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Hi there, my name is Burt Wilson. If you are a lizard enthusiast like me, you know that your reptiles are as important to you as the friendliest and fluffiest puppy or kitten. However, while we are mammals, our scaled kindred spirits have a different biology that requires special attention. I feel like most reptile homes aren't perfect for reptiles, so I decided to create this website to correct many misconceptions about owning them. But I also have a passion for literally any other type of pet and have kept all of them. While you will be learning primarily about reptiles, you will sometimes see articles covering all sorts of other critters.

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The Top Three Vegetarian Pet Reptiles

4 May 2017
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Pets & Animals, Blog

Reptiles make great pets because they are unique and fun to bring into a home. Many people enjoy having reptiles as pets for this reason, especially because they make great conversation starters. However, some people get squeamish when it comes to feeding their pet reptiles since most require live animals, such as mice or crickets. This is why you might want to consider vegetarian pet reptiles. Here are the top three contenders:
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3 Reasons Why It’s Dangerous To Leave Your Cat Home Alone While On Vacation

3 May 2017
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

Cats are often seen as aloof, self-reliant creatures that can take care of themselves so long as they have adequate food and water. Unfortunately, thinking this way can be misleading, as cats still need human care and attention, even if you'll only be away for a day or two. If you need to go on a business trip or on a vacation, here are three reasons why your cat could end up in danger if you leave them alone at home.
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Moving To A Warm Climate? 3 Services A Pet Groomer Can Provide For Your Dog

24 April 2017
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

Visiting a dog groomer shortly after moving can be a necessity when you're going to be living in a new climate. While you may already be prepared with new clothing for the warmer temperatures at your new home, you need to keep in mind that you'll have to make some changes for your dog as well. Rather than take care of grooming entirely on your own, consider the following reasons why visiting a groomer should be one of the first things you do after settling into your new home.
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Check Your Canine And Feline Friends For Lead Poisoning Too

20 April 2017
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

Lead poisoning has gotten a lot of attention due to the water crisis that continues to plague the residents of Flint, Michigan. Although news stories focus primarily on the human element, often left from the narrative is the fact many cats and dogs can also fall victim to lead poisoning in communities where the toxic substance is prevalent. Here's more information about how to tell if your pet has been affected and the treatment options available to help your animal friend.
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Important Ways To Prepare For A New Puppy Or Kitten

10 April 2017
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

Are you thinking about getting a new puppy or kitten? Will this be the first young cat or dog that you'll have owned? Even if you've owned adult dogs or cats before, puppies and kittens can have different needs. There are also dangers around your home that you may not have previously realized. Before you bring home a new puppy or kitten, it's important to remember to make sure that your home is ready and is as safe as possible for their arrival.
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How A Home Can Become A Lizardtopia

Hi there, my name is Burt Wilson. If you are a lizard enthusiast like me, you know that your reptiles are as important to you as the friendliest and fluffiest puppy or kitten. However, while we are mammals, our scaled kindred spirits have a different biology that requires special attention. I feel like most reptile homes aren't perfect for reptiles, so I decided to create this website to correct many misconceptions about owning them. But I also have a passion for literally any other type of pet and have kept all of them. While you will be learning primarily about reptiles, you will sometimes see articles covering all sorts of other critters.

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