Apart from making sure your iguana has adequate food, water and UV rays, one of your major tasks as an iguana owner is keeping your iggy clean. You may not be aware of it, but iguanas have been known to spread salmonella – a bacteria we usually associate with eggs. Because of these, it’s of [Continue]
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]
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]
There are thousands of people who keep pet iguanas in their homes, but it’s only recently that there’s been much information available on proper care of these fascinating pets. Of course reputable pet stores will give good information on care, but there are some stores that will give bad or incomplete information so that they [Continue]
When we talk about pet iguanas, we’re usually talking about the most common species, Iguana Iguana, or green iguana. The green iguana is found in South and Central America, and also on some Pacific islands. It is a very popular pet in Europe and in the United States.
Some Myths about Green Iguanas There are many ‘facts’ going around about iguanas as pets that are more fiction than fact. People who are considering having a pet iguana should be careful that they filter out the truth from the myths, or they could interfere with their ability to properly care for their pet iguana. [Continue]
…And Keeping It Healthy Green iguanas have become the ‘cool’ pet to have lately. They are one of the most popular reptile pets, but many iguana owners are surprised at how big their little tiny iguana grows after a couple of short years. If you bought a little pet in the store with a cage [Continue]