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|Rescue Me ID: 16-05-01-00059Veiled Chameleon (female)|
Veiled Chameleon for sale - Large cage, Lights, everything you need- Paid over 300.00 will sacrifice to someone that will love her
Warren County Stanhope, NJ 07874 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-04-24-00483Red Ear Slider Turtle (female)|
Emma is a pampered Turtle living in a 120 gallon turtle tank with a built in ramp and sundeck. Emma is 7 years old. Emma does enjoy walking in our yard, but has not been out of her tank since her owner has gone to college. Emma is used to a diet of fresh fruit, different kinds of lettuce and fresh fish (mostly gold fish) but she has ate a catfish. For the last 5 years Emma has laid approximately 3-6 eggs per year.
Warren County Washington, NJ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-04-09-00500Painted Turtle (male)|
Approximately 4 year old painted turtle. His name is Franklin. He is looking for a loving family to care for him. Very healthy, just now waking from his wintertime hibernation and getting very active.
Burlington County Palmyra, NJ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-04-04-00555Turtles |
4 Red Eared Sliders
Burlington County Maple Shade, NJ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-03-31-00581Turtle yellow belly sl (female)|
Somerset County Somerset, NJ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-03-13-00020Yellow Bellie Slider (female)|
Has issue with back legs need to be seen by vet
River Edge, NJ 07661 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-03-05-00160yellow belly slider (female)|
yellow belly slider. very friendly. Needs new home due to devorce and sale of house.
Ocean County toms river, NJ MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 15-01-07-00102Yellowfoot Tortoise (female)|
This is Squirt. She is a female yellow or redfoot tortoise. Vet said yellowfoot, but although he is an exotic vet, he was not 100% sure. She is about 10-15 years old and we took her in when the previous owner was going to just 'set her free'. Before contacting me, please understand that although I am trying to find her a new home, I will not give her away to just anyone. When showing interest, please include in your email: 1. Pictures of where the tortoise will live if you have an enclosure already. 2. Your experience with the species. 3. If you are a 'rescue', a link to your website or Facebook page and how many animals you currently have. After receiving interest in Squirt, I will answer questions I have received: 1. No, this is not a good pet for a child. The tortoise must be fed fresh greens and fruit each day and her enclosure needs to be cleaned monthly. Children should not pick up tortoises that are Squirt's size (about 7 inches) because the tortoise does have nails and their legs are VERY strong... a child could possibly drop it! 2. Squirt probably will not get much bigger and as far as I know, she is healthy. 3. The adoption fee covers the enclosure I have (Two Zoo Med Tortoise houses connected) and light fixtures (you will need new bulbs and new substrate). You will need a new uvb hood and light. If you do not need the enclosure, I will require pictures of where she will be kept. 4. I will not ship her, but I am willing to meet halfway to an extent. I am in South New Jersey, close to Philadelphia. 5. If you argue with me, insult me, or do not want to answer my questions, I will not consider you for adoption. I am an animal lover, but I just cannot keep the tortoise as I am running out of resources. I am looking for someone who can give a BETTER home than I can for Squirt... not just someone to take her off my hands. (Less)
Gloucester County sewell, NJ MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting Reptiles & More in New Jersey|
Reptiles & More can make good pets in New Jersey 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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