Category: Iguana Cage Setup

3 Common Iguana Care Misconceptions

3 Common Iguana Care Misconceptions By Logan Heckendorn Talking about iguana care, the conceptions people have about the topic are really diverse. Here, in this article, we are going to discuss some about iguana care and bust some common wrong ideas. First of all, what is iguana care? What does it take? Feeding, is that [Continue]

Tips on Buying Iguana Enclosures

If you’re a new iguana owner, you might be in for quite a surprise when you realize just how much attention and maintenance these exotic pets require. Many new exotic pet owners are not aware of how difficult, costly and time-consuming it can be to take care of reptiles, namely iguanas. Iguanas have a reputation [Continue]

Iguana Supplies – Some Accessories You Should Include In Iguana Habitats

There are a few things that an iguana habitat must provide in order for your iguana to survive: controlled temperature and humidity, proper lights for heat and UV rays, and of course enough space for your iguana to be comfortable. But these are really just the basics for survival – to really thrive, your iguana [Continue]

Tips for Habitats for Large Iguanas

Image via Wikipedia If you have a growing iguana, you may find that you need to construct a custom reptile cage for it. Adult iguanas get very big, so you’ll want to look around your house to find a convenient spot. You may want to build outside, or it may be easier for you to [Continue]

Are You Going to Build an Iguana Cage?

Tips For Building an Iguana Cage Iguanas are known as an arboreal creature – that means they prefer to spend their time in trees.   Iguanas are a prey animal, and they find safety from predators up off the ground in high trees.  This is something you need to keep very much in mind when you’re [Continue]

Habitats for Iguanas

Image by Andrew in Raleigh via Flickr Tips on Getting the Right Iguana Cage Setup Most of us are familiar with seeing smaller iguanas in pet stores.  Juvenile iguanas that are offered for sale are usually between 6 and 12 inches long, including their tail.  You may have even seen someone with a larger iguana [Continue]

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