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  1. Snakes
    I've got a Russian Rat Snake, I think is female, I got her just over 4 years ago when she was about 6 months old and she's always been a very friendly snake, but the past couple of weeks she's taken to S'ing up when I go near her viv and has struck at me through the glass a couple of times...
  2. Habitat
    Hi guys, This is my first post as I'm a fledgling when it comes to beardies (only got one about 2 weeks ago) but just wanted to ask some advice. My viv came from a fantastic reptile centre but it came with woodchip substrate. Being the naive new owner, I went along with it but after reading...
  3. Snake Pictures
    Water change for Connie and I thought I'd let her have a stroll around the landing - I left the tap running so she can have a larger tub to soak in for a bit, found out the plug hole was broken though and it went down quite fast! She didn't have long in there anyway as the water started to cool...
  4. Snakes
    I'm sorry if this is a similar thread to one before, I just dunno what to look up for it. I've had one of my two cornsnakes for about 5 and a half years, I've had her since she was a baby, she was my first ever snake, and for the majority of those years, I would have called her the sweetest...
  5. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    I'm new to being owned by a tortoise :) which I'm really enjoying my henry is 4 and was being kept in a viv on beech wood chips and fed on shop pellets so have been working hard on changing it all for the better he's now on weeds and have in the last two weeks have moved him to a table and...
  6. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    Hello, I just got a Reeves and Musk turtle last week in a new tank set up. Before I purchased the turtles I had to get the tank ready and leave the water filled up for at least a week while I treated it daily with a liquid to remove the chlorine ext.. They have been fine, eating well and slowly...
  7. Snakes
    one of my royals my smaller female normal (not monty my big one) has now decided she hates me and anything to do with me... she tries to bite me non stop and so far i have escaped! but its so strange shes always been hissy so i just leave her to it and only disturb her to change her water...
  8. Lizards
    Okay so 2 things: 1. My leopard gecko has had a few problems shedding in the past and sadly, as a result, has lost the tips of a few toes. To try to avoid this I put him in an empty bug tub with wet kitchen paper in it, but had read that it was unwise to try to help pull the excess shed of...
  9. Lizards
    Hey, As the title says, do cresties cope with car journeys and a change of location every now and then? Also how much handling/time out of the cage can they tolerate,per day and how many days a week? Thanks
  10. Equipment & Supplies
    As per title, does anyone have any good ideas to change the color of our Beardy viv?It's currently mahogany but we are going with a black and White theme in our new lounge and would like the tank to match. The tank is wooden with the fake mahogany style plastic coating. I was told this cannot be...
  11. Snakes
    i have 3 male corns in separate vivs they are all fully grown i was wondering first of all if 3 males would be able to live in the same viv, also what size viv i would need and any changes i would need to make in my setup:2thumb: thank in advance
  12. Snakes
    I have a Female burm (2010). She has always been lovely, bit hissy but nothing out of the normal. Then about 4 months ago my fire alarm went off (just from being overactive, nothing serious). She went completely ballistic! She was thrashing around her viv. So i moved her viv out of the lounge...
  13. Lizard Pictures
    From hatchling to adulthood a ciliatus will go through a lot of changes. A hatchling at a show can look very plain, but be a real stunner when it's adult. Here are some examples of animals from our breeding-group. Cherry Pie: 1 day old. 4 months old. Now. Here are some pictures of...
  14. Spiders and Inverts
    I currently keep all of my Ts in a cold house (68F) its been a few months now. How well would they react to higher temperatures such as 75-80F? (Im thinking about getting a space heater for my room)
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