So, can your Bearded Dragon eat fruit such as apples, grapes, pears or mango? The short answer is yes. Below I will discuss on why or why not you should feed your Bearded Dragon any of these foods.

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Can Bearded Dragons Eat Apples?

Yes, you can feed your Bearded Dragons apples as a treat as long as the apple is either soft, peeled, and cut into pieces. The right cutting size of each apple is less than the width of their eyes. This ensures the piece can safely eaten with ease. Apples are good treats will enjoy the sweetness of the apple as well as the other sweet fruits below.

Make sure that your Bearded Dragon is at least a few months old before feeding them apples due to they may have a hard time digesting it compared to a normal diet.

 

Remember, Please only give apples as treats and not as part of their main diet. Fruits are filled with sugar and does not provide enough nutrients such as protein and essential vitamins.


Can Bearded Dragons Eat Grapes?

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Yes, Bearded Dragons can eat grapes as long as they are cut into pieces no wider than their eyes. This will make it easier for your dragon to eat the grapes. Some of your Bearded Dragons will like grapes and others will not maybe try another fruit if they don’t eat the grapes.

Remember, Please only give mango as treats and not as part of their main diet. Fruits are filled with sugar and does not provide enough nutrients such as protein and essential vitamins. Also, please do not feed grapes to young bearded dragons due to fruit may interfere with there digestion.


Can Bearded Dragons Eat Pears?

Yes, Bearded Dragons can eat pears as long as they are cut into pieces no wider than the width of their eyes. Pears may be given only as treats and not as part of their main diet. Some Dragons love eating pears but others don’t so maybe try apples or grapes instead.

As mentioned make sure your that your Bearded Dragon is not too young before feeding them pears because smaller bearded dragons may have a harder time chewing and digesting the fruit.