Top 5 Reptiles That Can Live In A Ten Gallon Enclosure FOREVER | Vol. 2

Caring For an Outdoor Tortoise

Creating a Home for Your Tortoise in an Outside Enclosure – Even if you keep your pet in an inside enclosure most of the time it will appreciate some time spent outdoors (depending on the climate). If you live in a climate similar to the natural habitat of your tortoise you will be able to keep your it outside all year round providing you have a secure enclosure.

The 5 Golden Rules of Caring For a Green Iguana

If you’re considering a green iguana as a pet, you’ll want to make sure that you know how to properly care for it and keep it happy and healthy. Breaking any one of these rules can lead to a sad and unnecessary death to your pet.

How to Deal With a Snake Bite

Snake bites kill a lot of people each year. Here’s a tip for dealing with a bite…

Does Your Leopard Gecko Have Any of These Health Problems?

The great news about leopard geckos is they can live long lives – up to and beyond 20 years! The bad news is they can develop health problems that shorten their lives significantly. If you know what to look for, have a vet who understands leopard geckos, and you pay attention to changes in their bodies or behavior you can circumvent any major problems.

Bearded Dragon Lizard – A Good Choice of Lizard

There are different Lizards that you can buy. A popular lizard to buy is the the Bearded dragon. They are not supper big usually grow to a medium size. The characteristics of a bearded dragon are timid they are also very social reptiles.

The Amazing Leopard Gecko

Attractive to lizard devotees for their ease in care, leopard geckos already have come to be one of the most well-liked lizards on the planet. Both beginner owners who first fall in love with just how easy they are to care for, will quickly come to be expert keepers who have found joy and excitement with these amazing pet animals.

5 Keys to Locating the Best Leopard Gecko Breeder

First – not all breeders are created equal. This is true of anyone who breeds and sells pets – from puppies, to fish, to cats, to leopard geckos. Many breeders are only in the breeding business to make money. So how can you spot a quality breeder?

Leopard Gecko Breeders – What You Should Know to Make The Best Choice

You have a lot of different choices when deciding to get a pet leopard gecko and the choice that you make can make a big difference in the  longevity, health and well being of your new pet. This article will provide you with the information that you need to make the best choice possible.

What Do You Feed Leopard Geckos?

You’ve done the research, found a healthy and happy leopard gecko, ready to take it home – now what? What are you going to feed your gecko so that it thrives in the new environment? Although not complicated, geckos need specific foods in order to get the right nutrients and supplements. Let’s discuss how often to feed your gecko – if it is a baby, feed him every day, if it is an adult, it can be fed every other day. Also, make sure your gecko always has fresh water.

Leopard Geckos – To Breed Or Not to Breed?

Once a person has had a leopard gecko for a while, the owner begins to explore the breeding of the geckos. Generally this happens because they have come to know and appreciate how unique these lizards are and curiosity sets in to explore the breeding process. The breeding process is not complex or difficult there some basics to know and understand. The breeding process is not complex or difficult but there some basics to know and understand.

Breeding Leopard Geckos

Leopard Geckos are relatively easy to breed compared to other types of reptiles. Put a healthy adult male with a healthy adult female and breeding will occur.

The Amazing World of Carrot Tail Leopard Geckos

Leopard geckos had been brought into the United States to be used in the exotic pet business. These geckos arrived out of the natural with incredibly little facts regarding this species. Since these geckos came from the wild, they were grouped into a couple of diverse varieties and subspecies.

Feeding Your Leopard Gecko

The Leopard Gecko is a carnivore. They eat only meat proteins in the form of insects or worms.

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