Exotic Pets Newswire

Exotic Pets Newswire

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  1. 2 iguanas returned after being stolen from Tooele pet storeRead the original story

    Tuesday | KSL-TV

    Still, nobody has been identified as the culprit responsible for taking the exotic pets, which the store says are worth about $2,400 combined. The iguanas were taken from the store either late Aug. 19 or early in the morning Aug. 20, according to Tooele police.

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  2. Iguanas stolen from Tooele pet store mysteriously returnedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Deseret News

    Still, nobody has been identified as the culprit responsible for taking the exotic pets, which the store says are worth about $2,400 combined. The iguanas were taken from the store either late Aug. 19 or early in the morning Aug. 20, according to Tooele police.

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  3. Local woman starts hedgehog health businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Times Beacon Record

    Nesconset native Brianna Stiklickas went from being an extreme soccer player with recruitment offers from 40 different colleges to starting her own business to benefit her beloved exotic pet. The 22-year-old college sophomore and The Stony Brook School graduate recently celebrated a successful Kickstarter campaign in which she raised more than $12,000 to boost her new business, Meet Eugene, named after her hedgehog.

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  4. Spiders the size of MICE could soon invade Welsh homes, experts warnRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | IcNetwork

    The Giant House Spiders, which can grow up to 12cm long, have been boosted by a wet spring and warm summer Experts have warned that spiders as big as MICE could soon invade homes in Wales, and each one is able to give birth to 60 spiderlings at a time. Following a wet spring and a fairly warm Welsh summer, insect levels, including that of the Giant House Spider, have sharply risen.

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  5. Bearded dragon which was sent to exotic pet shop in the POST is out of a critical conditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | IcNetwork

    A bearded dragon which was sent through the mail to a reptile shop is out of a critical condition and recovering, an animal charity have said. But, it has taken on fluid and eaten and the RSPCA, are looking to move him to a specialist reptile centre.

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  6. Dream job in reptile retailing beckons lizard loverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Oxford Times

    Buy this photo Steve Mills, pictured with a Greeen Iguana called Albert, has opened an exotic pet shop called Lenny's Lizards, in Mill Street, Wantage REMEMBER when you were five years old and the coolest thing you could imagine was having your own pet lizard? Well Steve Mills kept his dream alive, and now he has his own exotic pet shop. For the past four years Mr Mills has run Lenny's Lizards reptile rescue centre in the home he shares with his partner, Nikkie Almond, in Wantage, finding new homes for abandoned reptiles and amphibians.

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  7. Exotic pets help school girl's recoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Milford Mercury

    ... her body. Last Friday morning (August 14) Shannon and her family were treated to a visit from Rob Parker and his exotic pets from the Pembrokeshire Wildlife Project. They were introduced to Hermione the African pygmy hedgehog, Atreyu the tarantula, ...

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  8. Animal experience valuable when applying to vetaRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 13 | The Western Producer

    ... animals to people. a Non-traditional species - there are vets who specialize in wildlife, zoo animals, exotic pets, laboratory animals, fish and birds, to name a few. a A substantial portion of veterinary medicine deals with diseases ...

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  9. New Market Research Report: Other Pet Food in VenezuelaRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | PR-inside.com

    ... anticipated increase in Other pet population, with many Venezuelans becoming increasingly interested in owning exotic pets apart from conventional dogs and cats. The growing percentage of single-person households and couples without children ...

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  10. Do you recognize this Bearded Dragon?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | InsideHalton.com

    It's not every day that exotic wildlife is found wandering along Caledon's side roads. Turtles yes.

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  11. 'They told me the number and I was like, 'Yeah right': More...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | Edmonton Journal

    ... The voluntary surrender was the best possible outcome for the reptiles, he said, since people illegally keeping exotic pets typically sell or abandon the animals when they realize they can no longer take care of them. It took the sanctuary more than ...

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  12. Lemurs Among Exotic Animals Seized in Central NebraskaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | KHGI

    ... notes: The veterinarian on the scene said the lemurs and other animals were well taken care of, but said exotic pets take a lot of space and special requirements. Officials are not releasing the name of the licensed facility the animals were taken ...

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  13. 150 alligators, crocodiles and caimans relocated from Toronto home to zooRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | GlobalNews

    ... off the ends," he said. "Most people who have lions, tigers, bears and crocodiles do the wrong things with their exotic pets, but this individual did a lot of the right things," said Loyst. "He made a great donation to the crocodile rescue facility ...

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  14. Crocodile calamityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | Castanet.net

    ... The voluntary surrender was the best possible outcome for the reptiles, he said, since people illegally keeping exotic pets typically sell or abandon the animals when they realize they can no longer take care of them. It took the sanctuary more than ...

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  15. Exotic pet shop's horror as bearded dragon lizard is delivered to them - in the POSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | IcNetwork

    The lizard was delivered in a first class parcel to Reptile Cymru in Cardiff and was sent from somewhere with a CF10 postcode The owners of an exotic pet store in Cardiff have condemned a mystery mailer who sent a live bearded dragon lizard in the post. Staff at Reptile Cymru say the animal, a juvenile, is not expected to survive its ordeal, which was coupled with an apparent lack of care prior to being posted.

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  16. Crikey! 150 Toronto crocodiles, alligators rescued by reptile zooRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | The Toronto Star

    ... need a larger place,” Loyst said. “Kudos to them. A lot of people don't do the right thing with exotic pets, and they actually did.” Most of the 400 animals at the zoo, in addition to the new arrivals, are rescues that had been ...

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  17. Young artist gives Pet Parade poster underwater feelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 12 | The Olympian

    ... for the 86th annual parade, based on a painting by 8-year-old Desiree "Desi" Knutson of Olympia, shows much more exotic pets, though. The mermaid on the poster is shown holding the leashes of two octopuses with bows on their heads and two smiling ...

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  18. Python spotted on Burnaby Mountain, likely one of manyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 11 | Canada.com

    ... The Wildlife Rescue Association's Yolanda Brooks said her organization only deals with native species, not exotic pets. People should call the SPCA if they come across an abandoned pet, including snakes. The SPCA would hold them and try to locate an ...

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  19. Police Remove Two Small Alligators From Erie HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 11 | WICU12 Erie

    Two small alligators have been removed from a home in East Erie. The man who had them as pets says he didn't know it was against the law to raise them.

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  20. Exclusive: City staff spot python on Burnaby MountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 10 | Burnaby Now

    ... The Wildlife Rescue Association's Yolanda Brooks said her organization only deals with native species, not exotic pets. People should call the SPCA if they come across an abandoned pet, including snakes. The SPCA would hold them and try to locate an ...

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