Welcome to my blog!
My name is Sarah and I am a reptile fanatic. Here you will find more pictures than you ever needed to see of my reptiles and other pets. I am happy to answer any questions, you just have to ask. If you have a picture of your scaly pet you would like to share with me, please feel free to submit it!
Xox Sarah.
Time to get my study on!

Time to get my study on!

A day in a onesie with my bird… Ohh and I sign my contract with my new job! Can you believe they hired me?

A day in a onesie with my bird… Ohh and I sign my contract with my new job! Can you believe they hired me?

Most women hide tampons from their boyfriend due to some irrational male fear of wadded up cotton on a string. I have to hide them from my boyfriend so he doesn’t unwrap them and stick them up my nose when I fall asleep during movies…

Gracie help!

Hi guys! Gracie is in my town and she wants me to dress in a historical look! Only I only have historical shoes! Does anyone have some historical clothes I can borrow for a short minute just for my assessment?

Thank you!

Anonymous: I got my first snake in autumn last year, so this is the first summer that I have a snake, and I'm worried about her overheating as I don't have air conditioning or insulation in the house I live in )= do you have tips and stuff for recognising if a snake is overheating and cooling them down? I'm just worried because she absolutely hates water so I don't think she'd soak in her water bowl...

I think the most important thing is to ensure the tank stays below 40 degrees celsius as opposed to recognising heat stress symptoms. Snakes don’t show heat stress until it’s far too late. My recommendation is to use your heat source in conjunction with a thermostat to ensure the element doesn’t increase your tank beyond safe temps. If the room itself is getting too hot, remove the snake from its tank and place it in a bath of cool (not cold) water inside a plastic tub. If it is just hot but not above 35 degrees, place them in a plastic tub on a cool floor such as tiles or concrete inside :)

Hope that helps!

Anonymous: Have you ever considered owning any venomous snakes? I'd really like a Bandy-Bandy one day

I absolutely have and will! Death adders and RBB’s will be my game but I am not licensed or trained for that yet :)

Me watching Godzilla 2014: THEY ARE NOT BEING HONOURABLE LIZARDS!

Jason: STOP IT! FIGHT WITH DIGNITY!

Jason: OH MY GOD THIS GUY! The wing ones a cheater!

raverick:

sarah-scales:

I got a little carried away with my macro lens today…

Your snake is friggin precious, and those are great photos!

Thank you so much for saying :) Nake is an absolute sweetheart! The sweetest of the sweet… I’ve never met a snake with a more docile nature.

Anonymous: Do you think Bratwurst or Chorizo is a better name for a Hognose? I need a name for the living sausage!

Hmmm I’ll need a picture to be sure but I’m thinking Chorizo!

He’s a pure Palmerston jungle, he’s not a jag :) But thank you! He is gorgeous! I can’t wait to spend some time with him when he has settled in.

He’s a pure Palmerston jungle, he’s not a jag :) But thank you! He is gorgeous! I can’t wait to spend some time with him when he has settled in.

Anonymous: I currently have a Murray Darling CP and I'm thinking about getting another scale baby for the house, but IDK what. It cant be too big (my MD is probably gonna be the biggest animal i'll ever own) fully grown and i'd prefer something that has a good reputation, unlike childrens pythons. got any recommendations?

Spotted, Stimson, Rough scaled, Bredli, Woma, Palmerston Jungle, Pygmy… It really depends on what takes your fancy!

krisym: I am shocked by the length of your scale dog (my bts is only 22"). How long is s/he?

I have never measured him! I will on my next work day! He’s not my BTS but rather one from work.

The new man in my life! I’m thinking about calling him Buzz instead of Midas!

I have him… He’s gorgeous… I love.