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Annual Exams ARE For The Birds!

Posted on March 12 by Dana Hogg

Birds are very skilled in hiding signs of illness.  Often times when we first notice signs they are not feeling well, they have actually been sick for a few days.  In the wild, birds socialize in flocks and are generally prey species.  In order to survive, they must act normally so they do not get cast out of the flock and become more susceptible to predators. 

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Ball Pythons: What You Need to Know

Posted on October 5 by Patrick Morrison

Ball Pythons are a beautiful species that, like all reptiles, have specific care requirements that must be met to ensure they live a long and healthy life.

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A Little Bird Once Told Me: It All Starts With Husbandry

Posted on August 8 by Dana Hogg

Having the privilege of owning a bird is a joy as they are incredibly intelligent and loving companions. We owe to them to ensure that we do our best to create a stimulating and healthy environment for them within our homes.

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The Bearded Dragon Files II: Care & Husbandry

Posted on June 27 by Patrick Morrison

In the second part of our two part series on Bearded Dragons we discuss the key to keeping them healthy - the proper care and husbandry.

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