A baby bearded dragon or hatchling is about 4 months of age or younger. For a newly born bearded dragon, it needs more care compared to the juvenile or adult dragon because they are more fragile. Proper tedious cares are needed to keep them for growing healthily.
For the first few months after the bearded dragons have born, you need to dedicate more care such as avoid too frequent handling to reduce the stress, small prey size, and more calcium intake.
It is hardly to find baby bearded dragons below 6 weeks old as it is harder to take care. Most breeders won’t release or sell them until the baby dragons are at least 8 weeks of age. It is good for the pet dragons, pet industry, herptoculture, and also for reptile pet owner.
Even the bearded dragon baby is at age of 8 weeks, they are still considered hatching or very young. They are most likely prone to stress, and it would affect its growth and health. Buying a baby bearded dragon at this age does not help much as they still young enough to get know to you.
Most of the reptile hobbyists buy a baby bearded dragon because they are small and cute. If you are pursuing one for yourself, make sure that it is at least 8 weeks old, and take good care of the pet.