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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Review: Bio-Activity and the Theory of Wild Re-Creation™

Review: Bio-Activity and the Theory of Wild Re-Creation by John Courtney-Smith (Author), David Alderton (Foreword) The term, “bio-active” has been around a good number of years. While its practise, far […]

Social (media) Distancing. See What I Did There ;)

I’ll use Facebook groups as the main protagonist here in this social media show In an age where social media is the goto platform for a person’s want to “learn”, […]

Another Feature Article In ‘Practical Reptile Keeping’ Magazine

This months issue features a 6 page article by myself on ‘shedding in Bearded Dragons’. As well as a ton of cool content, including a ‘natural history of the Horsfields […]

Setup Cleaning – Lemon & Vinegar.

Lemon, Salt & Vinegar…Oh my! We all know the likes of Lemon juice and White Vinegar have antibacterial properties. It’s something handed down by generations of Grandmothers for good reason. […]

My New Article In ‘Practical Reptile Keeping’ Magazine

Latest edition of Practical Reptile Keeping magazine is available. Not only does it have a 7 page detailed article on feeding Corn Snakes, by myself 🙂 But a ton of […]

Scared of The Eggs

  We understand things better. We have better science within the hobby, that really does aid in all elements of the keeping process. You will often find the female of […]