Snakes & Lizards

Kingsnake Care

Congratulations on welcoming a snake to your family. We here at Four Seasons Animal Hospital want to help you with your new friend, starting with the basics...

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Corn Snake Care

Congratulations on welcoming a snake to your family. We here at Four Seasons Animal Hospital want to help you with your new friend, starting with the basics...

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Boa Constrictors and Pythons: Care in Captivity

Congratulations on welcoming a new Boa or Python to your family. We here at Four Seasons Animal Hospital want to help you with your new friend, starting with the basics...

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Savannah Monitor Care

The Savannah monitor is native to the savannahs of eastern and southern Africa. In the wild these monitors are scavengers covering large distances as they search for small prey items. Savannah monitors in the pet trade are either wild-caught or captive-raised.

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Care of the Green Iguana

Unlike domestic pets that have lived with human beings for multiple generations, pet reptiles, even those that are captive bred, are still essentially wild animals. Our goal for keeping iguanas in captivity should be to copy their natural environment and diet as closely as possible.

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Leopard Gecko Care

Congratulations on welcoming a Leopard Gecko to your family. We here at Four Seasons Animal Hospital want to help you with your new friend, starting with the basics...

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Veiled Chameleon Care

The Veiled chameleon is indigenous to Yemen, in the southwestern region of the Saudi Arabian peninsula. This species is found in extreme environments ranging from arid desert to seasonal “wadis” or streams that form in the desert after rain. Chameleons are difficult animals to keep in captivity.

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Panther Chameleon Care

The Panther Chameleon is a relatively large chameleon species originally from Madagascar. In its natural range, the Panther Chameleon lives in a wide range of semi-humid to humid habitats in the coastal belt and offshore islands of the northern half of Madagascar, Reunion and Mauritius. Chameleons are difficult animals to keep in captivity.

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Jackson’s or Three-horned Chameleon Care

Jackson’s chameleons comprise three distinct subspecies native to the montane regions of Kenya. Large feral populations are found in Hawaii where specimens are often caught for the pet trade. Small numbers are also captive-bred. Whether caught in the wild or captive-bred it is important to remember that chameleons are difficult animals to keep in captivity.

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Care of the Bearded Dragon

Congratulations on welcoming a new Bearded Dragon to your family. We here at Four Seasons Animal Hospital want to help you with your new friend, starting with the basics...

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Feeding Insect Eating Reptiles

If you have never had an insect eating pet before, the thought of it can be a bit overwhelming. However, we hope that with these tips, we can help you to become a master a feeding your insectivore in no time.

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