Hehe, breaded dragons.
Anyway, yeah, bearded dragons really do make great pets, but that is only if one has the time, money, and aptitude to properly care for them. Being reptiles, they do require quite an investment. Equipment is not cheap, one must handle live insects, have an available herp vet, etc.
However, I am certainly not saying this to discourage you from getting a bearded dragon. They truly are friendly, sociable even. They are very rewarding and are generally considered one of THE best reptile pets, bar none. Bearded dragons are definitely a wise choice in the world of herps.
Anyway, there is an abundance of care information for these guys on the internet. Some quick google searches should take care of that, but to get you started I'll list a few below.
Frequently Asked Questions - Dachiu
Bearded Dragon Care
Bearded Dragon . org
Have fun and good luck!
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