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Rescue Me ID: 14-10-17-00444Red slider turtles (female)

Reptile/Amphibian   


    Two red slider turtles.One Male, One female

     Animal Location:

El Paso County Colorado Springs, CO 80916 MAP IT!

Contact:
Mark Tafoya 719-964-4685

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Rescue Me ID: 14-10-07-00137Sulcata tortiose (male)

Reptile/Amphibian    Age: Young Adult


    20-25 year old sulcata tortiose needs a new home before the snow comes. I will be moving out of state soon and cannot take him with. He needs a lot of room to roam and he eats a lot. He has pyramid shell due to lack of sunlight and vitamins when he was younger. I am not asking for an adoption fee but he must go to a good home.

     Animal Location:

Adams County Aurora, CO MAP IT!

Contact:
Tim Cary

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Rescue Me ID: 14-08-27-00428Red Tail Boa (male)

Reptile/Amphibian    Age: Young Adult


    Loving 4 yr old Red Tail Boa that I must rehome asap. have custom enclosure and all lighting and heat hardware to go with!

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

Boulder County Broomfield, CO MAP IT!

Contact:
Benjamin Snider 925 323 1343

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PIease Read Before Adopting Reptiles & More in Colorado
    Reptiles & More can make good pets in Colorado if they match your IifestyIe. Reptiles are interesting animals. Many types of reptiles and amphibians are kept as exotic pets. Snakes, turtles, iguanas, and frogs are popular examples. Keeping a reptile as a pet is a tremendous responsibility. Many reptile owners discover that owning a reptile is not as rewarding as they had hoped. Reptiles do not bond with people the way mammals can, and are sometimes neglected for that reason. Also, many people purchase young, small reptiles without being aware of or prepared for their eventual adult size. For example, Burmese Pythons are often bought as pets when they are about two feet long. However, many do not realize that Burmese Pythons are among the largest snakes in the world, with adults averaging 23 feet in length and weighing hundreds of pounds! There is now an established invasive population of Burmese Pythons in Florida due to pet owners releasing the snakes into the wild. Scientists believe these huge snakes will keep spreading out and will one day inhabit one third of the United States! Some owners are not prepared for the long lifespan of a pet reptile. Some species of turtles are known for their extreme longevity. Iguanas can grow to be six feet long and then live for 20 years. Sadly, many captive reptiles suffer from dehydration and kidney problems, poor nutrition, and all other manner of neglect. A person who is truly ready to commit to a reptile pet can alleviate some suffering by adopting an animal rather than purchasing new.

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lnteresting Reptiles & More Trivia Low-Cost Colorado Spay & Neuter Clinics
    The word Reptile comes from the Latin Repere, which means to creep. The breeding or keeping of reptiles is called Herpetoculture. The largest Burmese Python in captivity weighs over 400 pounds and is about 27 feet long.

Related pages:

Reptiles & More Rescue

Colorado Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

Arapahoe County - Byers, Colorado 80103
Every Creature Counts 720-422-5582

Denver County - Denver 80204
MaxFund Animal Adoption Center 303-595-3561

Denver County - Denver, Colorado 80204
MaxFund Animal Adoption Clinic 303-595-0532

Denver County - Denver, CO 80223
Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital 303-722-5800

Boulder County - Boulder, Colorado 80301
Humane Society of Boulder Valley 303-442-4030

Boulder County - Boulder, Colorado 80302
Humane Society of Boulder Valley 303-443-8102

Larimer County - Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Larimer Humane Society 970-226-3647

El Paso County - Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909
Hamlett Spay & Neuter Clinic 719-475-1800

El Paso County - Colorado Springs, Colorado 80962
Dreampower Animal Rescue Foundation 719-390-7838

Archuleta County - Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Humane Society of Pagosa Springs 970-731-4771

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