• Aquatic Turtle Care

    Aquatic Turtle Care

    Cute and entertaining, aquatic turtles have tons of personality to spare. These pets are clean, quiet and reasonably easy to care for. But don’t let a baby turtle fool you! Water turtles are still a big responsibility. They are long-lived, can grow to over 3 pounds (1360 gm), can reach 12 inches (30.5 cm) in length, and they require a proper environment in order to stay healthy. Provide your turtle with a clean cage, good diet, adequate heat and light, and he will bring you joy for many, many years.

  • Ball Python Care

    Ball Python Care

    Ball pythons are among the most popular pet snakes. They are good beginner snakes because they are docile and easy to care. Housing for a ball python can vary from simple to elaborate. The most important thing is that you follow several rules and check in on your pet often to ensure it appears to look and act healthy.

  • Bearded Dragon Care

    Bearded Dragon Care

    If you are interested in getting a reptile as a pet, bearded dragons are hard to beat. These charismatic lizards from Down Under are friendly and relatively easy to care for. They grow up to two feet in length and can live up to 15 years. If they are fed and housed properly, they can provide many years of companionship.

  • Box Turtle Care

    Box Turtle Care

    North American box turtles are hardy, long-lived reptiles that thrive in captivity when properly cared for. They often have distinctive personalities and learn to respond to their keepers. It is possible for you and your box turtle to have a long and happy relationship together if you provide a suitable environment and proper care. What follows are very general guidelines. Readers are strongly encouraged to seek more detailed information on the particular type of box turtle they own.

  • Leopard Gecko Care

    Leopard Gecko Care

    One of the most commonly kept lizards, the leopard gecko is hardy, friendly, and full of personality. This interesting saurian can vocalize, lick its eyes, and “wink” its ears! They come in dazzling array of colors and patterns, their price varying according to rarity. Housing and feeding a leopard gecko is relatively simple. However, there are a few rules that you must follow in order to keep your pet healthy.

  • Tortoise Care

    Tortoise Care

    Tortoises are long-lived, hearty, and reasonably easy to care for. They are not an ideal pet to keep indoors, and not a pet that is played with, cuddled, or handled very often. Tortoises thrive best where they get sunshine and fresh air. Some tortoises are shy and reclusive, while others are charismatic, inquisitive, and have personality. All tortoises are quiet, attractive and exhibit interesting behavior. The key to keeping your tortoise healthy is to follow these simple rules.

  • Green Iguana Care

    Green Iguana Care

    Iguanas are among the most popular pet reptiles. They love to bask in the sun or under an ultraviolet light, and they enjoy a diet of leafy greens and vegetables. Many people don’t realize that iguanas can grow to be quite large, exceeding 6 ft (1.8 m) in length. Iguanas should be properly socialized when they are young to ensure that they can be handled as adults. They require specialized housing and regular veterinary care and may not be a suitable pet for everyone.