Lovely Friendly Female Bearded Dragon

£300
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Malmesbury, Wiltshire
Member since Jul 2016

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Key Advert Facts

Ad Reference :
2227478
Pet Type :
Reptiles
Pet Breed :
Bearded Dragon
Advert Type :
For Sale
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Private Seller
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
1 year, 3 months old (More Info)

Full Advert Details

For sale through no fault of her own. My son bought Stella nearly a year ago as a 8 week old baby and has lost interest. I don’t feel he gives her the care she needs, We are also having to live in a static home whist having a house built so struggling with space. Our agent isn’t to impressed with her either, With all that in mind and my sons lack of enthuisim to look after Stella I’ve decided to sell her.

Stella is coming up a year old, she is very calm and good to handle. She is a good eater and enjoys her vegetables as well as her crickets, locusts, wax worms.

We did lots of research when we got Stella. I’ve spent a fortune on her equipment. She has a large vivarium which is recommend size for this breed, a evo microclimate thermostat, basking bulb and uv strip light as well as lots if decorations.

I would like Stella to go to a home where you have either had a breaded dragon before and
/or are enthusiastic about them. I feel guilty enough as it is so I want her to go to someone who would keep her forever.

I would consider giving Stella away without her equipment to a experienced person who perhaps has lost a beloved Dragon and would like a replacement. Any questions please ask.

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