When I got Teo, my first bearded dragon, in February 2001 I had no experience of lizards (or other reptiles). Of course I had read a lot about beardies but you can't learn everything from reading. If you search the web for information about bearded dragons - be critical. Just because the page looks nice etc doesn't necessarily mean that the person that wrote the stuff knows a lot about beardies. Read as much as you can find, ask questions and use your own common sense.
I also want to point out that I'm not an expert - I can be wrong, at my site I am just telling you about my own experiences and what I have read and learnt about bearded dragons.
I am Swedish so please excuse my sometimes bad grammar and spelling..! But at least I am trying the best I can..! ;-)
You are more than welcome to print my text for your own personal use, but please respect my copyright.
If you find my text informative - link to my site: http://www.morion.com/teo/
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Disclaimer: The information in this text is of a general nature and is not intended as a substitute for
professional medical advice. Please consult a veterinarian if you think your beardie is sick.