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We have several of These available, Black tail prairie dogs. These guys make great Pets we have both males and females

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A hedgehog is any of the spiny mammals of the subfamily Erinaceinae, in the eulipotyphlan family Erinaceidae. There are seventeen species of hedgehog in five genera, found through parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa, and in New Zealand by introduction. There are no hedgehogs native to Australia, and no living species native to the Americas (the extinct genus Amphechinus was once present in North America). Hedgehogs share distant ancestry with shrews (family Soricidae), with gymnures possibly being the intermediate link, and have changed little over the last 15 million years.[2] Like many of the first mammals, they have adapted to a nocturnal way of life.[3] Hedgehogs' spiny protection resembles that of the unrelated porcupines, which are rodents, and echidnas, a type of monotreme. The name hedgehog came into use around the year 1450, derived from the Middle English heyghoge, from heyg, hegge ("hedge"), because it frequents hedgerows, and hoge, hogge ("hog"), from its piglike snout.[4] Other names include urchin, hedgepig and furze-pig. The collective noun for a group of hedgehogs is array.

Florida Softshell Turtle (Apalone ferox)
Description:
Florida Softshell Turtles are olive-green to brown in color and can be identified by their soft, rubbery shell and long noses. They can grow over 2 feet long and live up to 20 years if properly cared for.
Habitat and Tank Requirements:
This species is native to Southern North America.
This species does well with a soft, sandy substrate and plenty of clean water. Water should be kept at a temperature of around 70-75º F with a pH of 6-7. You will need a water filter to help maintain clean water. When choosing a filter, use common sense: a pump that is too small will leave the water dirty, while a too-powerful pump with filter out the microorganisms needed to maintain a healthy pH.
Adding aquatic plants will improve the water quality, the look of the habitat, and give your turtle a place to bask. Rocks or wood should also be added to give your turtle a place to rest.
Florida Softshells should be kept by themselves or in an enclosure with lots of space. Overcrowded Softshells can become territorial. If keeping more than one, be sure there is enough room for each turtle to claim its own space.
These turtles do well with an ambient temperature of 70-80º F. LEDs or other low-wattage light bulbs work best for maintaining these temperatures. A basking area should be kept at about 90º F. You can use either a ceramic heat emitter or a reptile basking light for this. Heat rocks are not recommended as they can burn your animal.
Diet:
Florida Softshell Turtles are mainly carnivorous and will feed on small crickets, mealworms, wax worms, feeder fish, pinkie mice, and shrimp as well as floating turtle pellets. It is recommended that food be dusted with calcium to prevent bone softening.
Handling:
Allow your turtle time to become accustomed to its new home before handling them extensively. Handling them little by little over a period of time lets the animal get used to you and reduces stress.

"Fan-throated lizards are found mostly on the ground in thin forests. This lizard is very famous for stretching his throat out, thus impressing his partner and displaying dominance of his territory over other males.

Timing is a very important challenge when photographing these lizards -- as the lizard’s full fan is only completely displayed for one second. Every 5-10 minutes, the lizard will again fan his throat out for around 30 seconds. About 90% of the time, he partially fans out his throat and around 10% of the time, the lizard fans his throat out fully -- as he did in the image above."

ecies: (P.reticulatus)
Origin: This animal originates from Southeast Asia.
Size And Longevity:
This is a beautiful snake and has proved to be fairly docile if raised from babies, but be advised these animals get to be a very long snake!!!, these animals are not a good choice for the beginner, but these are a great display animal and they have beautiful diamond shape gold to brown color patterns, these are among the longest snakes in the world but not the more heaviest snakes, they are more slender in build than some snakes may be but are still pretty strong, these are important facts to understand before you make the decision to buy one because these animals can grow pretty quick, they can reach an average size of 20 to 28.5 feet, but in captivity 18 to 19 feet is more common and these animals are constrictors and they grab their prey and wrap around it, and these animals have been known to live 10 to 15 years in captivity, the good thing is that these are babies and you will have some time to tame them.
Habitat And Caging Requirements:
This species is usually quiet easy to keep but they do require will need some room as they grow later, they do well at a temperature of around 82 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit, 1 baby animal can be kept in a 30 gallon tank or vivarium type of setup and an adult will require much more room with a very secure top in a large type of reptile setup at least 8 feet long by 6 feet wide, by 4 feet high, as this species is arboreal and does enjoy hanging in limbs.
You can decorate the tank with wood, live or plastic plant's, aspen substrate and rock's, this species seems to do best in a tropical like aquarium or vivarium type setup with a basking area and some moss, and give them a hiding place, and a water dish to drink from and add humidity, and keep the water clean by changing it every other day, also keep a water spray bottle handy to mist down the setup once or twice every day and this will also help with your' pet's shedding, they also enjoy a basking area, you also need a UV light to set up a basking area for your' animal and also place a heat pad at one end of the setup.
Temperature And Lighting Requirements:
You want to use low wattage bulbs' for best results' to avoid over heating of your' pet as over heating could cause your' pet to dehydrate, these animals' seem to fair well at temperatures of (82 to 95 degrees F.), you also need a UV light set up for a basking area so the animal can move to and from heat as needed.
Feeding And Nutrition:
For feeding your' pet, they like to feed at night' and small ones will feed on baby mice but as they grow they will begin to take larger mice and rats, they seem to do well if fed once every 4 to 7 days.
Handling And Care:
"Alright for the care and handling of your pet", I know these guys' are so cute that your' going too want too handle them all the time right?, but when you first get them it is a good idea put them in their new home and mostly enjoy watching them get use to their new home and feed them well for at least a couple of day's which is really a good idea for any new pet that you get of any kind and then gradually start too handle them from time to time, this is called acclimating your' animal which cut's down stress which in turn make's you have a happier healthier pet, since these are babies you have a better chance of taming them.

Axolotls are large salamanders that come from the remnants of lakes Xochimilco and Chalco in Mexico City, Mexico. Axolotls live their entire lives in water, never emerging onto land. Axolotl care requirements are minimal, and provided temperature and water flow are well controlled, they are hardy, easy-to-care-for captives that breed readily in captivity. It is difficult to think of a more unusual display animal than the axolotl, and its bold and tame nature makes it an interactive pet.

Axolotl Availability
Axolotls are often available from private breeders, often via the Internet. Axolotls are not commonly available in reptile stores or at reptile shows, owing to their incompatibility with most reptile-friendly temperatures. Some suppliers may be able to special order them for you, but generally the best sources for healthy axolotls are other hobbyists.Axolotl Size
Most axolotls reach about 10 inches total length (from the tip of the nose to the end of the tail). A few will pass 12 inches, but this is rare. I have personally seen and photographed a 17-inch axolotl that had to be seen to be believed, but such monsters are highly unusual. Axolotls reach sexual maturity when they reach about 8 inches. This can be in as few as six months, but generally it takes about a year of good care to reach this size.

Axolotl Life Span
Axolotls have been known to live past 20 years, but it is unusual to find an individual older than 10 years.

Axolotl Housing
A 10-gallon aquarium can accommodate a single adult axolotl, but due to the large amount of waste produced by these messy creatures, a 20-gallon aquarium is a safer choice. Axolotls do not emerge from the water, so a land area would go unused. Fill the aquarium to the depth of your choice, but it will be easier to maintain good water parameters when the aquarium is filled, as you would for aquarium fish. A lid or aquarium hood should be kept in place at all times because axolotls have been known to jump out of their aquariums.

A filter will help maintain safe water parameters. The best choice is an external canister filter, but ensure the water outlet to the aquarium is fitted with a spray bar or other flow-spreading outlet. This is necessary because axolotls do not tolerate distinct water flow like fish. Axolotls that live in a noticeable water flow for a few months will go off food and develop stress-related diseases. Lack of appetite and forward-curled gills are usually a sign of stress from too much water flow.

Axolotl Lighting and Temperature
Like the vast majority of amphibians, axolotls do not require lighting, and indeed, new axolotls may be shy if kept under bright lighting, though they will become accustomed to it if provided with some hiding places (the usual aquarium “furniture” such as caves, wood, plants, etc.). Lighting is generally for our viewing pleasure and for the benefit of aquarium plants. Choose a plant-friendly bulb, such as those sold for freshwater aquarium fish. Keep in mind that lighting fixtures often generate a lot of excess heat and this can be detrimental to axolotls.

Temperatures up to the low 70s Fahrenheit are tolerated well by axolotls. An ideal temperature range is the low to mid 60s. Temperatures above 74 degrees will invariably lead to heat stress, loss of appetite and death. If you cannot provide year-round temperatures below this limit, axolotls are not the ideal pet for your circumstances. If you must have an axolotl but you have temperature problems, consider buying an aquarium chiller for the warmer parts of the year.

Axolotl Substrate
The ideal substrate for axolotls is aquarium-safe sand. Axolotls have a bad habit of ingesting gravel and mouth-sized objects if they are available. This can lead to gut impactions and the death of the axolotl. If you wish to use gravel, consider large pebbles instead. Anything the size of an axolotl’s head or smaller can and will be consumed!

A substrate is not essential – many keepers use no substrate at all – but it is certainly more pleasing to the eye in a display aquarium if a substrate is used, and it will also help to keep water parameters stable by providing surface area for beneficial bacteria.

Axolotl Food
Good staple foods for axolotls are nightcrawlers (large earthworms) and frozen bloodworm cubes. Good treat foods for axolotls include frozen shrimp from the supermarket (cooked), and lean pieces of beef and chicken. Avoid live food such as feeder fish because of the risk of parasite and disease transmission – axolotls are vulnerable to many fish diseases and parasites. Pinkie mice and other fatty foods are best used only as a rare treat for axolotls and preferably not at all.

As is the case with most salamanders, axolotls have no need of vitamin/mineral supplementation, and indeed it would be hard to deliver this to an aquatic animal. In my experience, axolotls fed solely on nightcrawlers will never develop any vitamin or mineral deficiencies.

Axolotl Water and Quality
Tap water is fine for axolotls, provided it is pretreated with aquarium water conditioner to remove chlorine and chloramines. Axolotls are far more forgiving than aquarium fish when it comes to water quality, but a good filter and regular water changes should be employed nonetheless. If you’ve ever kept aquarium fish, follow a similar routine.

Ideally, a new aquarium and filter should be allowed to cycle for several weeks prior to the introduction of axolotls to let the water conditions settle and filter bacteria develop. Be sure to keep an eye on water parameters using the test kits

Water Dragon (Physignathus cocincinus)
A.K.A. Chinese Water Dragon
Description:
Water Dragons are medium-to-large-sized, bright green lizards with head crests and small spikes along their back. The males are larger, with larger crests and spikes. Males are also more triangular in shape while females are more pear-shaped. They can grow up to 2-3 feet from the tip of their snout to the end of their tail. These lizards can live 10-20 years if taken care of properly.
Habitat and Tank Requirements:
This species is native to China and Southeast Asia.
These lizards do well with a substrate of sand or sand/gravel mix. They will sometimes burrow, so be sure the substrate is deep enough to accommodate this behavior. Add plenty of plants, wood, and rocks to the tank for them to climb and hide in.

The Emperor Scorpion belongs to the Scorpionidae family.
Origin:
These scorpions are native to Tanzania.
Size and Longevity:
Emperor Scorpions range from 3.5 inches to 5 inches long, and their average life is 5 to 7 years.
General Description:
Scorpions do well in captivity but are generally aggressive toward humans. Like most scorpions, Emperor Scorpions are nocturnal, which means they sleep during the day and come out at night to eat.
Habitat and Cage:
Scorpions do not need much room because of their relatively small size. Emperor Scorpion gets along with other scorpions and can be housed together, but it is not recommended to have any more than 3 scorpions in one enclosure. A 2.5 to 20 gallon tank is sufficient housing depending on the amount of scorpions.

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We have several of these guys available they are really cool
Red Head Agamas are a medium-sized lizard with grey to blue colored bodies and red-orange heads. The vivid colors of this species gives it the nickname “rainbow agama.” They will grow up to 12-15 inches in length. They are hardy, active lizards and can live up to 6-10 years if taken care of properly.

At the Jackson TN exotic pet show. Having a Great time!!!!!

We have several of these available these guys are cool!!!
Savannah monitor, whose scientific name is Varanus exanthemathicus, is an intelligent lizard, in which four separate subspecies can be identified. The most common of these, as well as the species most suited to captive life is V. e. exanthemathicus. In the wild, its African range extends from Senegal to Eritrea, and from the Sahara to the rain forest in the south. All monitor lizards are distinguished by their long forked tongues, and remain among the largest of known lizard species. Savannah monitors are a medium sized carnivorous monitor, that may represent a good introductory monitor species to the reptile keeper who has decided to keep varanids species. Savannah monitors are also reputed as having a generally more docile disposition than other species of this family of lizards which also includes the infamous Komodo Dragon. With frequent, gentle handling, a savannah monitor can become extremely docile and result in a great joy to keep. As with any reptile species, successful care as well as pleasure of keeping relies heavily on the individual pet owner’s commitment to educate themselves about their specific pet.

We will have a bunch of these at the upcoming Jackson pet expo Feb 17 & 18th
The Hermit Crab does well in captivity and is tame, but it does take a constant amount of attention. Like most reptiles, Hermit Crabs are Nocturnal, which means they sleep during the day and come out at night. These reptiles require a lot of heat and moisture and several homes(shells) throughout it's lifespan. Crabs are social creatures by nature and live longer, healthier lives when in the company of crabs of the same species.

[02/08/18]   Come check us out on February 17th and 18th at the Jackson TN exotic pet show. WOW what a list we have available!!!!!
Iguanas green and red
Savannah monitors
Leopard geckos
Marine toads
Hermit crabs
Moon crabs
Mexican green snakes
Bearded dragons
Scorpions
Chinchillas
Ect.
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Marine Toad (Bufo marinus)
A.K.A. Cane Toad, Giant Neotropical Toad

Marine Toads are large, brown toads with rough, bumpy skin. Males only grow to 5 inches in length. Females can get over twice that size, growing up to 8 ½-12 inches long. The male toads will sometimes croak to call females. They can live from 10-13 years if taken care of properly. We regularly have these available they are great pets and easy to care for

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