|Posted by pghreptileshow on April 2, 2019 at 5:45 PM||comments (0)|
Our vendor of the month this month is -
Dave with Adam and eves Pet station
How long have you breed / collected reptiles?
When I was about 10 years old I had a pair of red ear sliders they were mine and my brothers pets, the female “Fredet” got very large almost 11 inches and my male “Fred” stayed only about 6 inches. When we first got them, we thought but turtles were boys so their names were Fred but then Fredet had eggs and we changed her...Read Full Post »
|Posted by pghreptileshow on December 25, 2018 at 8:30 PM||comments (7)|
This Months Vendor Spotlight interview was with - Timothy J. Gould
Timothy is one of our Venomous Vendors and we are very proud to have him highlight his collection at our shows monthly. Here is a little more about him.
How Long have you been breeding / Collecting Reptiles?
November 21st marked 27 years keeping serpents; December will mark 22 years breeding them.
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|Posted by pghreptileshow on November 29, 2018 at 10:25 AM||comments (1)|
|Posted by pghreptileshow on June 9, 2018 at 11:05 AM||comments (0)|
I've had many people over the years ask me what my Favorite reptile is. well i decided to let everyone know via a blog entry why i think Sand boas the the best!
First let me tell you I have owned everything from Full grown Burmese pythons to other tiny breeds like Childrens pythons, Savu and more. I love all of them but The little Sand boa has taken my heart.
And with a face lik...Read Full Post »
|Posted by pghreptileshow on December 4, 2017 at 5:15 PM||comments (0)|
Pittsbugrh Reptile Show & Sale Vendor Spotlight - We are going to be taking the time to Highlight our amazing regular vendors at the show today we talked to - Rick Krumrine Reptiles
Business name - Rick Krumrine Repties
How long have you owned/ Breed Reptiles? I've had snakes and other unusual critters all my life and I bred my first snakes in 1989! They were a pair of Corn snakes.
Why do you own/ Breed ? Ever since I was...Read Full Post »
|Posted by pghreptileshow on December 14, 2016 at 9:50 AM||comments (1)|
Baby it’s cold outside…Winter is here and with it the lower temperatures that cause many exotic pet owners to worry about how to transport their loved pets. Reptiles and most tropical birds, can be hard to transport safely in fridgid temps. In this article we will explore some recommendations on how to safely transport them during cold weather.
Snakes and Lizards
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|Posted by pghreptileshow on November 10, 2016 at 1:40 PM||comments (0)|
When it comes to taking care of a reptile pet it is quite different then taking care of a cat or dog. A sick or stressed reptile does not always really show what is going on, which makes it hard to define the problem. However there are some symptoms that could indicate a problem with your beloved pet. You will need to keep a good eye on this and act accordi...Read Full Post »
|Posted by pghreptileshow on November 8, 2016 at 1:30 PM||comments (1)|
Subspecies: West African Dwarf Crocodile, Congo Dwarf Crocodile
Other names: Broad-snouted Crocodile, Bony Crocodile, Black Crocodile
Average Length: 5 ft (1.5 m)
Average Weight: 40 to 70 lbs (18 to 32 kg)
Life Expectancy: 75 years
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|Posted by pghreptileshow on November 7, 2016 at 1:10 PM||comments (2)|
Wanted to share my list of local vets that care for reptiles- If you know of any that did not make my list please share!
Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital South
560 McNeilly Road Pittsburgh, PA 15226 Tel: (412) 344-6888 Fax: (412) 344-5459
Services: 24 hour routine,critical and emergency care for canine, feline, pocketpets, herps, exotics
VCA Northview Animal Hospital
223 Siebert Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15237 - ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by pghreptileshow on August 4, 2016 at 9:20 PM||comments (0)|
So I got a Phone call this AM from a snake owner trying to trouble shoot a sick snake that they have owned for over 15 years now... Here was one of two things i thought of and then started looking it up and here's some neat infomation i thought i would share.
Artical By Elise Xavier
Although a good number of reptiles, and pets in general, are infected with salmonella, it’s actually quite near impossible to tell if your reptile has salmonella, as the visibl...Read Full Post »