if you are trying to contact us please either leave a mobile number or a valid email address as some we try to reply to are not getting sent thanks 07858737386 or firstname.lastname@example.org CAN I MAKE IT CLEAR TO EVERYONE WHO IS TRYING TO CONTACT US THAT WE ARE IN WAKEFIELD ENGLAND AND CAN NOT TAKE OR SHIP DRAGONS OVER THE SEA .... we live in wakefield, 5mins from junction 40 off M1 its very easy to find us once you come off the m1. we run the rescue from our own home we take in un-wanted bearded dragons, any age, sex or size.if you are finding it hard to rehome your bearded dragons just contact us we try not to turn any away, we have over 10 years of experience with these reptiles. we always ask the previous owner before the dragon comes in if they are okay with us to rehome or wants us to keep it, if not then they will live there life out with us and we will send regular update to them if the wish us too. we and never question why the owner wants to rehome the beardies at the end of the day its nothing to do with us as long as there fit and healthy we will take them although we have taken in some that have needed extra special care now and again and got them back to good health.
we have benny ( benny as now passed away) & beanie, ( beanie past away on the 3/09/10 from a heart failure)they are about 18 month old benny has a skeletal disease known as MBD, here is a little bit about the disease .. Metabolic Bone Disease (MBD) a common disease in reptiles. MBD is the collective name given to a number of problems seen in reptiles related to calcium. It is different from calcium deficiency, in which there is a lack of calcium in the body, but MBD is associated with calcium disruption in the body. we rescued benny and beanie from a home that didnt look after them properly as they did not have the correct lighting and this is how the disease was formed, he has to be fed seperatly from his sister beanie as she is a lot stronger than him and gets to the food before him, also these two DO NOT breed due to benny's disease. Our baby lizard, lenny loo is new to our home and we also rescued him from a house that didnt have the correct lighting as he was living without a UBV light, and he was being fed crickets which were too big for him. then a few week ago i got woody & Buzz, two young male lizards who were living in a 2ft viv with just a normal light bulb. they are now living in nice big vivs with plants, climbing logs & propper lights. Big bert came to us about 5 wks ago with his brother eddie (eddie now lives with a friend of mine) iv never seen a bigger softy than my bert! he is so laid back, loves to just sit on his branches and watch is food walk to him so lazy! he is around 3 half years old and hes massive! loves having his baths, not two keen on been sprayed though! our two new girls have arrived on the 23/8/2010 bindi and narla (ruby) both very friendly little things bought them from a lady in sheffield who wanted them to go to good home as work commitments got in the way.dotty is around 8 month old she came from castleford, and we have got four babies in three will be rehomed and one diddy (diddy passaway) we have reggie he came from somone in manchester and was rehomed but is now back living with us is staying with us. we now have Dave he is a sandfire male very nice colours he came in because his previous owners where worried as he was not eating but he is fine and loves his food. magi and millie these to old ladies have mbd and millie also as a front foot missing from some unknown reason we also buy second hand vivs all the time so if you are selling one please contact me
Un wanted lizards!!
if any one has any unwanted lizards please contact us as we are willing to help.
Also any spare vivs, lights, rocks, dishes etc will be a great help to us too!
buzz now named spike as been rehomed with a family in selby.woody now as new home and 4 of the babies will be leaving for new homes shortly.