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Bearded Dragons: A Complete Guide to Pogona Vitticeps (Complete Herp Care)

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Learn everything you need to know about Bearded Dragons, including detailed information on grooming and handling. This book also contains information on keeping and breeding Lawsons Dragon.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by TFH Publications, Inc.
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May 19, 2013 Katie rated it it was amazing
Great book with a lot of information. Love the photos in it. Really appreciate the detailed information in the Health Care chapter. My son came home with a sub-adult and I'm always checking this book to figure out his behaviors. As in every time I go to the grocery store for his salad stuff I am referring to the Feeding chapter about what they should have daily and what should be special treats. This book is well worth the price. It has a ton of information and is easy to search for what you nee ...more
Beth Ann
I just recently acquired a little guy named Stanley Yelnats because his family decided to get rid of him. I am eating up any amount of info on Beardies I can get... including this little guide. :) This was just an overview, so I suppose that for a nerd like me who gets on animal message boards daily, reads for hours, and has rescuing as a hobby... it wasn't quite the DEPTH for me. BUT it was still well written, I liked the tone, and would recommend it for those new to herps.
Mar 29, 2010 Teresa rated it really liked it
I went on a quest to find out what Bearded Dragons require for care. My youngest boy has been pestering me for some time about getting one. I never did finish this book although it's very informative. Once I got to the part about size of cage to keep it in, that was it for me. We don't have that kind of space.
Lisa James
Oct 03, 2011 Lisa James rated it really liked it
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We got this when we got a beardie for our oldest son. It was good, basic care information, & we followed it. Even though our beardie passed away of a sudden illness, I'm going to keep this book in the home library in case our younger sons eventually want to try again.
Nov 18, 2010 Ashley rated it liked it
This book was very informative. I just bought myself a little baby dragon of my own so this book helped me set up his habitat and figure out his diet and feeding schedule.
Jul 15, 2011 Missy rated it it was ok
It's an okay book. A bit short on certain details (like feeding types of foods, medical issues). It's a start for the new Beardie Parent. But to me, not extensive enough.
Jan 05, 2013 Shivonne rated it it was amazing
Very useful when I purchased my little "booger baby boy Hector"! All the information you will need to care for your new Bearded Dragon
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