Proteus Reptile Trust - Dedicated to the Welfare of Captive Reptiles
Rehoming Centre Opening Hours:
 

Sat: 10AM - 4PM or by prior appointment.
 




We are constantly looking for homes for some of our reptiles at the sanctuary.  Many have been previously mistreated suffering horrific injuries and even missing limbs.  We are therefore looking for people who can offer a life long caring home.  Don't forget, many reptiles live a lot longer than your pet cat or dog. 
 

If you are looking for something more exotic then we are not the place to visit as the majority of reptile which we see are those easily obtained in pet stores, such as corn snakes, bearded dragons, leopard geckos etc.

 Here are just SOME of our scaley friends looking for a home!


Sprite
Sprite
This is Sprite, one of our female Bearded Dragons. She is a lively girl with lots of endless energy! We estimate her to be between two and three years old however the exact age is unknown. She is not aggressive in the slightest but does get a little bit too excited at feeding times!
Clint
Clint has been with us for around two years now and we are yet to find him a new home. He has beautiful markings on his back and a stumped tail. Clint eats a variety of food and is used to being handled.l
Clint
Nigel
Nigel
Nigel is another male Bearded Dragon in our care and has a nervous disposition. Although he is not aggressive, he is unsure of being handled and will need some extra attention.
Citrus
This is Citrus, one of many Rat snakes here at the centre in need of a new loving home. This beautiful creature measuring nearly 5 feet long, loves to hide in his cave and will spend many hours being particularly secretive! Citrus is slightly defensive when approached in the enclosure, therefore any potential new owner should take this into account
Citrus
House
House
This is House a House snake! Believed to be male, this quiet fella is quite secretive and doesn't currently strike feed. He prefers for his food to be left in his enclosure overnight. House is a gentle snake to handle and is suited to someone who wants a smallish snake as these do not grow very large.
Taco
Meet Taco, our Desert Iguana! He is six and a half years old and extremely lively. Desert Iguanas are vegetarian lizards so are therefore ideal for people who don't like dealing with live food. He is not hand tame and prefers to be left alone but can be entertaining when going about his daily routines which usually involves investigating his enclosure with periods of digging.
Taco
Bobby
Bobby
This is Bobby, a Bosc Monitor currently in our care. He is currently between two and half and three feet long and is slightly overweight. Due to the general temperament of this animal we are looking for an experienced keeper who is able to provide a large enclosure and opportunity for exercising.

A full list of animals will be available shortly.  In the mean time, if you are interested, please give us a call or email us.
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