How Big Do Bearded Dragons Get? (Size Guide)

Bearded dragons’ size is influenced by several factors, including genetics, sex, environment, diet, and health.

Healthy baby bearded dragons can grow at a rate of 1 to 3 inches per month, and by the time they reach 12 months, they should measure anywhere from 16 to 24 inches in length and weigh between 380 and 510 grams.

The majority of their size comes from their tail, which is often the same length or longer than their body.

Predicting the adult size of your baby dragon can be challenging, but you can use a juvenile’s growth rate to make an informed guess.

Now, let’s delve into how big bearded dragons can get and how to estimate their size accurately while they are still young.

How Big Do Bearded Dragons get?