Saving reptiles from humanity one lizard at a time! - Company Message
Critter Pictures!!
 
Buttercup
Buttercup
14.5 ft. Male Albino Burmese Python - Buttercup came to us from Wings of Wonder in Buena Vista, OR. When the couple retired and the business closed down, there were no longer had children to hold Buttercup so we gladly stepped up and adopted him. He is extremely docile and loves to roam around our house (supervised of course! You’d be surprised where a 13 ft. 100 lb. snake can fit if he really wanted to) and in our yard (pending the weather) to get his exercise.
Zeus
Zeus
Male Bearded Dragon - Zeus is one of the reasons we decided to go forth and pursue our dream of owning a reptile rescue. He was our first reptile that came to us and has a fantastic personality. Part of his tail is missing because he was injured as a baby. Unfortunately, his tail will not grow back but it doesn't slow him down. He loves to be held and cuddled, and will fall asleep on your shoulder for hours if you let him, which we have. :-)
Lucy
Lucy
Female Herman's Tortoise - Lucy come to use from a good friend of ours whose daughter was leaving for a while and would not be around to care for her. She was extremely shy at first but now has warmed up to the family and even roams around the house with our Boxers. When she wants to go somewhere, she just plows her way through. The dogs have learned to get out of her way, and Lucy isn’t afraid to show them whose boss! It's quite the sight to see! :-)
Houdini
Houdini
Northern Blue Tongue Skink - Houdini was actually purchased by us to use in our educational program. Blue Tongue Skinks are one of the only reptiles that have facial and voice recognition of their owners. He loves to curl up in the hood of your sweatshirt and has a very sweet temperament. Skinks are very unique looking reptiles - they have the head of a snake, a very long body, extremely short legs, and a cobalt blue tongue.
Craze
Craze
Female Tokay Gecko - I think this picture gives the perfect explanation of why we named her Craze. She came to use from the same gentleman who gave us Asher. Tokay Gecko's are extremely territorial and will bite anyone and anything that comes in her territory. She'll warn you by opening her mouth and barking at you but if you continue to push her limits, she will lunge at you and try to bite. Once Tokay latches on, they don't like to let go. It can be a painful experience (yes, we know first-hand about that one).
Herman
Herman
Male Veiled Chameleon - Herman came to us courtesy of The Dragonz Den where they ended up having 100 baby chameleons in this clutch. He is growing fast and his colors are becoming so vibrant. Chameleons don't really like to be handled, as it stresses them out, so he is more of a reptile we observe rather than hold a lot.
Buttercup
Buttercup
Buttercup taking a bath and this is another picture just to show his size. This is a large bath tub, and as you can see, he fills the whole thing. He loves his baths!
Rose Hair Tarantula
Rose Hair Tarantula
This beautiful lady came to us from a young man who is leaving for the Navy and cannot take her with him. She was well cared for and we look forward to using her as one of our animals in our education program.
Sulcata Tortise
Sulcata Tortise
Meet Dozer. He is a 9 year old 35 lb male Sulcata Tortoise that is absolutely wonderful. He comes with us to all of our presentations and is quite the popular guy as he roams his way through a crowd of children. He also makes a fantastic lawn mower. He loves to roam our 2 acres and eat the grass and plants. For a large tortoise, this guy can really move when he's in the mood.
Tortoise Train
Tortoise Train
Up front and leading the way is Dozer. Next in line is Lucy, our Herman's Tortoise, and behind her is our newcomer to the rescue family, Herman, a Russian Tortoise. Herman was found lost and no one came forth to claim him so we were contacted. He is a sweet little guy and we're happy to have him in our family.
 
 
Website Builder provided by  Vistaprint