Are-red-heat-lamps-bad-for-bearded-dragons, red bulbs are never a good idea for a beardie. they don't cause the pupils to constrict enough to block the uvb from causing damage. they're not even good for night usage (which is what they are advertised for) since any light, even dark colored, disrupts their sleep pattern.. As far as red lights in the day: in my opinion they're just colored lights, and i'm not aware of any long-term effects from having them as day lights. but they won't give off any uv light, and they likely won't give off enough heat for a bearded dragon, so they're effectively useless to have., nighttime temperatures. the nighttime temperatures should drop to 72°f (32°c) to 80°f (26°c) within the enclosure. if the temperatures drop below this after turning the heat and light sources off at night, you may need to use a heating device that does not emit light to supplement heat.. the bright light from a daytime bulb will disturb the bearded dragon’s sleeping patterns..

I was wondering if a red infrared heat bulb was ok to use at night for bearded dragons - answered by a verified reptile expert we use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website. by continuing to use this site you consent to the use of cookies on your device as described in our cookie policy unless you have disabled them., ok so my husband and i just bought a bearded dragon litterally today haha the lady at petsmart said to leave the heat lamp and a night light on all day and all night and then during the day 12 hours at the least of uv light and the day light and the heat light. she said not to ever turn the heat lamp off. doesnt matter if it has the night light on or not but absolutly 12 hours of uv light i ....

Devices for heating a bearded dragon habitat bearded dragons come from warm, semi-arid regions of australia, which brings some challenges for heating a bearded dragon habit. when keeping a bearded dragon as a pet it is extremely important to mimic their natural environment as much as possible ., regardless, their inadequacies at distributing uvb are clearly highlighted in this video by frances baines, m.a., vet.m.b., m.r.c.v.s. the video also shows the distribution of the the tube fluorescent and the arcadia d5..

Re: red basking light or not? by georgie2015 » mon jul 27, 2015 8:53 am hi,apparently the red light is not right,i have one too,an upgrade from how they used to be housed but not right.a par 38 or appropriate wattage for your need seems to be right,gosh,honestly,its an expensive story this cause everyone says different things.good luck., re: heat emergency!!! by maxwellsmomma1989 » sun jan 15, 2012 3:20 pm get some hot water bottles hot as you cna get them and place them around your beardie also hand warmers under a blanket work nice..my power was out one day last year so i kinda had some experience trying to keep ,maxwell warm i just gave him lots of baths in warm water helpd ...