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Who in their right mind does not like coming home to the loving company of their beloved pet? It seem like there are more and more pet owners now-a-days as, due to 2020, pets are the only ones we get to see... Although it is interesting to note that pet owners are slowly branching away from the standard dog, cat, or hamster, and are gravitating toward the world of herpetology. Owning reptile pets are undoubtedly a bundle of entertainment that always keep you company, and these fascinating creatures
The act of reptile keeping has become a common staple in the American household with over 4.5 million reptile owners across the US. During the unfortunate times of 2020 the reptile keeping hobby has exploded! There are more herpetology enthusiast now more than ever, so we at Dragonhaus, LLC wanted to provide the top 3 beginner reptiles for those who are late to the party!
It is Post-Halloween and that means it is time for all things creepy, crawly, and slithery to come out of the shadows. Now as someone who has always enjoyed the company of our scaly companions, there are still a few that scare the living S*** out of me! So in the spirit of the holiday let's go through Scale Talk’s Top 5 Scariest Snakes!
When reptile keeping, it’s imperative to focus on creating a reptile habitat that can fulfill all the needs of them. There are many important factors to be considered in providing a proper reptile environment such as humidity, temperature, and plant life. A common keeper practice is to turn your enclosures into a bioactive enclosure to provide your reptile with a more natural home
A bioactive enclosure is a self-contained ecosystem capable of housing and maintaining a variety of animals, horticulture, invertebrates, and tiny micro-organisms. All of these beings have a very unique role to play when it comes to mimicking the natural environment of your pet. This provides the reptile a home that is better suited for their health and longevity.