He or she was cute when you got it, but has your exotic pet become too much too handle? Zoo Miami has the perfect, guilt-free solution.
Sometimes people sign up for things that, in the long run, turn out to be not the best idea—like acquiring an exotic animal as a pet.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is looking for experienced pet owners to adopt exotic species through the Exotic Pet Amnesty Program.
It’s one thing to care for a dog or cat, but owning an exotic pet, like a sugar glider or a boa constrictor, is a whole other task.
Here is where you will find some of the most unusual pets in South Florida: Underground Reptiles, Exotic Aquariums, Mary’s LB Pet Store, and Simbad’s Birds & Pets.
People who have exotic pets they can no longer handle will have a chance to do what is best for the animals during Nonnative Pet Amnesty Day; an effort to keep unwanted exotic pets out of Florida’s native ecosystems.
Wild hogs, Burmese pythons and prairie dogs all have one thing in common: they are non-native species that have torn up Florida’s landscape. An upcoming Exotic Pet Amnesty Day is looking to curb the trend of pet owners releasing these unwanted pets into South Florida backyards.
People who have exotic pets they can no longer handle will have a chance to do what is best for the animals during Nonnative Pet Amnesty Day which is an an effort to keep unwanted exotic pets out of Florida’s native ecosystems.