Archive for the 'Reptile Keeping Advice ' Category

The Importance of Heat Pads in Your Snake Cage

Below are the reasons why using a heat pad is important when keeping snakes. Provides Heat Snakes are cold blooded ( ectothermic) and cannot generate their own body heat. If your snakes cage is 15 degrees Celsius your snakes body...

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How To Keep Reptiles Warm

Below is a list of quality products which will keep your reptile warm. Each product has a list of species that benefit from using it as a heat source. ALL PRODUCTS MENTIONED ARE AVAILABLE FOR SALE ON THIS SITE Daylight Basking Lamp...

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How to Force Feed a Snake

our snake hasn’t eaten in a while and it is loosing weight, you have tried everything to get the snake to eat. It is time to force feed the snake which can seem a difficult task below is the basics...

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Reptile Cage Size Guide

Factors Affecting Reptile Cage Size   Activity Levels Reptiles are far less active than mammals or birds and require smaller cages when compared with a mammal of the same size. My King Snake and Rat Snake both spend a large...

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10 Incorrect Reptile Keeping Advice Examples

Below are 10 examples of incorrect information that I have received in my 15 years of keeping reptiles. 1. Snakes need to eat live food I have not had a single captive bred snake refuse to eat pre-killed rodents.  My...

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