Slithering Serpents Reptile Sanctuary

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Many reptiles carry the naturally forming bacteria Salmonella.  It must be stated however that Salmonella bacteria can only be contracted by ingestion (via the mouth).  Good hygiene is therefore very important when keeping any animal.  Remember, you are just as likely to contract Salmonella from your Sunday lunch, cream cake or dog so don't automatically assume that your pet reptile is the only suspect!







  • Boa's
  • Bull, Gopher, Pine snakes
  • Burmese Python
  • Corn and Rat snakes
  • Garter and Ribbon snakes
  • Hognose snakes
  • Indigo snakes
  • King and Milk snakes
  • Rainbow Boa's
  • Royal or Ball Pythons




Small Animals

  • Chinchilla 
  • Dwarf Hamster
  • Fancy Mouse
  • Ferret
  • Gerbil
  • Guinea Pig
  • Rabbit
  • Kitten
  • Rats
  • Syrian Hamster
  • Pygmy Hedgehogs

Amphibians, Aquatic and Tortoise

  •  African Spurred Tortoise
  • Mediterranean Tortoise
  • Spurred Thigh and other Tortoise
  • Terrapins
  • Red eared terrapin
  • Snapping Turtle
  • Poison Dart Frog
  • Burrowing Frogs
  • Axolotls
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