Yup- we even get reptiles! Reptiles and amphibians have very specialized needs for care. If you are considering adoption of such a pet we encourage you to do your research on the needs of each animal. What is great for one, could do serious harm to another. If you have questions on care of such animals, we encourage you to speak with a local veterinarian specializing in the breed. This is the best way for you to learn what the animals need and to ensure you are providing adequate and proper care to your new friend.
Kiwi is a 2 year old male Leopard Gecko. Leopard Geckos need at least a 15 gallon tank with substrate, hiding places, and a heat lamp. Kiwi has been at Talbot Humane since 8/3/21.
Monster and Creature are a pair of Pink Bellied Side-Necked Turtles. Monster is a male and Creature is a female. These turtles are fresh water turtles from Australia and New Guinea. They can live for up to 50 years! Adults can reach a length of 8 to 9 inches. It should have plenty of water […]
Squirt is a South African Side-Neck Turtle. He came to Talbot Humane when his owner could no longer care for him. They grow to be 7-12 inches long and can live for 50 years or more! Squirt is an aquatic turtle and needs water to swim and dive in. He should also have rocks to […]
We currently have 2 female bonded turtles that are looking for the right home. Mary Shelley is a Mississippi Map Turtle and Frankie is an Ouachita Map Turtle. These girls need a protein based diet, with shrimp, krill etc. They need a large aquarium where they have water and land available, a light and heat […]
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