Reptiles | Habitat.

Acclimating Your Pet Reptile to its New Habitat

Bringing a reptile home can be stressful for both you and your pet. It’s important to know the proper way to introduce your reptile to its new reptile habitat. Bringing a pet reptile into your home isn’t just difficult for the people who will be taking care of it. It’s also a stressful adjustment for your … Continued

Reptiles in the Classroom

Raising a reptile in the classroom can be a fun and educational for students. Pop quiz! What environment is best suited for reptiles and amphibians? There is not just one correct answer; there are three: aquatic – a semi-moist environment terrestrial – a dry arid or humid environment arboreal – a tree dwelling environment By … Continued

Caring for Your Reptile on Vacations

Vacations can be hard for reptile owners. Here are some tips to follow if you don’t want to leave your pet at home. Vacations can be tough for pet owners, and sometimes even worse for reptile owners whose pets are often met with fear and misunderstanding. Though it may sometimes be easier to leave your … Continued

Traveling With Reptile at Home

Traveling with your reptile requires significant preparation and causes needless stress. It is best to leave him home. It’s always better to leave your reptile at home rather than to try to take him with you on a trip. The supplies required for travel are extensive and can be a significant nuisance. More importantly, your … Continued

Making Your Home Reptile Ready

Will your reptile be safe in your home if he escapes or wanders freely outside his habitat? Intentionally or accidentally, having your pet roam around the rooms of your house poses some hazards, unless you are careful to remove or avoid them. Following, is a basic list of items to consider or check before your … Continued

Preparing Your Reptile’s New Home

A well-designed living area is essential if you want your reptile to be comfortable and healthy. Before you bring your new reptile home, make sure her habitat is already set up. Pay particular attention to the environmental conditions your reptile requires. By allowing conditions in the new habitat to stabilize and by giving yourself the … Continued

Cozy Reptile Homes

The conditions inside your home affect the conditions inside your pet’s vivarium. Chances are good that you’ve taken your pet far away from the natural environment in which he would ordinarily thrive. For your pet’s well being, you must attempt to recreate that environment within the confines of your human living space. Vivarium basics To … Continued

Interacting With Your Pet Reptiles Outside of Their Habitats

It can be fun to spend some time with reptiles outside of their normal environment. Here’s a guide on how to do so. Reptiles aren’t commonly thought of as pets that can be handled and played with, but like their furrier counterparts, they often make for great companions, in or out of their enclosure. Remember … Continued

Interacting With Your Pet Reptiles Outside of Their Habitats

It can be fun to spend some time with reptiles outside of their normal environment. Here‰Ûªs a guide on how to do so. Reptiles aren‰Ûªt commonly thought of as pets that can be handled and played with, but like their furrier counterparts, they often make for great companions, in or out of their enclosure. Remember … Continued

Spring Cleaning Your Pet-Friendly Home

  As the days get longer and your home is being bathed in sunlight, you may start noticing the dirt, fur and dust that has accumulated during the winter months. If you have a pet-friendly household, you may have to take some additional things into consideration when starting your spring cleaning.   Toys Slobber, dirt, … Continued

Interacting With Your Pet Reptiles Outside of Their Habitats

It can be fun to spend some time with reptiles outside of their normal environment. Here’s a guide on how to do so. Reptiles aren’t commonly thought of as pets that can be handled and played with, but like their furrier counterparts, they often make for great companions, in or out of their enclosure. Remember … Continued