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Garter Snake Producing Strong Odor?My neighbors have owned a Garter snake for years now. Every time she opens her front door to her apartment, a smell comes out that almost smells like a strong, druggish smell. Is this normal for a Garter snake? When I walk by the tank that the snake is kept, it definitely is the culprit for the smell.


A leopard gecko on a sandy surface.

Gecko PhotosGeckos can be found all across the world in tropical and subtropical climates. A few types make great pets, including the popular leopard gecko.


The finished structure being enjoyed by a toad.

Stucco Style Reptile Hide/Pool DeckThis craft is made to be used in a reptile/amphibian cage. It is made from a brick of Styrofoam melted/molded into shape with a combination of a hot wire and a lighter, and then grouted to make it durable. The top includes a spot for a container of water to be placed into it. A ramp/stairs provides access to the top and a cave is carved into the bottom to provide a place to hide.


Boy Holding Lizard

Keeping Lizards as PetsThis is a page about keeping lizards as pets. Lizards can make interesting pets, as long as you do your research and provide them with proper food and care.


Caring for a Bearded Dragon

Caring for a Bearded DragonThis is a page about caring for a bearded dragon. Bearded dragons are a popular pet due to their calm nature and relatively easy care requirements.


Caring For a Pet Snake, Snake on a person's hand.

Caring For a Pet SnakeThis is a page about caring for a pet snake. Knowing how to care for your pet snake will ensure that they are healthy and happy.


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Setting Up a Reptile Terrarium?I am thinking of converting my aquarium into a terrarium it is 5x2x2 ft. I was wondering what I should do to ensure a suitable environment for any reptiles. Also, what would be the best reptiles for that size of a tank?



Identifying a Pet Baby Snake - snake in a terrarium

Identifying a Pet Baby Snake?I recently got this snake, but the breeder I got it from isn't sure what kind it is and I can't really tell. I do know that it is not venomous and it is still a baby as well. They said it could be a gray rat snake, chicken snake, a python of some kind that gets really big, or a Mississippi Mud snake.


Lizard on wall.

What Kind Of Lizard Is This?Can anyone tell me what sort of lizard this is? We found him on our wall in a hotel in Ko Phan Nag, Thailand. He was cute but a little bit scary! Thanks.


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Choosing a Pet Lizard?I am thinking about getting my first pet lizard but am unsure of which lizard to choose. I would like to keep at least two in the same tank and I have a 90x45x60 cm terrarium. I was wondering if you could recommend a suitable lizard that is easy to care for and can be handled.


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Building a Cage For a Large Lizard?Has anyone built a large cage/house for a large lizard? We have a water dragon, and it apparently needs a cage about 6 feet wide and 4-5 feet high. My son wants to build one as a homeschooling project and we are looking for plans.


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Pet Snake Has Stopped Eating?I am needing some advice, it's been almost 2 months already, since my snake has last eaten. I've tried changing the mouse to a new one and it still doesn't work. What can I do to help her eat? She has never gone this long without eating a mouse. I'm really worried.


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Using Sand in Gecko Enclosure?Should I use sand for my gecko? Some say it's dangerous.


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