provide many services to both reptiles and their humans, including
school and library live animal educational presentations, birthday
party showings, removal and relocation services for unwanted reptiles,
local habitat destruction abatement, local reptile species data
collection and preservation, as well as a wide variety of other
services for the reptiles in our care.
is so very important that you do thorough research before you add
a potential new addition to your family. Their habitat, feeding
requirements, living arrangements, health are all very vital aspects
to proper care and health of these great animals.
are not the self sufficient animals that everyone is led to believe.
You must invest a large amount of time and money into the setup.
Regular vet check ups, organic and specialty foods, medications,
vitamins, supplements, substrates, and large (expensive) enclosures,
just to name a few.
too often we encounter the infamous 'collector' or 'hoarder'. These
are people who, in many cases, use the word rescue in vein. Many
of these people are just collecting animals for their personal agenda's
of breeding incorrectly, selling to anyone with a dollar, or simply
filling up their home. Sadly, these animals are usually the one's
we receive, badly mistreated, injured, emaciated, in pain, and on
the brink of death. We implore you to thoroughly research the people
taking your animal as well.
times we get more animals than we have space available. That is
why we partner with other rescue centers in the area. Check with
your local Humane Society, animal shelter, turtle, or other rescues
first, to find a wonder new addition to your family.
your new friend wisely and your family will have many happy years together.