There are no known listings for the new territory of Nunavut at this time. If you know of any reptile vets please feel free to contact me,
Reptiles and Amphibians: An Explore Your World Handbook by F. Wayne King
Why are some frogs able to freeze solid and still survive? How can secretions from amphibians offer scientists clues for treating human ailments? What allows reptiles and amphibians to regenerate their limbs? Reptiles & Amphibians, an exciting new Explore Your World handbook, incorporates the Discovery Channel's unique authoritative approach and acclaimed visuals to answer these and other questions in a captivating blend of information and entertainment.
Loco for Lizards by Jim Cherry, James Cherry
This is a real find. Even if they have zero interest in reptiles, anyone who has curiousity and a sense of humor would enjoy this little book. The writing style is a combination of Dennis Miller's sarcasm, Bill Nye the Science Guy's mix of facts and fun, Monty Python's surrealism, and a pinch of David Sedaris's self-deprecation. A great airplane or lazy day read. Makes a great stocking stuffer gift for the readers on my list. Most amazing is this book's artful blend of solid information, interestingly presented and wacky fun. Great colorful graphics, too, including paintings by Hieronymous Bosch, Ed Mell, Maynard Dixon and others. Godzilla makes a couple appearances, as well.
Eat This Bug : A Guide to Invertebrate Live Foods for Reptiles and Amphibians by Lynn Davis
This book is a guide for owners of reptiles and amphibians who feed insects and other live foods to their pets. Advice is offered for selecting , ordering and raising your own supply of live invertebrate foods. More than a dozen species of live foods are discussed. The book includes instructions on keeping cultures of insects, and recipes & diets for insects.
Feeding Insect Eating Lizards by Zoffer, David Zoffer
The proper feeding of lizards is important to their survival in captivity. Diet is one aspect of lizard keeping that many new lizard owners know little about, and their pets suffer as a result. This book provides lizard owners with plenty of information on the diets of insect-eating lizards, including the right feeding techniques for making sure that their pets get the right nutrients.
The Guide to Plants for the Reptile Terrarium by Jerry G. Walls, Maleta M. Walls
If you are thinking of adding plants to your reptile or amphibians terrarium this book might be of interest to you!
Terrarium and Cage Construction and Care by Richard D. Bartlett, Patricia Bartlett, Fredric L. Frye
Reptile and amphibian owners add a new dimension to their hobby when they design and build terraria that simulate the natural habitats of their companion animals. This book gives directions for a variety of terrarium options. You can build enclosures in spare rooms, glass tanks, greenhouses, outdoor pools, or virtually any other available space. With this book's help, you can also transform your terrarium into a scaled-down replica of desert, rain forest, semiaquatic, or woodland environment.
The Terrarium: With Full-Color Photographs (Complete Pet Owner's Manual) by Harald Jes, Johann Brandstetter
Here are detailed instructions for constructing both indoor and outdoor terrariums in different sizes to fit different needs. Books in the Complete Pet Owner's Manuals series present basic information for new or soon-to-be owners. Advice and instruction covers feeding, housing, health care, training, grooming, and much more. Texts emphasize pet care basics and are easy for all readers to understand. All books in this series are filled with high quality full-color photos and instructive line drawings.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians (Palika)
This book presents the most comprehensive information on every aspect of the subject in an easily-accessible, quick, fun format. 75 photos and drawings. 8-page colour insert. An excellent introduction to the various species. An inexpensive book for those who aren't sure which reptile is right for them.
Exotic Animal Formulary by Carpenter, Ted Yo Mashima, David J. Rupiper
The 2nd Ed of this very popular pocket guide provides quick, convenient access to essential pharmacology information. Fully updated, it presents the latest medication and dosages for fish, reptiles, birds, rodents, amphibians, primates and other exotic species. What's more, appendices offer biologic and physiologic norms, antibiotic classifications and indications and conversion table.
Veterinary Drug Handbook (Pocket Edition) by Donald C. Plumb
This indispensable reference provides comprehensive coverage of drugs approved for use in veterinary species as well as non-approved (human) drugs used in veterinary practice. Veterinary Drug Handbooks's one-volume comprehensive coverage of the systemic drugs used in veterinary medicine and an extensive appendix makes it an essential tool for veterinarians, veterinary students, pharmacists, veterinary and laboratory animal technicians, animal research facilities, animal researchers, animal...
Reptile Medicine and Surgery by Douglas R. Mader (Editor), Geoff Stein (Illustrator)
Without a doubt, of all the herpetological veterinary resources, this is the best one available. This book is laid out so information may be quickly and easily extracted. Reptile Medicine and Surgery is a must have for any veterinarian who treats reptiles or serious reptile keeper.
Common Reptile Diseases and Treatment
This concise handbook includes individual chapters devoted to diseases of the most popular reptilian pets and treatment protocols for common diseases and disorders. Also offers information on starting a reptile-oriented veterinary practice.
Reptile & Amphibian Parasites by Eric M. Rundquist
Loaded with good information and practical, sensible, easy-to-apply advice. Great for beginners, but even the pros can learn a lot from them.
Understanding Reptile Parasites : A Basic Manual for Herpetoculturists & Veterinarians by Roger Klingenberg
An important manual for the reptile breeder. This manual takes the reptile owner beyond the simple task of care into the subject of why to prevent and how to treat parasites in our reptiles. The manual explains in simple terms the complexities of reptile parasites. It goes into the how-to of fecal floats, parasite identification and treatments. It takes the mystery out of the vet's back room. One of the shortest yet most useful chapters is "Hygiene and the Herpetoculturist". An important read for all reptile keepers and breeders.
Reptile & the Amphibian Problem Solver: Practical & Expert Advice on Keeping Snakes & Lizards by Robert Davies, Valerie Davies
The popularity of reptiles and amphibians as pets has increased rapidly throughout the world, with many advances in knowledge regarding the care and breeding in captivity of these species. The Reptile and Amphibian Problem Solver gives specific information on the care of more than 100 species, including lizards, snakes, turtles, tortoises, frogs, toads, newts, and salamanders. The authors also provide clear and effective solutions to more than 450 of the most common problems.
Green Water Dragons, Sailfin Lizards and Basilisks (General Care and Maintenance of Series) by Philippe De Vosjoli
Basic but detailed information about the care, diet, and health of green water dragons, sailfin lizards and basilisks.
Anoles, Basilisks and Water Dragons : A Complete Pet Care Manual (More Complete Pet Owner's Manuals) by Richard D. Bartlett, Patricia P. Bartlett (Contributor)
Discussion of the general care of many species of anole, basilisks and water dragons. Excellent information regarding enclosures, cage building, and insect care and breeding.
April, 10, 2012
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