Keeping reptiles cool

Just like us, Reptiles can get too warm! IS IT REALLY TOO WARM? The first thing you need to do is make sure it really is too warm. Always check your thermometer: if it reads within the animal’s preference range, then you don’t need to worry! If it is too hot, here are a few … Rest of Post

10 FUN FACTS ABOUT SNAKES

1. Snakes are found on every continent except Antarctica. 2. They lack eyelids and instead have a clear scale that covers their eye to protect from dust and acts like a lens. 3. Snakes shed their skin several times a year in a process called ecdysis 4. Snakes smell with their tongues 5. Snakes can’t … Rest of Post

Keeping a happy Reptile in Winter

With the recurrence of winter, colder temperatures and rain are imminent. This is a great time for us humans to enjoy more time at home in front of the fire and with our family. Our pets also love this time when they can enjoy the warmth of the house and the extra attention from family. … Rest of Post

Caring For Your Turtle

Keeping a turtle as a pet can be a wonderful experience. They each have their own personalities, learn to recognise their owners and should provide many years of enjoyment. LICENCES By law all Australian turtles are protected, but unlike many other reptiles, licences are generally not required to buy and keep many species as pets. … Rest of Post

Where There Be Dragons

For the novice who is interested in keeping reptiles (and more specifically Dragons) the first question generally asked is, “What species should I start with?”  A popular and particularly good choice is the Bearded Dragon. There are several species of bearded dragon but one of the most hardy and endearing varieties is the Pogona vitticeps. … Rest of Post

Oz-Pet – The ODOURfree Litter Company

Oz Pet ODOURfree Litter is an Australian made wood pet litter that naturally neutralises odour…it really does stop the pee pong!! It is manufactured from waste plantation material that would otherwise be destined for landfill or burned. It can be used safely in the compost or even used as garden mulch as it is 100% … Rest of Post