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Frequently Asked Questions About Reptile Husbandry

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Frequently Asked Questions About Reptile Husbandry

December 11, 2020

Reptile husbandry can be fun and exciting. Unlike dogs and cats that are warm-blooded and able to live in our homes without us making major modifications, caring for reptiles can be a bit more demanding at first. These animals are cold-blooded and need a well-designed enclosure to survive and thrive indoors. It would help if […]

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The Best Reptiles For Beginners

Reptiles: Cold-Blooded, Not Cold-Hearted

December 11, 2020

There are over 6,000 reptile species, which vary in size, shape, diet and care. They can range from the four-legged to the no-legged, animals with hard or soft shells and even some that can change color based on their situation and stress level. Because of this, their requirements as pets can diverge widely. The thought of all these different species can seem daunting, but we can discuss many similarities to […]

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Cold-weather Tips For Exotic Pets

December 11, 2020

Proper care of your furry, feathered and scaly friends is essential in all seasons, but particularly in winter. Although the climate in Florida stays relatively warm even in winter, with daytime temperatures in the 70s, the evening and early morning temperatures can fall into the 50s and even 40s. Many exotic pets, such as reptiles, […]

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Rabbits: Are They Just Small Horses?

December 10, 2020

Similarities Between Rabbits & Horses Why do rabbits and rodents eat hay? Are they just small horses? You’d be surprised to know the diet of small mammals and rabbits are actually very similar to that of a horse. Anyone who has owned a rabbit, guinea pig, or other small mammal knows access to hay at […]

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Our Fine Feathered Friends

December 10, 2020

How often have you thought about the birds you see every day? There are over 9,000 different avian species in the world and I do mean species. Dogs and cats are separated into different breeds but still within the canine and feline species. But birds are in fact different species under the class Aves and […]

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