This is a list of the vegan, vegetarian, and mostly plant-eating lizards that can be kept as pets.
Here's the natural history of the ball python in the wild, which is a popular pet snake.
If your leopard gecko's eyes are closed, have discharge, or have other issues, here are some things that could be wrong and that should be addressed immediately.
Here's a simple guide laying out a proper diet for an adult bearded dragon to ensure optimal health.
Here are some tips on what to feed and how to care for your pet Greek Tortoise.
Choosing the best substrate that is easy to maintain, good for your tortoise, and reasonably priced can be tough. Let's go through your options.
Understand the best kind of habitat and materials you need to create an environment for your Greek tortoise. Here's what you need to build a enclosure your tortoise will thrive in.
There's a quirky side to your neighborhood beekeeper. They have a strange vocabulary.
Learn how to set up a beehive and what equipment you will need. This article will tell you how to get started beekeeping from start to finish.
How to get your picky ball python to eat frozen rodents. Learn common and uncommon tricks for getting your snake interested in food and discover reasons why your python might not be hungry.
Do you love snakes? Are you looking for the perfect name for your new companion? Choose from 250+ funny, silly, ironic, or obscure pet snake names. There are badass names on this list, too. Happy searching!
These pet snakes are great for those new to snake care and who prefer snakes that are small in size.
The red-eared slider turtle is a fantastic pet. Here you can find everything you need to know about this turtle's diet, tank setup, and general maintenance requirements.
Bioactive enclosures are increasing in popularity among the reptile and amphibian-keeping communities. These setups include live plants and invertebrates that purify and clean enclosures.
Many owners become concerned when they notice bubbles or liquid seeping from their pet's nose. A healthy tortoise should have clear and dry nostrils, but not every snotty case is a cause for panic.