Bunnies

Bunnies

Enclosure: The best way to decide the size of indoor cage is to pick a size that is at least five times the size of the rabbit. Do not use cages with metal screen floors or glass aquariums. An outdoor hutch is also highly recommended. The bunny will use pine or paper...
Sulcata Tortoise

Sulcata Tortoise

Caging: Sulcata Tortoises should be raised indoors for the first few years of their lives. A shallow cardboard box can be used as these tortoises don’t need a lot of room to run around. As they grow they will need to be kept outside. A section of the yard should be...
Leopard Gecko

Leopard Gecko

Caging: 10 to 20 gallon tank. Need at least two hideaways. One above an under tank heater and one filled with watered down moss to create a “humidity hut” to help with shedding. Substrate: Reptile carpet or even thin marble tile are recommended. Lighting: Leopard...
Beared Dragon

Beared Dragon

Caging: 30 to 40 gallon tank with a hide box Bedding: Calcium Sand or walnut shells can be used. Though if the bearded Dragon eats too much of the substrate, it can cause compaction. Take care to monitor the bearded dragon’s eating habits. Lighting: Bearded dragons...

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