Each year it’s a tradition in many homes to make resolutions for the upcoming year. Do you make resolutions? How about resolutions to do with your pets and their care? Here’s some ideas if you’d like to try out a resolution for your pet.
I had to sneak over to the photo studio where they were nice enough to let me take a few pictures to share today.
Several feathered, scaly, and furry pets call Drs. Foster & Smith offices their home. Take a look at some fun pictures of these cuties!
Learn a few important facts about turtles and turtle care BEFORE you get a turtle as a pet.
Mini crabs (like fiddler crabs or red claw crabs) are not simply neat additions to a freshwater aquarium, but specialized crustaceans that require a little different habitat and care to thrive and be intriguing pets.
All pet owners want to take good care of their pet. Learn about a priceless site that offers free pet info & tips for good pet care.
While hermit crabs may only be a few dollars apiece, providing them with a proper home takes time and more money. These charming little creatures are not “throwaway” pets, and can live for upwards of twenty years with the right care! Learn more about their needs.
Did you know that a snake’s shed skin is not a reliable indicator of the snake’s true length? Learn a little more about my snakes’ process of ecdysis, or skin shedding.
By gut loading feeder crickets for 24 hours before you feed them to your Leo, you will be letting the crickets fill up on beneficial nutrition which will then be passed on to your leopard gecko when it eats those crickets.
In part 2, read about some of the changes I made to my office “water garden terrarium,” including adding fish and new live plants.
For three years, I’ve shared my cubicle with a small jungle. That’s not a reference to my coworkers, or the mess on my desk, but a paludarium.
The word paludarium stems from the Latin words “paludal” (relating to marshes) and “arium” (a place of, or connected to). That is, an environment that combines both water and [...]
While they don’t stick around like some other species of geckos, Leos do have one distinct feature that most others don’t: eyelids. Most researchers believe leopard geckos developed these translucent, movable eyelids because of their natural habitat, (rocky, desert-like parts of the world such as Afghanistan and Pakistan) where a certain genetic trait such as eyelids would come in handy against dust, sandstorms, etc.