Caresheet, Reptiles & Amphibians

How To Take Care of a Corn Snake

The corn snake, also known as the red rat snake, is popularly regarded as one of the easiest snakes to take care of. That’s because of their relative smallness (they rarely go longer than 5 feet), their high capacity for adapting in different environments, their mild temperament, their hardiness, and their ease of breeding. Read […]

Caresheet, Reptiles & Amphibians

How To Take Care of a Tokay Gecko

Geckos belong to the lizard family and are technically reptiles. Not many people are fond of lizards because they seem to appear scary. Yet, quite a few, and that probably includes you, want to keep them as pets. The Tokay Gecko, in particular, is a favorite among lizard-loving pet owners primarily because of its attractive […]

Beardie info, Caresheet

Bearded Dragon Housing

Providing a good home for your bearded dragon is essential in raising a happy and healthy pet. As with all aspects of dragon care, following some simple guidelines can increase your chances of being a succesful dragon owner. There are different options that you can use for housing your bearded dragon in. Each option has […]

Beardie health, Caresheet

Why Your Bearded Dragon is Not Eating

One of the most worrying things that can happen with a bearded dragon is that it will sometimes stop eating. There are a variety of reasons for this, some simple and some more complex. Temperature If temperature is too low during the day, a dragon will go off his food. It should be around 100 […]

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Bearded Dragon Shedding

All reptiles shed their skin as they grow and bearded dragons are no exception! Here’s what you will have to expect when it comes time for your dragon to start shedding. What does ‘shedding’ mean? As reptiles grow, they get rid of the first layer of skin and replace it with a new, fresh layer. […]