Can Bearded Dragons Eat Strawberries? {How Many?}

Can I tell you how much I enjoy feeding my bearded dragon new foods? Can bearded dragons eat strawberries?

Do you want to feed them safely with moderation while taking their sensitive digestive systems into account? How many strawberries should you feed a bearded dragon? What are their favorite fruits?

Stay tuned because this article will peel back layers and chop up sections that include feeding strawberries and other fruits to our bearded dragons.

Can Bearded Dragons Eat Strawberries?

Yes. Strawberries are edible for bearded dragons to enjoy in moderation. Due to their high sugar content, they should only be offered as a rare treat. Strawberries are a wonderful source of:

  • vitamin C
  • fiber
  • antioxidants
  1. Make sure the strawberries are ripe.
  2. Carefully clean to remove any pesticides or dangerous chemicals
  3. Cut them into little, bite-sized pieces.
  4. Begin with a modest amount of any new food and watch your bearded dragon’s reaction to make sure there are no adverse effects.

How Many Strawberries Can a Bearded Dragon Eat?

Strawberries are a common treat for bearded dragons, but because of their high sugar level, restrict how much they eat. Treats shouldn’t comprise more than 10% of a bearded dragon’s diet generally.

  • One medium-sized strawberry, in particular, is plenty to provide a bearded dragon with one serving.
  • It’s recommended to just feed strawberries occasionally, possibly as a treat once a week.
  • Make sure the strawberries are well cleaned and chopped into manageable pieces for the bearded dragon to consume.
  • Never give beardies rotten strawberries.
  • Stay away from canned or frozen strawberries since they frequently have extra sugars or preservatives.

Can Bearded Dragons Eat Strawberries Leaves?

No. Bearded dragons may safely eat strawberries in moderation, but it’s not advised to give them the leaves or stems.

High quantities of oxalates found in strawberry leaves have the potential to bind to calcium in the body and, over time, cause kidney and bladder stones to develop.

Bearded dragons might not enjoy the flavor or feel of the strawberry leaves in addition to the possible health problems.

To make sure your bearded dragon gets all the nutrients they need for good health, provide them a diversified diet that includes a variety of healthy veggies, fruits, and insects.

What Fruits Can Bearded Dragons Eat Safely?

Various fruits can be consumed by bearded dragons as part of a healthy diet. Fruits should, however, only make up a tiny amount of a bearded dragon’s diet because they are heavy in sugar.

The following fruits are safe for bearded dragons to eat:

  • Apples
  • Bananas
  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries
  • Mangoes
  • Papayas
  • Grapes
  • Melons (such as cantaloupe and watermelon)
  • Kiwi
  • Figs
  • Peaches

Fruits should be sliced into bite-sized pieces and any seeds or pits should be removed before giving them to your bearded dragon since these items might be poisonous or choking hazards for reptiles.

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Can a Bearded Dragon Eat Blueberries?

Yes. Blueberries are indeed edible to bearded dragons. Bearded dragons benefit from blueberries’ high vitamin and antioxidant content, but they should only be given to them occasionally as part of a balanced diet.

Since blueberries have a lot of natural sugars, eating too many might result in health issues including:

  • obesity
  • diarrhea

It is advised not to serve blueberries as a daily food. Before giving the blueberries to your bearded dragon, make sure you properly wash them and take off any stems or leaves.

Blueberries should be introduced to your bearded dragon’s diet gradually, as with any new food, to prevent any stomach problems.

Can Beardies Eat Apples Daily?

No. Apples are a food that bearded dragons can consume, although feeding them every day is not advised. Because apples are heavy in sugar, they should only be given sometimes as a treat rather than as a regular part of their diet.

Remove the seeds from the apples and chop the fruit into bite-sized pieces before giving them to your bearded dragon to prevent choking risks.

Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, mango, papaya, and watermelon are some more fruits that bearded dragons will eat. Always make sure any food you give your bearded dragon is safe to eat by doing your research and examining the nutritional content of it.

Can Bearded Dragons Eat Banana?

Bananas may be fed to bearded dragons as a treat, but only in moderation. Bananas shouldn’t be a staple food in their diet because they are heavy in phosphorus and sugar.

Peel the bananas and chop them into  pieces before giving them to your bearded dragon to prevent choking risks. A balanced combination of fruits and vegetables should be fed to a bearded dragon without going overboard on quantity.

Can Bearded Dragons Eat Tomatoes?

Yes. Tomatoes may be eaten by bearded dragons, but because of their high acid content, they should only be offered sometimes as a treat. Solanine, a compound found in tomatoes, can be toxic to bearded dragons if consumed in excessive quantities.

Only feed tomatoes in little amounts as a treat and to remove the seeds and peel beforehand. As an occasional treat, you may give your bearded dragon a couple tiny tomato slices.

Keep in mind that giving your bearded dragon too many acidic foods, such as tomatoes, can lead to digestive problems. Try to balance their diet with other fruits and vegetables.

Can Bearded Dragons Have Mango?

Yes. In moderation, bearded dragons may consume mango. For bearded dragons, mango is a wonderful source of vitamins and minerals including:

  • potassium
  • vitamin A
  • vitamin C

Mangoes, however, should only be given periodically and in tiny amounts as a treat because they are heavy in sugar.

Mango pits are indigestible and can create intestinal obstructions, therefore it’s crucial to remove the skin and pit before giving them to your bearded dragon.

I recommend that you only give your bearded dragon ripe mangoes to eat since unripe mangoes have greater levels of oxalic acid, which can bind to calcium in the intestines and lead to metabolic bone disease.

Can Bearded Dragons Eat Grapes?

Yes. Grapes are edible to bearded dragons, but only in moderation due to their high sugar content. The health of your bearded dragon can benefit from grapes that contain:

  • calcium
  • phosphorus
  • vitamins C and K

Note that you should never give your bearded dragon grapes with seeds since they might induce an intestinal obstruction or offer a choking threat. Before feeding the grapes to your pet, make sure to remove the stems and give them a good wash.

As with any meal, it’s best to start introducing grapes slowly and in tiny doses to see how your bearded dragon responds. Grapes should not be fed to reptiles if they exhibit any indications of digestive distress, such as diarrhea or bloating.

What Is a Bearded Dragons Favorite Fruit?

Your bearded dragon will start showing you what they like or don’t like. My beardie doesn’t enjoy spinach, but loves strawberries. I have to limit it the way I limit myself with sugary fooods.

When it comes to fruits, bearded dragons can have a variety of interests, however some typical favorites include:

  • Berries: Blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries are popular among bearded dragons.
  • Mango: This vitamin- and mineral-rich tropical fruit might be a delightful treat for your bearded dragon.
  • Apples are a safe and wholesome fruit for bearded dragons, but be sure to remove the core and seeds first.
  • Grapes: Bearded dragons may enjoy the delightful and convenient fruit of seedless grapes.

As usual, it’s crucial to keep in mind that fruits should only be provided in moderation as part of a balanced diet, with the majority of your bearded dragon’s meals consisting of vegetables and protein.

My Bearded Dragon Loves Strawberries

I still recall giving my bearded dragon, his first strawberry. I couldn’t wait to add a new fruit to his diet and observe his response. He initially balked when I handed him the strawberry, but after taking a mouthful, his eyes brightened up. At his excitement, I couldn’t help but grin.

Strawberries started to appear regularly in his diet after that day. He would excitedly approach whenever he saw me holding one, and I would give him little bits to eat. It was always a thrill to witness him taking such pleasure in his meals.

Strawberries are now a great bonding experience for me and my bearded dragon. It serves as a reminder that even the tiniest acts of joy and companionship have the power to make our lives happier.


Strawberries can be fed to bearded dragons, but only sometimes and in moderation. When consumed in the proper quantities, strawberries’ abundance of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants can improve a bearded dragon’s health.

To avoid choking concerns, it is necessary to chop the fruit into small pieces and remove the stems and leaves.


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