Reptiles

Looking to adopt a rescue reptile? Look no further!

Our reptiles are kept at the RSPCA Adoption Centre at Pets At Home in Stockport.

If you have any queries please contact them directly on:    0161 480 4754 or stockport-adoption-centre@rspca.org.uk

Adopting a reptile guide

 

 

 

 

REPTILE OF THE MONTH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Zeus

Location: RSPCA Adoption Centre, Stockport Pets At Home

Zeus is a 5 year old male corn snake that came into our care after his owner sadly passed away. He is a just over 4.5ft in length and is quite a chunk!  Zeus has been examined by an exotic specialist vet and is in wonderful condition. 

When Zeus arrived, he was a feisty boy that wasn’t used to being handled and wasn’t happy when you entered his vivarium. Fast forward a few weeks and Zeus is a totally different snake! We can clean his viv with no issues and he’s happy and inquisitive when handled.  He does love to explore his vivarium and is often found burrowing in the aspen or moving in between the branches so a large viv with lots of enrichment is a must to keep him entertained! 

Zeus is a strong willed snake and due to his size he would be better suited to someone with experience of snakes, that will continue to handle him on a regular basis. Zeus will require a vivarium with a minimum length of 120cm x a height of 40cm and a 40cm, which will allow him to fully stretch out. He will require a thermal gradient of 28-30°C at the warm end and 20-24°C at the cool end. Temperatures must be controlled using a thermostat. Ideally, a 2-7% UV bulb must also be provided.

If you are interested in adopting Zeus or would like more information about him, please call 0161 480 4754 or email  stockport-adoption-centre@rspca.org.uk

 

 

 

Tango

Location: RSPCA Adoption Centre, Stockport Pets At Home

Tango is a beautiful juvenile female corn snake around 1 year old. She came into our care from a multi-animal household where the animals were all in poor, cramped conditions and sadly their needs were not being met. Tango has been examined by an exotic specialist vet and has been given a clean bill of health and is now looking for a new home.

The first thing you notice about Tango is her vibrant blood orange colouring, she is a gorgeous snake. She can be a little bit feisty around feeding times but she’s still young and has definitely calmed with regular handling and a good feeding routine. She eats and sheds with no issues. Tango loves climbing up the branches and leaves in her vivarium and can usually be found curled up in her humid hide.

She will eventually require a vivarium with length of 120cm x height of 40cm x width of 40cm, which will allow her to fully stretch out. She is currently living in a vivarium half this length as young snakes can often become stressed in an environment which is too big for them. She will require a thermal gradient of 28-30°c at the warm end and 20-24°c at the cool end. Temperatures must be controlled using a thermostat. Ideally, a 2-7% UV bulb should also be provided.

If you are interested in adopting Tango or would like more information about her, please call 0161 480 4754 or email  stockport-adoption-centre@rspca.org.uk

 

 

 

Athena

Location: RSPCA Adoption Centre, Stockport Pets At Home

Athena is a 3 year old female corn snake who was picked up by an inspector after being abandoned in a property. Athena was found hiding under a rug and had been without proper care for around six weeks!

Athena is quite a strong willed snake and she’s not overly keen on being handled.  She does love to explore her vivarium and is often found burrowing in the aspen or moving between hides. Athena would benefit from regular handling to help her to rebuild her trust in people. We think an experienced owner would suit her best.

Athena will require a vivarium with a length of 120cm x a height of 40cm and a 40cm, which will allow her to fully stretch out. She will require a thermal gradient of 28-30°C at the warm end and 20-24°C at the cool end. Temperatures must be controlled using a thermostat. Ideally, a 2-7% UV bulb must also be provided.

If you are interested in adopting Athena or would like more information about her, please call 0161 480 4754 or email  stockport-adoption-centre@rspca.org.uk

 

 

 

Babs

Location: RSPCA Adoption Centre, Stockport Pets At Home

Barbara, or Babs as she is known to her pals, is a lovely adult female bearded dragon that came into our care after being found stray and taken to a local pet shop. Unfortunately, all attempts to trace her owners were unsuccessful so she is now looking for a new home. She has had a full health check by an exotic specialist vets, including a faecal test for internal parasites and other than being a little (ok, a lot!) on the chunky side, she is in good health.  

It is quite obvious that larger than life Babs loves her grub! Her eyes light up when she sees an insect coming her way and she will hop off her log to snap it up but she is not so keen when we bring out her greens. She often sits by her bowl waiting for something more exciting than veg to come along. Barbara spends most of her days as all dragons do, basking in the rays and wondering when her next meal will arrive. She is happy to be handled and is becoming more inquisitive as the days pass. She is going to make a wonderful addition to the right family.  

Barbara will require a vivarium with a minimum length of 120cm, 60cm height and 60cm depth will be required. There needs to be a thermal gradient of 38-42 at the warm end and 22-26 at the cool end. Temperatures must be controlled using a thermostat and a 10-12% UV bulb must also be provided. 

If you are interested in adopting Babs or would like more information about her, please call 0161 480 4754 or email  stockport-adoption-centre@rspca.org.uk

 

 

 

Hank

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Location: RSPCA Adoption Centre, Stockport Pets At Home

Hank is a small adult bearded dragon that was picked up as a stray so he is now looking for his second chance at happiness! Hank was in a bit of a sorry state when he arrived in our care. He was underweight, lethargic and appeared to struggle to find the energy to move around. As we have no history on him, we can only assume it was a result of poor diet and environment in his previous home. After being examined by an exotic specialist vet and some much needed TLC from our team over the past few months, we are pleased to report Hank is now happy and healthy and ready to find a new family.


Hank is a quiet and friendly chap. He is definitely happiest out of his vivarium, exploring new surroundings, enjoying a bath or just chilling with his human caretakers. When he isn't out of his vivarium, he will happily spend the day watching the world from the comfort of his basking log. Hank likes to sit on his log at the front of his viv, surveying the outside world and being generally nosy.


Hank is fed on a variety of greens and live food. Locusts are by far his favourite but he is partial to a dubia roach when the mood takes him!
Hank will require a vivarium with a minimum length of 120cm, 60cm height and 60cm depth will be required. There needs to be a thermal gradient of 38-42 at the warm end and 22-26 at the cool end. Temperatures must be controlled using a thermostat and a 10-12% UV bulb must also be provided.

If you are interested in adopting Hank or would like more information about him, please call 0161 480 4754 or email  stockport-adoption-centre@rspca.org.uk

 

 

 

Arthur

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Location: RSPCA Adoption Centre, Stockport Pets At Home

Arthur is an endearing little leopard gecko who came into our care after his owner was sent to prison. We don't know much about Arthur but we've rapidly learnt he's quite a character who makes up for his small size with his personality!

Arthur is probably best described as a bit of a grump. He could certainly give Oscar the Grouch a run for his money. He may have a very sweet, smiley face which y
ou can’t help but fall in love with but sadly, Arthur doesn’t appear to have had any regular handling. When you pick him up he will swish his tail at you and give a little hiss to let you know of his disapproval. Whilst he would not hurt anyone you can see his annoyance when you clean him out and when you feed him live food he surely lets the bugs know he means business with his munching! But food is definitely the way to his heart and as soon as the bugs come out, so does Arthur. He will happily chase after them and although he can be a little clumsy in his catching technique, you can see the enjoyment in each munch! 

Given time and patience, we are sure Arthur will let down his grouchy demeanour and embrace the happy go lucky nature which is more common of leopard geckos! Arthur would probably be better suited to a home with an experienced owner who can spend some time getting him used to human attention. He's been health checked by an exotic specialist vet and faecal tested for internal parasites and has been given a clean bill of health! 


Arthur will need a vivarium with a length of 60cm x height 40cm x width 30cm. There needs to be a thermal gradient of 28-30°c at the warm end and 24-26°c at the cool end. Temperatures must be controlled by using a thermostat. A 2-7% UV bulb must also be provided.
  

If you are interested in adopting Arthur or would like more information about him, please call 0161 480 4754 or email  stockport-adoption-centre@rspca.org.uk