Category: Species Profiles

A complete profile of the things your reptile needs to stay healthy!

Veiled Chameleon Care

Veiled chameleons can make fun and interesting pets for the experienced keeper! You don’t have to be a reptile expert to take good care of one, but we don’t recommend them for the beginner keeper. Veiled chameleons tend to be quite docile, and require… Continue Reading “Veiled Chameleon Care”

Sulcata Tortoise Care

Sulcata tortoises (also called African spurred tortoises) can make great pets for advanced reptile owners prepared for a long-term commitment. Sulcata tortoises can be quite docile, and as a grassland species, they don’t require as much specialty care as some other reptiles, like chameleons.… Continue Reading “Sulcata Tortoise Care”

Ball Python Care

Ball pythons make wonderful pets, especially for the beginner snake keeper! Ball pythons tend to be quite docile, and don’t require as much specialty care as some other species, like emerald tree boas. Keep reading to find out more about how to keep your… Continue Reading “Ball Python Care”

Leopard Gecko Care

Leopard geckos make wonderful pets, especially for the beginner keeper! Leopard geckos tend to be quite docile, and don’t require as much specialty care as some other species, like chameleons. Part of the reason these lizards are considered an “easy-keeper” is due to them… Continue Reading “Leopard Gecko Care”

Bearded Dragon Care

Bearded dragons make wonderful pets, especially for the beginner keeper! Bearded dragons tend to be quite docile and don’t require as much specialty care as some other species, like chameleons. Part of the reason these lizards are considered an “easy-keeper” is due to them… Continue Reading “Bearded Dragon Care”