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By newhopereptilerehome, Jul 15 2016 03:37PM

Feeding your herp a variety of livefoods, as they would eat in the wild, will ensure they have a balanced diet, helping prevent hunger strikes by keeping them interested.


Insectivorous reptiles obtain a healthy diet when locusts and crickets are included. Some also eat mealworms, morio worms and calci worms. Please visit us for all your livefood needs and advice.


Looking forward to seeing you soon.



Livefood - Large Locust
Livefood - Large Locust
Livefoods - Locusts
Livefoods - Locusts
Livefoods - Crickets
Livefoods - Crickets

By guest, Jul 15 2016 03:27PM

It may not be scorching sunshine, but the humidity can also be overwhelming for animals....


Top tips for keeping pets cool in hot weather:

Never leave pets in cars

Don’t let pets sit out in strong sun, or leave hutches, runs or cages in direct sunlight

Never put your bird cage close to the window or in direct sunlight

Give pets plenty of clean, fresh water at all times

Know the signs of heatstroke

Trim long-haired pets

Walk dogs in the morning or evening

Check your rabbit - flystrike

Discard any leftover food

Cool your small furry pets down with ice

Take extra care if transporting pets in hot weather

Check your fishponds and aquaria

Click on the link for some simple in depth advice from the PDSA....


https://www.pdsa.org.uk/taking-care-of-your-pet/seasonal-advice


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