thepetclub:

I attended a lecture at Dalhousie University by a handler at Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo and after the show we got to chill with the handler and the herps he brought along. They were all really chill and awesome and I had a hella good time. 

Ps; the tortoise believed that the girl’s rubber boot looked tasty and was a little let down. 

That was pretty rude of the girl to wear nom colored shoes. I mean, you don’t see tortoises walking around in shoes that look like cake do you? 

thepetclub:

I attended a lecture at Dalhousie University by a handler at Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo and after the show we got to chill with the handler and the herps he brought along. They were all really chill and awesome and I had a hella good time. 

Ps; the tortoise believed that the girl’s rubber boot looked tasty and was a little let down. 

That was pretty rude of the girl to wear nom colored shoes. I mean, you don’t see tortoises walking around in shoes that look like cake do you? 

thepetclub:

I attended a lecture at Dalhousie University by a handler at Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo and after the show we got to chill with the handler and the herps he brought along. They were all really chill and awesome and I had a hella good time. 

Ps; the tortoise believed that the girl’s rubber boot looked tasty and was a little let down. 

That was pretty rude of the girl to wear nom colored shoes. I mean, you don’t see tortoises walking around in shoes that look like cake do you? 

thepetclub:

I attended a lecture at Dalhousie University by a handler at Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo and after the show we got to chill with the handler and the herps he brought along. They were all really chill and awesome and I had a hella good time. 

Ps; the tortoise believed that the girl’s rubber boot looked tasty and was a little let down. 

That was pretty rude of the girl to wear nom colored shoes. I mean, you don’t see tortoises walking around in shoes that look like cake do you? 

thepetclub:

I attended a lecture at Dalhousie University by a handler at Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo and after the show we got to chill with the handler and the herps he brought along. They were all really chill and awesome and I had a hella good time. 

Ps; the tortoise believed that the girl’s rubber boot looked tasty and was a little let down. 

That was pretty rude of the girl to wear nom colored shoes. I mean, you don’t see tortoises walking around in shoes that look like cake do you? 

thepetclub:

I attended a lecture at Dalhousie University by a handler at Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo and after the show we got to chill with the handler and the herps he brought along. They were all really chill and awesome and I had a hella good time. 

Ps; the tortoise believed that the girl’s rubber boot looked tasty and was a little let down. 

That was pretty rude of the girl to wear nom colored shoes. I mean, you don’t see tortoises walking around in shoes that look like cake do you? 

tortoise-adventures:

Dandelion

I think all of us, especially our tortie friends, can identify a dandelion when we see one! 🙂 Dandelions are fine to feed in moderation (ie. two to three times a week) but can act as a diuretic so be careful not to feed too much of this. I found dandelion throughout winter last year 🙂 A firm favourite with all my plant eating animals 🙂 The stems are also useful for giving medicine to a fussy tortoise! Put the medicine inside the hollow stems and simply feed them. I found it easiest to put the medicine within the stem just behind the flower head and feed the irresistible flower – they’ll eat the stem too without realising it 🙂

yes! this is great info and advice. Had not thought of filling the stem. brilliant! 

Zoya would like to add “Ahem. nope. thats not a dandelion.. keep on walking.. *noms them all while you walk away*”

tortoise-adventures:

Dandelion

I think all of us, especially our tortie friends, can identify a dandelion when we see one! 🙂 Dandelions are fine to feed in moderation (ie. two to three times a week) but can act as a diuretic so be careful not to feed too much of this. I found dandelion throughout winter last year 🙂 A firm favourite with all my plant eating animals 🙂 The stems are also useful for giving medicine to a fussy tortoise! Put the medicine inside the hollow stems and simply feed them. I found it easiest to put the medicine within the stem just behind the flower head and feed the irresistible flower – they’ll eat the stem too without realising it 🙂

yes! this is great info and advice. Had not thought of filling the stem. brilliant! 

Zoya would like to add “Ahem. nope. thats not a dandelion.. keep on walking.. *noms them all while you walk away*”

tortoise-adventures:

Dandelion

I think all of us, especially our tortie friends, can identify a dandelion when we see one! 🙂 Dandelions are fine to feed in moderation (ie. two to three times a week) but can act as a diuretic so be careful not to feed too much of this. I found dandelion throughout winter last year 🙂 A firm favourite with all my plant eating animals 🙂 The stems are also useful for giving medicine to a fussy tortoise! Put the medicine inside the hollow stems and simply feed them. I found it easiest to put the medicine within the stem just behind the flower head and feed the irresistible flower – they’ll eat the stem too without realising it 🙂

yes! this is great info and advice. Had not thought of filling the stem. brilliant! 

Zoya would like to add “Ahem. nope. thats not a dandelion.. keep on walking.. *noms them all while you walk away*”

Work, turn to the left, work, now turn to the right
Work, sachey chantey

Cover Pets! 

neonxcrayon:

Reptiles posing

Work, turn to the left, work, now turn to the right
Work, sachey chantey

Cover Pets! 

neonxcrayon:

Reptiles posing

Work, turn to the left, work, now turn to the right
Work, sachey chantey

Cover Pets! 

neonxcrayon:

Reptiles posing

Work, turn to the left, work, now turn to the right
Work, sachey chantey

Cover Pets! 

neonxcrayon:

Reptiles posing