Exotic Pets Newswire

Exotic Pets Newswire

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  1. Top travel photos of the weekRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    A lifeguard keeps an eye on swimmers while people celebrate the opening of the beach season at Rockaway beach in New York May 23, 2015. Chinese girls dressed for a party eat ice cream as they stand in front of a butcher shop in a residential street in Beijing, China.

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  2. Pet Care: Caring for an exotic animal can be challengingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | RecordNET

    The term exotic pet can refer to any household pet that is not a feline or canine; and can include but is not limited to rodents, reptiles, amphibians, and birds. Each of these groups have very specialized requirements for housing, environmental control including possible specifics for heating and lighting, and diet.

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  3. Lizard on the loose! Exotic Asian reptile found in HootonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Wirral Globe

    ... she pulled through. She now has a new home - one that can adequately meet the needs of this lively lizard. "Exotic pets, particularly reptiles, appear to be increasing in popularity and the number of related incidents dealt with by the RSPCA has ...

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  4. Saffron the python shocks owners with multi python eggsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | This Is Somerset

    Some of the 62 eggs laid by 18ft python snake Saffron. Her owners, Jen and Andy Webb, say all of the eggs have hatched Picture: Anna Lythgoe A couple of exotic pet owners were staggered when their 18ft female python laid and successfully hatched 62 eggs twice the usual number.

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  5. Keeping wild animals as pets a growing concernRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... had cut them as they would a dog's nails. Professor Doneley said the trend toward wanting to keep so-called exotic pets was dangerous for wild animals and people alike. Last year one would-be pet owner brought in a 20-year-old old carpet python ...

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    Thursday May 7 | Bangkok Post

    A variety of bizarre animals distinctive for their colours will be displayed during the "Pet Planet: Colourful Exotic Pet" exhibition, at Seacon Bangkae, from Friday until May 17. Organised in collaboration with Muang Thai Life Assurance, visitors to the exhibition can see black-faced sheep imported from Switzerland, an anaconda from the Amazon basin, a fork-tongued albino chameleons, veiled chameleons, ball pythons from Africa, a rainbow boa, a king snake, bearded dragons, green iguanas and a Madagascar rain frog, as well as rare species of turtles and tortoises. Experts will be on hand to provide information, while visitors will enjoy feeding lovely creatures such as miniature donkeys and alpacas.

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  7. a Cautious crocodile waiting to be fed. On the menu was a frozen mouse.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | Burton Mail

    MR Smith rescued the two reef sharks from a house in London where the owners had bought the two animals as pets. Ever wanted to see a crocodile or a shark feed up close? Mail reporter Elizabeth Fry went along to see just this at a pet shop in South Derbyshire.

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  8. Dozens of dogs seized; puppies found in freezerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | KYTX-TV News

    ... prompting authorities to obtain a search warrant. A sign in front of the property advertised the sale of exotic pets, but Peckinpaugh said he believed only dogs were being sold there. The dogs did not appear to be emaciated, but apparently did not ...

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  9. Two bearded dragons dumped and left to die in Camberwell stairwellRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | This is Local London

    The number of exotic pets being dumped is on the rise, and two bearded dragons can be added to the stats after being left for dead in south London. The animals were found freezing, starving and dehydrated on a stairwell in a block of flats in Lettsome Street, Camberwell, on April 27. Luckily, after being carefully warmed up then given a meal and some water, the pair of reptiles were been saved and are doing better now.

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  10. Animal Planet host weighs in on pet travel: Health records & crossing the borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | Examiner.com

    ... on vacation. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) also offers detailed requirements for dogs, cats and exotic pets crossing the border. Different States will have different risks for pets too- for instance Florida has a high percentage of dogs ...

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  11. Dozens of dogs seized; puppies' remains found inaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | The Indianapolis Star

    ... "a mix between a hoarder and a puppy mill (operator)." A sign in front of the property advertising the sale of exotic pets, but Peckinpaugh said he believed only dogs were being sold there. The dogs did not appear to be emaciated, but apparently did ...

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  12. Here Boy! Dog Adoption Ad Follows You AroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | Criminal Report Daily

    With Halloween officially past us, Americans are gearing up for the holiday season. Across the nation, shoppers are asking themselves one critical question: What do I get for my pet this year? If a new bowl just isn't suited to the tastes of your cat or dog, there are plenty of other luxury and exotic pet items that cater to even the most discriminating canine or feline sensibilities.

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  13. The Remarkable Patients at a NYC Exotic Animal HospitalRead the original story

    Wednesday May 6 | Wired

    The Center for Avian and Exotic Medicine in New York City isn't your average pet clinic. Cats and dogs are not allowed, but you can find bearded dragons, sugar gliders, ferrets and more.

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    Wednesday May 6 | Bangkok Post

    A variety of bizarre animals distinctive for their colours will be displayed during the "Pet Planet: Colourful Exotic Pet" exhibition, at Seacon Bangkae, from Friday until May 17. Organised in collaboration with Muang Thai Life Assurance, visitors to the exhibition can see black-faced sheep imported from Switzerland, an anaconda from the Amazon basin, a fork-tongued albino chameleons, veiled chameleons, ball pythons from Africa, a rainbow boa, a king snake, bearded dragons, green iguanas and a Madagascar rain frog, as well as rare species of turtles and tortoises. Experts will be on hand to provide information, while visitors will enjoy feeding lovely creatures such as miniature donkeys and alpacas.

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  15. 8 Disgusting Diseases You Can Catch From Your PetRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | MSN Healthy Living

    ... animals to the pet stores. But according to a review in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, it's not just exotic pets that can make people sick. "Every pet is carrying something that can be transmitted to people, and every person is at risk of ...

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  16. Warwick Valley Humane Society rescues Chinese Water DragonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Chronicle Newspaper

    ... an exotic pet," said Barron, "do your research. Most pet stores do not have a return policy and many of these exotic pets live a long time. When we take in the unwanted reptiles, guinea pigs, hamsters etc. the cages are almost always much too small ...

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  17. Veterinary Pet Insurance Teams with NY Jets' Eric Decker and Country...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | PR Newswire

    ... mind and is committed to being the trusted choice of America's pet lovers. VPI plans cover dogs, cats, birds and exotic pets for multiple medical problems and conditions relating to accidents, illnesses and injuries. Wellness coverage for routine ...

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  18. Snake lovers hit southern Illinois for annual migrationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Daily Journal

    You don't have to be a herpetologist to savor the slice of this federal forest where a stunning array of reptiles and amphibians congregates beneath soaring limestone bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River. Whether trained zoologist or weekend hiker - or in my case, someone with a lifelong aversion to the scaly creatures after a frightening childhood encounter on a family trip to Florida - a visit to the place locals call Snake Road offers a glance of biological diversity worth the 100-mile detour from St. Louis into rural southern Illinois.

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  19. Snake lovers hit southern Illinois for...Shawnee National Forest, Ill. (Ap) - You...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | The Gazette

    This April 24, 2015 photo shows a cottonmouth water moccasin in southern Illinois' Shawnee National Forest. For two months each spring, the U.S. Forest Service closes a 2.5-mile segment of a road here to car traffic to allow migrating snakes, lizards, frogs and salamanders to move freely from their winter habitat to their summer feeding grounds in a low-lying swamp.

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  20. Tamaqua native opens vet practiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2015 | Times News

    ... of people." Once the practice is open, she'll offer Saturday hours. Although she won't be including care for exotic pets when the practice opens, it's not something she rules out in the future. Milot has spent the last year working in the emergency ... 1 comment