Monday, Dec 30, 2019 the Board of Directors for Bearded Dragon Inc. made an unanimous vote to remove an original board member from the board of directors. In a special meeting, in accordance with the bylaws of the organization, Article
Rocco has a different story. Even as a new hatchling, Rocco had great care. The reason we got Rocco was because of his attitude. Rocco was a difficult baby dragon. He was very aggressive and would bite at any opportunity.
Belinda’s owners abandoned her at a local pet store. She was skinny and neglected. She was very hungry and eager to eat when we got her. Additionally, she was so hungry that she ate a plastic plant decoration before we
Apollo is a rescue in our foster home in Michigan. Unfortunately, he was in poor condition when his foster family found him. He had a tiny 10 gallon tank, no UV lighting, and was fed a poor diet. As we
Sprinkles is another foster dragon on the east coast. Bad breeding practices made Sprinkles deformed. She was the result of uninformed breeders trying to breed and sell “zeros” or white bearded dragons. Disfiguration occurs when genetic information of the bred
Phineas is another dragon that was abandoned to the rescue. We were initially told that Phineas was aggressive and mean. Shortly after entering our care, we realized that she was just not used to being handled. Within a short time,
Popeye is probably our most heart moving rescue. We received Popeye along with Brutus, another rescue. We saw a local ad with Popeye and Brutus housed together in a tank. It was instantly clear that Popeye had severe metabolic bone
Midge came to us with another rescue, Melvin. Midge was about three years old when we got her. However, she was not held very much by her previous owners. Because of this, Midge does not like human interaction. She is
Melvin came to us with Midge. Melvin has an interesting story in that, we do not know how old Melvin is. The previous owners said they rescued Melvin as an adult from an abandoned home. However, those owners did not
Right around Christmas of 2018, we received a call about a dragon in need. The people who contacted us said they had a 5 month old bearded dragon who hadn’t eaten in weeks. We went to get her right away.
Penguin is a very unique bearded dragon. He was already 5 months old when we got him. However, he was smaller than a tooth pick. Penguin was purchased by a family with two other baby bearded dragons at the age
Joel came to us through a local pet store that we partner with. Often, our partners receive dragons from owners who surrender them and need a place for them to go. When we got to the pet store, we learned
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Belame was six weeks old when we got her from a common, chain PetStore. Have you ever wondered what happens to the sick or un-sellable animals at these big-box retailers? They are kept in a backroom of the store, waiting
Jasper was found on craigslist by a member of our facebook group Bearded Dragon Inc. This member reached out to the Bearded Dragon Foundation non-profit to try and save this beardie. Jasper was cohabited with a more dominant bearded dragon
This is the story of Cactus. Our nonprofit was contacted about a possible rescue on December 10, 2017. We learned that an owner had two dragons living together. One dragon was okay, but the one we were contacted about had