Pet Care

Reptiles and amphibians often require very specific care. From husbandry, to veterinary care, to behavior work, we want everyone who has these animals in their care to be informed with up to date and reliable information for care and husbandry of all species.

General Information Topics

UVB Importance

Cleaning Products

Spatial Needs & Behavior

Pet Care Guides


Bearded Dragon
Green Anole
Green Iguana
Leopard Gecko
Veiled Chameleon


Ball Python
Corn Snake
King Snake
Milk Snake
Red-tailed Boa
Rosy Boa

Turtles & Tortoises

Box Turtles
Map Turtles
Painted Turtle
Red-eared Slider
Russian Tortoise


African Dwarf Frog
Fire-bellied toad
Poison Dart Frogs
Tiger Salamander
White’s Tree Frog

These pet care guides do not cover all aspects of care and are not intended to be the only source of information about these species and their husbandry. If you are looking to find information on a topic not listed above (or just more information), please send us a message!

Veterinary Care

Reptiles and amphibians typically fall under the exotics category in veterinary medicine, as such it can be more difficult to find an exotics specialist for your reptile or amphibian pet. It’s important to find a veterinarian in your area before bringing a new pet into your home.
Below are a few veterinarian options in Northern Colorado: