ADOPTIONS!

Looking for a reptile companion to add to the family? Check out our sweet, scaly friends who are looking for a forever home! Read their profiles to find a perfect match.

Adoptable Animals

Adoption Fee: $55 to $150

Lifespan: 30+ years

Diet: Carnivore, Rodents 1x week

Experience: Intermediate

Adult Cage Requirement: 40 gal. Wide

Native Location: Africa

The ball python is quite simply the most popular pet python in the world. Ball pythons are generally a bit shy, but are generally friendly. Ball pythons are native to central and western Africa and thrive in these warm, tropical areas. They are known as the royal python in many parts of the world and are revered in some areas of Africa.

Adoption Fee: $45 to $85

Lifespan: 60+ years

Diet: Omnivore, 3x Week

Experience: Beginner

Adult Cage Requirement: Outside pen 5x5 foot

Native Location: North America

Ornate box turtles have one of the largest natural ranges of any box turtle species – occupying nearly all of the American Midwest. Ornate box turtles are easily identified by their dark brown carapace with bright yellow markings radiating from the upper posterior section of each costal shield. The bodies of ornate box turtles are mottled brown and yellow/cream with yellow, orange and/or red markings on the face and forelegs. Like all other species of American box turtle, ornate box turtles possess a hinged plastron. Male ornate box turtles usually have a slightly concave plastron and possess red irises, and female ornate box turtles have a flat plastron with brown or yellow irises. Males also have longer, thicker tails.

Adoption Fee: $60 to $100

Lifespan: 15+ years

Diet: Carnivore, Rodents 1x week

Experience: Beginner

Adult Cage Requirement: 40 gal. Wide

Native Location: North America

Corn snakes are one of the most popular of all pet snakes and for good reason. Their extremely variable and gorgeous colors and patterns, ease of care and breeding, and generally docile dispositions have earned corn snakes their rightful, premier place in herpetoculture. The size of mature corn snakes is just right: big and hardy enough to accept regular handling, yet not large enough to intimidate a novice or child.

Adoption Fee: $65 to $300

Lifespan: 100+ years

Diet: Herbivore, 5x week depending on size

Experience: Intermediate

Adult Cage Requirement: Outside pen 20x20

Native Location: Africa

The most produced tortoises in the world are probably the sulcata tortoises of north central Africa. Sulcata tortoises are sometimes referred to as African-spurred, African spur-thigh, and just spurred tortoises. These are the third largest tortoise species in the world so please plan accordingly.

Adoption Fee: $125 to 250

Lifespan: 20+ years

Diet: Carnivore, Rodents 1x week

Experience: Intermediate

Adult Cage Requirement: 6 x 3 ft

Native Location: South America

These tropical snakes are among the most common and well known species in the hobby. They are mainly terrestrial, and are found throughout Colombia and adjacent countries. Typically encountered in the jungles, they are a highly adaptable species, and are sometimes found in close proximity to human establishments.

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