What Size Enclosure For My Bearded Dragon?

This will be based on a Bearded Dragons needs. But It’s relevant for many species. I see so many people in various Social Media groups/forums getting the “1 dollar a […]

Force feeding

Force Feeding – A “Solution” Thrown Around All To Often *This is based on a post of mine in Bearded Dragon Network. Baby food. Carnivore Care. Critical care fluid(CCF). Liquid […]

Scared of the Eggs!

*This article is an updated version of one of my own pieces with the same title printed in ‘Practical Reptile Keeping’ magazine, and on ‘Reptile Apartment’. It was originally based […]

My Reptile Loves Car Journeys!

Disclaimer – This post is based on a discussion I had originally within an Iguana Facebook group. But I see it time and again on many groups. My own Bearded […]

Let’s Disassociate With These Words

We all hear the same constant phrases or words when reading certain Reptile related subject on social media, and it’s about time some of these are gone and forgotten, forever. […]

Dillon – From The Animals at Home Podcast – The Q&A Interview.

Going back a number of years, I used to do like a Questions & Answers type interviews with the people relevant not only to myself within the Reptile/Amphibian community. But […]

Animals at Home Podcast/Videocast

This was a pleasure to be involved with. The always amazing, interesting, and often inspiring Animals at Home podcast/videocast, with the host, Dillon (many thanks again, Dillon) For anyone interested […]

Cross Contamination

This was a very popular article of mine I first had up on Reptile Apartment about 6 or 7 years ago. It was then picked up by ‘Practical Reptile Keeping‘ […]

The Stigma of Wild Insect/Bug Feeding.

Now picture this….. It’s 1988, you’re 12 years of age, and you have your very first reptile, a Bearded Dragon. The nerves. The fear. The anticipation, The excitement. All these […]

Buying A Baby Bearded Dragon.

*This post is an expansion regarding one of my own posts I often refer to in my Bearded  Dragon group  a couple of years ago. Still, such a common problem* […]