14-01-2015

Reptile and Amphibian Care – Size

Many herptiles purchased in captivity are juveniles. This means that they will grow over time (provided, of course that they are well cared for). It is important to provide your herptile with an appro

14-01-2015

Reptile and Amphibian Care – Vitamin Supplements

Many books on herptile care suggest giving your herptiles some type of vitamin supplement. Whether this is necessary or not is open for debate, but feeding high quality foods is more important than us

14-01-2015

Reptile and Amphibian Care – Water

All herptiles need water, regardless of what is naturally occurring in their environment. It may seem like a desert dwelling herptile has no need for water but this is almost never the case. While the

14-01-2015

Mushroom Toxicity

Easier to Prevent than Treat The rainy season in Northern California brings a bounty of beautiful flora and fauna. Many clients have questions and concerns about exposure of their pets to mushrooms.

14-01-2015

Lilies are Toxic for Cats

Lily toxicity in cats is well recognized by veterinarians, but many cat owners are unaware of the dangers of these plants. The toxic varieties include Easter lilies, day lilies, tiger lilies, rubrum