him crickets?
I bet they escape through the gaps in the bottom of the glass doors really
Ezekiel Asmodeus: ceramic tile is the best to use,pet stores sell you all that stuff just to
make money because they know people will try n keep there habitat looking
Ezekiel Asmodeus: sand is a very bad substrate but the rest is nice
Corey8890: Do you study bearded dragons in the wild!?! Do you know how many bearded
dragons on average die each year from impaction due to SAND in the wild!? i
didnt think so. So maybe you should learn more before you open that big
mouth of yours because you sound like a complete idiot. Or you can just
leave sand in your tank because "it looks cool like a real desert" and then
suffer down the road.
SuperWaterfowler10: It does, plus even the bottom is cooler than the top so he can regulate his
body temp just fine.
TougeDC5: Very nice...but that is dangerous using sand..
Josh Burton: I used sand but I changed it to bark because of the comments on YouTube I
just wonder why they sell you it when you get your b dragons my female had
25eggs in may but they wasn't fertile may be next year
brizad187: all that for one ..dam i got an adult 1 inc long an he is in a 20 gall tank
i kno i kno i cant afford to go buy a 120 dollar tank.i was thinking about
btcc11: It doesn't look natural.
Joey Blanco: you need a cool side of the tank
btcc11: You should get him a friend.
JessikaSomething: The setup looks nice, but you NEVER use sand for captive bearded dragons;
especially juveniles. Reading up on the effects of using sand as substrate
should change your mind. And compact uvb bulbs are also not the best for a
bearded dragon but are okay for other reptiles.
mohawkbaby27: @mrjammyblue wat the freak douche, i was stating a fact that everyone should
know. calcium sand gets impacted in the bearded dragon is they eat it, so
maybe u should do a little bit more research about ur animal. any expert
about beardies would tell u, so y dont u "shhut the freak up"
bossman1589: hey buddy could you tell me about how much is cost to build that set up?
Jamie Hitchcock: pretty cool :D the bathing rock is really clever, there is so many levels
to regulate the temperature. well done.
SuperWaterfowler10: @tomsterst Its more of a very light tan even though it looks white in the
mohawkbaby27: Not trying to be rude but u really shouldn't use sand because if they eat
it, it can build up and they can have trouble digesting it
xELMATIC: reptile carpet and tile is so common to find out in the wild. The wild is
starlyn goodall: Can u post what all u bought to do the doors I'm going tomorrow to but the
stuff for the door part. I just finished the rest
Chas Sheppard: nice doors
SuperWaterfowler10: I fed him in a different aquarium until he got to 12 inches. So I was aware
of the risk but thanks for the comment.
youngnreckless14: Change the sand to somthing eles the sand can clump up in his system and
kill Austin change it to news paper or reptile carpet or somthing
Qwerty: Where you you buy the wood from?
xReptileKidx: I am definitely going to use that same idea for the door on the cages I
Matt Hand: Mine is going to be 5 foot cant wait to make it
muziqcrazed85: I really like your tank. I have been needing to get my bearded dragon a
bigger tank. I wanted to make one myself. How did you attach the plexiglass
on the sides? Do you have plywood covering the edges?
360Rift: TURN UP YOUR SPEAKERS
mrjammyblue: @mohawkbaby27 you are a dipcrap, almost everyone uses sand for a bearded
dragon cage i use sand aswell it dosnt affect them atall, bearded dragons
in the wild would be around sandy terrain all the time and they get on fine
so shut the freak up
vasiakukla: awww this is lovely! he does seem to like it. I'm sorry that he prefers the
thrown together basking spot to your masterfully crafted one. very nice
Deshawn Pate: u can use dat 4 savannah monitor
Marcus Stark: So awesome how long did it take to assemble??
mowip87: all you sand hating freakers, its only dangerous to hatchlings you dumb
freaks, i own 5 beardies allll on sand and alllll over 7 years
Hanna S: you shouldn't keep juvies on sand
360Rift: TURN UP YOUR SPEAKERS
ElBro1011: Really nice cage bro, im going to do one today for my crested gecko and im
trying to get some ideas. So if anybody has any more it be great.
97good1: i am making a cage for my dragons but i have to make 2 because they now
fight. but same concept of your tank but my left widow will open and the 2
tank will open to the right. but great job a thanks for the tank idea
AnimalKeeperZone: Wow, i really really love your cage. Nice job! And cute Baby beardie :D
nikkie bednarek: Would you be able to email the steps to make that?!?!? i'm looking into
getting a bearded dragon an don't want to spend so much on a tank! thank
Tom Plant: @TougeDC5 NO ONLY PLAY SAND I THINK IT LOOKS TERRIBLE WITHOUT SAND JUST MY
thereptileboy1: Mad as cage you got there man:)
BustardAMD: Do you use a digital thermometer with a probe or a temp gun? Just curious I
saw the ones hanging on the side of the back wall. It's a very nice set up,
I have a 4-6 week old beardie at the moment and already planning on
building one similar like this. Oh and also! The liquid nails, I look at
some liquid nail solution at local store and it said not safe for
aquariums. Did you use one that happened to be safe?
pseudoenthusiasm: i really like what you did with the glass doors, looks very convenient,
David C: That must be one VERY happy Bearded Dragon!!!
ryan753357: hey very nice tank i hope to build one soon and forget all these comments
about sand.. its your pet not theirs. nice overal
samspadesway: hey buddy just wanted to know the dimensions on the 2 glass doors
44woolsey: Hey bro how many times have you freaked your bearded dragon?
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