1. thefrecklebum:

    aquasplendens:

    duel-styx:

    Either he never made it into the bed or he fell out of it.  Since I saw him in it earlier, I suspect the latter.

    thefrecklebum

    fat baby wants sleeeps

     

  2. followthebluebell:

    suupersnek:

    I feel like 90% of bearded dragon ownership is looking over and your dragon is looking at you like this

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    The other ten percent is talking about poop.

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  3. (Source: dinokido, via samparty)

     

  4. I made a bin cage!

    scalestails:

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    I’ll go through it step by step below!

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  5. johnthedragon:

    metalfacedvillain:

    THE FUCK WAS REN AND STIMPY ACTUALLY?

    magical

     
     

  6. gears-keep-turning:

    TheExoticVet keeps their own animals on sand. A person who went to school to learn to help keep other peoples animals safe and healthy keeps their animals on a substrate that could kill them and that harbors bacteria.

    They didn’t even LOOK UP Blood Pythons to make sure they were giving out the…

     
  7. furrsonalitypets:

    Group shots on day twenty-nine. The babies are now without their mommy.

    babesssssssss

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  9. deadtrash:

    "thats not very lady-like of you"

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  10. gears-keep-turning:

    le-acid-kitteh:

    theexoticvet:

    reptiliaherps:

    My snake, stretched out alongside the wall so he can size up the door to eat it.

    But no, seriously— snakes look so weird when they’re stretched out.

    I’m going to be harpooned for this, but this snake is obese.

    That’s why it looks so weird! It would be cool to see a post all about obesity in reptiles or birds, I imagine it’s difficult or some owners to recognize. 

    It’s not obese. It’s a healthy blood python.

    mmmm it might be overweight but blood pythons and ball pythons tend to be hefty snakes. compared to say corn snakes

    (via thefrecklebum)