Reptiles are great pets for many reasons.

They don’t take a lot of space and attention.

They come with various species that fit the owner’s needs. Some species have a variety of morphs that are different in colors and patterns.

Some reptiles are just-watch pets but some reptiles are easy for handling even with kids.

We cover many aspects of common reptiles such as bearded dragons, leopard geckos, snakes, tortoises, and more.

Blue Tongue Skink Habitat Setup

Blue tongue skinks can be found roaming the tropical forests of New Guinea, Indonesia, and Australia. It is essential when living in captivity that their natural habitat is mimicked as much as possible to ensure you provide a healthy environment that allows normal behaviors while reducing the risk of injury.

Chinese water dragon respiratory infection

Chinese Water Dragon Respiratory Infection

Respiratory infections are very common in reptiles, including the Chinese Water Dragon. The infection can be serious if not monitored and treated. As a Chinese Water Dragon owner, you want to do the best for your reptile pet, which means getting a good understanding of respiratory infections, the signs and how to treat them.

Best Blue Tongue Skink Hides

Blue tongue skinks are very active reptiles that spend a large portfolio on their day basking and searching for food. They also have a burrowing nature, which is why you want to provide them with hides. You will need a cool and a warm hide, somewhere your skink can go if they feel insecure or vulnerable, a place to sleep and feel secure.

Chinese Water Dragon Eye Infection

All reptiles have eyelids with many using their lower lid more than their upper lid. The eyes have conjunctiva, which is a tissue that lines the inner lids to the eyeball. As with humans and other animal species, Chinese water dragons can be prone to eye infections.

Why Is My Chinese Water Dragon Brown

When you think of your Chinese water dragon, you imagine a bright green water dragon with some bands on the tail. It’s understandable to get concerned when you notice that your usually bright green reptile has turned brown or is turning brown. As a Chinese water dragon owner, I believe it important that you get to know why your dragon could be changing color and what you can do to remedy the problem.