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Reptiles are exotic pets that require a lot of care. They have different needs than most other types of pets, so it is important to do your research before getting one. If you have a cat or any other furry family member, you would know that caring for reptiles is vastly different yet manageable. But for new pet owners, reptile care can be frustrating.

Do you have a reptile that needs care? Geolance offers professional reptile care services to meet the specific needs of your beloved pet. From feeding and watering to cleaning and handling, our experts will take care of everything so you can relax and enjoy your reptile without any worry. Our team of experts has years of experience in taking care of all types of reptiles, so you can trust that your exotic pet will be well taken care of while in our custody. We know that each animal is unique, so we provide customized service plans to ensure they receive the best possible care.

Problems with Reptiles

Reptiles can be a handful. They often have very specific needs and can be quite temperamental. If you are not used to dealing with reptiles, it is easy to make a mistake that can cause harm to your pet.

·      Some of the most common problems with reptiles include:

·      Not providing the correct environment

·      Not feeding them the right food

·      Not watering them enough or at the wrong time

·      Handling them incorrectly

If you are having any trouble caring for your reptile, please do not hesitate to contact Geolance for help. We will be more than happy to assist you in ensuring your pet is healthy and happy.

Types of Pet Reptiles

Reptiles come in all shapes and sizes, making them one of the most diverse types of pets. Some of the more common pet reptiles include:

·      Lizards

·      Snakes

·      Turtles

·      Tuataras

·      Crocodilians

Lizards are a common pet and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The most common types of lizards kept as pets are the iguanas, geckos, and bearded dragons. Lizards need a warm environment with a temperature range of 75-85 degrees Fahrenheit and should have a place to hide and bask in the light. Snakes are also a common pet and come in a wide variety of species. Some people are scared of snakes, but they make great pets for those who are comfortable handling them. Snakes need an environment that is between 80-85 degrees Fahrenheit with a humidity level of 50-70%. They should have access to water at all times. Turtles are another popular pet reptile. They can live for many years and need a large aquarium or terrarium with plenty of room to swim. The temperature in their enclosure should be around 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit and they require a UVB light to help them synthesize vitamin D. Tuataras are the only living species of sphenodonts, a group of reptiles that went extinct about 200 million years ago. They are native to New Zealand and make great pets. Tuataras need a cool environment with a temperature range of 60-68 degrees Fahrenheit and should have access to both UVB and UVA light. Crocodilians are the largest reptile species and include alligators, crocodiles, and caimans. They require a large enclosure with plenty of water for swimming. The temperature in their enclosure should be around 80-85 degrees Fahrenheit, and they require a UVB light to help them synthesize vitamin D.

What to Consider for Reptile Care?

If you have brought a reptile as your pet, you need to be careful of some important considerations. You need to make sure you have a large enough tank or enclosure as retiles need plenty of space to move around. It is a good idea to buy a reptile heater and thermometer to make sure the enclosure is at the right temperature. Reptiles typically need a warm environment to live in, between 75- and 85-degrees Fahrenheit. Remember also that reptiles need a humidity level of 50-70%, so you will need to use a humidity gauge to monitor the humidity and adjust it as needed. You can increase the humidity by misting the terrarium regularly or adding water dishes.

Reptiles, like any other living being, need proper nutrition and proper feeding times, so don't forget to provide a variety of food items, including both live and frozen insects like crickets or mealworms. You can also buy specially made food for reptiles at pet stores. You should also clean the tank or enclosure regularly to prevent bacteria build-up. Be prepared to handle your reptile carefully. They can be spiky or slimy, so use caution when holding them.

Reptile Diseases

Reptiles are susceptible to becoming ill from various types of diseases, just like other animals. That's why you may need reptile medicine at some point. Some common problems that reptiles may experience include: respiratory infections, parasites, fungal infections, and vitamin deficiencies.

Symptoms of Reptile Diseases

If your reptile is not acting normally, it may be sick. Watch out for the following symptoms:

·      Not eating

·      Not drinking

·      Lethargy

·      Inactivity

·      Swelling

·      Discharge from eyes or nose

·      Reddening of skin

If you notice any of these symptoms in your pet reptile, take it to a veterinarian right away. The vet will be able to diagnosis the problem and prescribe the appropriate treatment.

Reptile Medicine

If you think your reptile may be sick, it is important to take it to a reptile vet who specializes in treating reptiles. These reptile veterinarians have the knowledge and experience to treat your pet properly and get them back on the road to good health. Geolance offers a dedicated team of qualified reptile vets in your area who can help you get your cherished pets the medical care they need.

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Geolance offers a full range of reptile care and veterinary medicine services to help keep your pet healthy, making it unnecessary to go to an animal hospital. We provide both in-clinic and at-home veterinary care to meet the needs of each individual patient. From preventive care to urgent care, we have you covered. Our team of amphibian veterinarians has years of experience treating reptiles, so you can trust that your pet is in good hands.

Not only that, but we provide many other pet services. Our veterinarian experts can provide a lot of helpful recommendations, advice, and useful resources to help you take care of your pet. Our team continues to give general care as well as specialized treatment plans. Post your project for us today, and we will reach out to you as soon as possible.

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