Ivy, the Kenyan Sand Boa

Ivy, the female Kenyan Sand Boa: 16 years old (should live to be 30 years old). Ivy was hand raised by a loving human who left the country in 2018. She had believed she could take Ivy with her but at the last minute discovered that it would not be possible. These kinds of snakes are not for beginners. Ivy needs an experienced snake handler to care for her. She needs more attention paid to her than she is currently getting. She is healthy but has difficulty with sheds that do not come off her eyes properly and affect her vision. She has been accustomed to eating defrosted frozen food her entire life.


Zeus, The Bearded Dragon

Zeus is a very sweet male Bearded Dragon. He was an adult surrendered to PetCo in 2018, when he was adopted by a well-meaning but ignorant young person who did not know how to take care of Bearded Dragons, but knew enough to surrender 3 of them before they died. Zeus was the least affected because he was already an adult, but he spent a year in a very small and sparse 10 gallon box with improper diet and husbandry. Despite this, he is an amazing lizard who loves to be held and desperately needs a huge home where he can relax and feel safe. He adores climbing and attention.


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Thunder, the Russian Tortoise: Approx 5 years old. Male. Thunder was the pet of very young children for 3 years. The parents did not know about caring for a tortoise but knew enough to seek help when Thunder started developing a soft shell. Since he came to live with us 2 years ago, he has been eating a correct nutritious diet and been getting lots of direct sunlight. He has gained weight and no longer has metabolic bone disease and is a happy and curious soul. He needs a home where he will get attention from his human, as well as proper indoor and outdoor enclosures to continue his happy life.