Heres hoping she likes it!

Heres hoping she likes it!

posted 3 hours ago with 10 notes
So be honest with me… Is Quinn’s new cage too crowded? Because I tend to go overboard!

So be honest with me… Is Quinn’s new cage too crowded? Because I tend to go overboard!

posted 3 hours ago with 10 notes
Anonymous asked:
Hi, I used to be a native wildlife rescue carer, but have had to stop due to moving to a place that doesn't allow pets. I have however been told I can have a snake. I've worked for short periods of time with Murray darling carpets and children's pythons but I'm honestly not too sure what other types of snake make good pets here in Australia, so I was wondering if you had any recommendations. If it helps I live in South Australia (so humidity can be a bit of a bugger but I've coped in the past)

There are so many species that make good pets in Australia. A few questions will help narrow it down…

Are you after a big snake or a little snake?

Do you want to handle it lots or would you prefer just to watch?

Do you want something colourful or more natural looking?

Do you prefer the classic python shaped head or something more slimline?

Are you comfortable feeding fish or lizards? Or would you prefer to stick to frozen thawed rodents/birds?

Does a feisty temperament appeal to you or would you like something more docile?

posted 7 hours ago with 4 notes

Camera is back and functional again! Pictures tonight… So many pictures!

posted 10 hours ago with 10 notes

Man there are some awful Anons going around today. Fuck that one lonely asshole who is trying to make people miserable. You’re all wonderful, you don’t need some grey face trying to ruin your day! Misery loves company so just let them be miserable alone. You’re fantastic and a bigger, better person who is stronger than letting them get you down.

I love you exactly the way you are!

posted 10 hours ago with 10 notes

If I am ever feeling down, I look at pictures of my guinea pigs having a bath… It still makes me laugh.

posted 1 day ago with 29 notes

I have zero tolerance today. 

posted 1 day ago with 10 notes
Hey guys! My page is under construction at the moment, please be patient with it’s ugly and it should be up and ready again in a few hours :)

Hey guys! My page is under construction at the moment, please be patient with it’s ugly and it should be up and ready again in a few hours :)

posted 1 day ago with 5 notes
Anonymous asked:
What sort of advice would you give to someone looking into getting a green tree python?

Wow this is a really long winded question for me to answer, it’s hard for me to shut up about GTP’s so please forgive me if I start rambling ^.^

Edit: Okay well this wound up over a thousand words so I am going to put a read more in!

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posted 1 day ago with 17 notes
Anonymous asked:
Oh thank goodness. We were terrified that it had something to do with incorrect humidity or something, as our other rescue snake, the grumpiest children's python you will ever meet, sheds don't bunch up. (Also thankfully we got to her before too much went wrong.) I'm sorry to have wasted your time if it's completely normal, we have read all we can and are still terrified we're doing everything wrong.

It’s never ever a waste of my time to make you feel better :) All sheds are different and lots of snakes shed in different ways depending on many different factors like tank layout, cage furniture, if they’re arboreal or terrestrial etc. Nake for example always has hers hanging over a perch with a very convenient albeit gross poop inside. Whilst Dax always has his rolled and stuck to his hide door (so he doesn’t miss the chance to bite me, I assume).

You’re doing all the right things and whilst it’s not my place to say, I am very proud of your research and care for your scaly babies :)

posted 1 day ago with 4 notes
Anonymous asked:
Bunched up but off in one piece. I've unravelled it both times and they're both perfect sheds other than the holes I've accidentally put in them

Well that’s not odd or unusual at all! Snakes sheds often bunch and roll during the removal process. As long it is all off in one piece, you’ve got nothing to worry about :)

posted 1 day ago with 3 notes
Anonymous asked:
About a year ago, my best friend and I moved in together into a house. Upon arrival we discovered that the previous tenants had abandoned their Murray Darling carpet python which we now take care of. He was severely dehydrated and I have no idea when his last meal was before I fed him. His vivarium way too small with poor heating. It took 8 months to bring him to health and shed. He's just had his 2nd shed and like the last one it's all bunched up a foot and a half into the shed. Is this normal?

He is a lucky snake to have fallen into such good hands!

Are you talking bunched up and in one piece off his body like he has removed a stocking and it has rolled up? Or bunched up and still stuck on his body?

posted 2 days ago with 1 note
Anonymous asked:
I'm so happy the little noodle will be okay! Rooting for you little dude!

Ohh me too! I keep checking on him! He pooped on me tonight, so I am going to take that as a good sign. Obviously the old digestive tract isn’t too damaged if he is getting stuff through it.

posted 2 days ago with 5 notes
Bruce is King of the Jungle!

Bruce is King of the Jungle!

posted 3 days ago with 9 notes
Anonymous asked:
So glad to hear the news about Tolkien! He couldn't have asked for a better owner. : ) What reptile vet did you go to?

I’m not comfortable giving away details of my location, however I really wish I could give them a good rap.

I am the lucky one and I am so glad that he is okay! My baby is feeling much  better, the swelling has gone down and he had a good soak last night.

posted 3 days ago with 7 notes