Blue Iguanas for sale
Looking for a baby blue iguana for sale? CBReptile.com has the nicest baby blue iguanas for sale anywhere!
Before purchasing your new baby blue iguana for sale, please spend some time reading our iguana care cheat sheets! Blue Iguana Diet – A well-balanced blue iguana diet consists of 70% dark leafy greens such as collard greens and spinach. In addition, 20% bulk vegetables such as cabbage, carrots, and broccoli. Lastly, feed 10% fruit such as mangoes, bananas, and strawberries. Blue iguanas benefit from being fed a commercial iguana diet as well as long as it is low in protein and only fed sparingly.
Baby Blue Iguana Habitat
A large and tall cage that is at least 4′ x 2′ x 3′. Keep in mind that a bigger setup is always better so go with the largest cage possible. Also, use sturdy branches, ledges, ramps, and perches because your new iguana loves to climb. Most important, you must provide a hide area. For hide areas, you can use a cave, make a fake cave, use a wooden box, etc.
Blue Iguana Lighting & Heating
UVB fluorescent bulbs are best for your new baby blue iguana for sale. We recommend T5 high output UVB 10% lamps by Reptisun. Long T5 bulbs that can cover large areas with light work well and better than screw in or mercury vapor lamps. A basking area is needed. Provide your pet iguana a basking light or heat emitter to maintain a habitat temperature around 85* F. Be sure to use reliable thermostats to monitor the temperature of your iguana habitat.
Blue Iguana Substrate
Substrate for the bottom of the cage. Eco-earth, reptile carpet, newspapers, and paper towels can all be adequate substrates. Provide a clean food bowl and a couple of clean water bowls for your new baby blue iguanas. The bowls should be heavy or able to be attached to something to prevent spilling and cleaned at least every other day. Adding a water tub and/or spray bottle for adding humidity to your iguana’s habitat helps your new iguana shed properly.
Pet Blue Iguana for sale Food & Supplements
Feed Greens and vegetables for the primary diet of your pet iguana. Some of these are collard greens, mustard greens & dandelion greens, turnip greens, kale, shredded carrots, peas, green beans, bell peppers, and squash. Feed fruits like strawberries, blueberries, bananas, apples, and cantaloupe to add variety to your pet’s diet. Also, commercial iguana food that can be mixed with the greens and vegetables. Always use calcium & vitamin D3 supplement like reprisal. A reptile multivitamin supplement ism key, We recommend Vionate. Using the right supplements are key to raising your new baby blue iguana for sale into a healthy adult pet iguana!
So if you’re searching for buy baby blue iguanas for sale you’ve come to the right place! CBReptile.com specializes as a captive bred blue iguana breeder only.
Captive bred baby blue iguanas for sale
We are proud to work with and produce some of the nicest blue iguanas for sale in the USA with next day overnight shipping. Choosing the right iguana breeder is key! Also, we have some beautiful green iguana for sale, red iguanas for sale as well as Rhino iguana for sale. Our iguanas for sale are all 100% captive bred and NOT wild caught like other websites.
Also, CB handles each and every baby iguana for sale early and often to ensure a calm pet iguana for sale! Before receiving your new baby iguana, be sure to invest some time in exploring our iguana care sheet, and iguana care guide. We also have individual care sheets available. When searching for blue iguana care sheet, red iguana care sheet, green iguana care or Rhino iguana care sheet please follow the links. Other information on baby iguanas can be found at our sister reptile store.