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Frequently asked questions
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SaveMe Reptile and exotic’s rescue
Daily and general needs
To help and sustain these animals, requires a lot of food, medication, housing and time. The following is a list of items we require a constant supply of.
Exotic pet foods
Live and Dried crickets. Live and dried meal worms. Cockroaches. Snake food.
Bearded dragon pellets
Fruits and Veggies
Lettuce, mixed lettuce, carrots, butternut, pumpkin, gem squash, green peppers, sweet corn, herbs (all kind), apples, melons, paw-paw, pears, grapes, berries, peaches, cucumber, baby marrows, peas, green beans, spinach – basically any fruit and veggies except tomatoes and avocado (avocado are toxic to animals)
Rusks, Mari biscuits, purity baby foods, chicken and other meats. No processed foods can be used.
Seeds or seedlings of edible foods, such as lettuce, corrots, spinnach . . . .
Dog food and cat food.
Bird foods: parrot, budgie, Indian mihnor.
Medication and other
Introboost (to hydrate animals)
Vitamins and calcium
Leopard gecko dust
Shed help (to help reptiles shed)
Miracle wound oil
Zam-Buk (for bites and wounds)
Antiseptic (ICU, Milton)
Bandages and plasters
Other Items Needed
Straw / grass / wood shavings (hamster bedding)
Vermiculite (to hatch eggs in)
Water and food bowls
LARGE quantities of old newspapers.
Blankets and old towels.
Small soft toys.
Wood to build hides and cages
Meshing for cages
Cages for birds
Should you be able to help with any of these items, please contact us on our contacts page.