This is Rizzo; a fairly new arrival at the reptile rescue who has passed quarantine with flying colours.
Rizzo is a lively character with a good temperament; therefore he would make a lovely addition to the family.
At times, he can be picky with greens (can’t we all), however he is otherwise eating well.
Meet Ceceilia! A bossy girl with a huge appetite.
This pretty girl had a rough start in life before coming to the centre. She has been with us for a while now and so, we really would like to find her a forever home.
She has a bend in her tail near the tip; however this doesn't affect her. She has also had nose rub.
Meet Smaug, or by some, affectionately known as Frilly!
Frilly came into the centre after being kept in poor conditions at his previous home. He has since been living with us at the centre and has captured the hearts of both staff and volunteers alike.
He recently went to the vets for a checkup and is now ready for adoption.
This gorgeous lizard is not for the faint hearted! She is quick, agile and very prone to stress and therefore is more of a ‘display animal than one to be handled regularly. We are looking for someone who has space for a large enclosure and has experience with similar species.
Meet Inca; a beautiful Black Spiny Tailed Iguana!
We are still searching for Inca's ideal home after her spending too many years in rescue.
She is not an aggressive, however she has a nervous disposition and can be a little unpredictable.
We are looking for an experienced home where a suitable large enclosure can be offered.
This is Oslo; believed to be an older gentleman who is seeking a retirement home. He's very placid and still enjoys his food.
Oslo has part of his tail missing and an old fracture to one of his wrists. Please don't let this put you off though, as he is a wonderful animal
Meet Drogo; a stunning young male Bosc Monitor who came into us at Christmas time.
This young man has had an unfortunate start in life and so, needs a very special home. He eats a variety of food including locusts, morioworms, egg, rodents, pachnoda grubs and dubai roaches.
Drogo behaves like a typical young Bosc Monitor and will need someone with a lot of patience and time