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My name is Chet!

Lizard for adoption in Woodbridge, Virginia - Chet
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I'm being cared for by:
VA Reptile Rescue, Inc

Facts about Chet

  • Species: Lizard
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Medium
  • Sex: Male
Adoption info is at our website, and should be read before emailing for more info. www.vareptilerescue.org Inquiries asking about adoption procedures will be ignored. DO NOT CONTACT US ASKING HOW TO ADOPT. GO TO OUR WEBSITE AND APPLY THERE.

Chet is a approximately 3-5 years old, and 18" long. They are in rescue because owner is moving. They report that he has not been handled much lately, and probably needs someone who can help calm him down. Health issues: none known .

DO NOT CONTACT US ASKING HOW TO ADOPT. GO TO OUR WEBSITE AND APPLY THERE.

VARR expects potential adopters to research the species prior to contacting us. We will ship using FedEx overnight, if temps are reasonable.

DO NOT CONTACT US ASKING HOW TO ADOPT. GO TO OUR WEBSITE AND APPLY THERE.

Adoption info is at our website, and should be read before emailing for more info. www.vareptilerescue.org

Adoption fees are as follows:

Small lizards $25 (EX: leopard geckos, crested geckos, etc.)
Small snakes $25 (EX: most colubrids like ratsnakes, kingsnakes, hognoses, etc.)
Medium lizards $35 (EX: bearded dragons, blue tongued skinks, etc.)
Medium snakes $35 (EX: ball pythons, blood pythons, etc.)
Large lizards $50 (EX: tegus, iguanas, most monitors, etc.)
Large snakes $50 (EX: redtailed boas, Burmese pythons, Reticulated pythons, etc.)
Turtles and tortoises: $35
Amphibians $10- 25
Invertebrates $25

Once an application has been approved, a signed, legal adoption contract is required. To see what you will be agreeing to, see the sample contract at http://www.vareptilerescue.org/sample.html. Not every animal is approved for breeding, and special requirements exist if the animal is adopted by an educational institution.

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About VA Reptile Rescue, Inc

About Our Rescue Group...

I’m Bonnie Keller, and I have operated VARR since 1999. I was also the founder of the NH Herptile Society and Rescue. I have had articles published in various newspapers, and was the technical editor for Melissa Kaplan's Iguanas for Dummies (IDG books, 2000). I also wrote an article in Reptile and Amphibian Hobbyist that was published in August of 2000, and an article for Reptiles magazine that was featured in 2011. In addition, I have been a consultant for and provided assistance to local, state, and federal authorities in cases of abuse/neglect, and confiscation. None of this would be possible without the support and guidance of my husband, Rich, who has been with me since the early days of this rescue. We have a son in middle school, and have been foster parents.

Our home is shared by furry companions as well as scaly ones.

We are both enjoy working with young people. I teach middle and high school sciences, and Rich drives a schoolbus!

We ARE NOT OPEN FOR BROWSING. All adoptions are done via the website until time for pickup has been established. Appointments will be made for such, as well as for dropping off animals.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

Animals are shown on this website. We rarely do adoption events, but will post them here if we do!

Our Adoption Process...

1. Research the type of reptile to to find one you have the time/space/experience to own.

2. Look at the animals available to see if the species you want is available.

3. Apply on our website: http://www.vareptilerescue.org/adopt_pol.html

4. If you are a good fit and have the appropriate background, we may contact you by email.

Realize that we sometimes get lots of applications for the same animal. If you aren't selected, we will keep your application on file.

FEES: Small lizards and snakes are $25; medium snakes and lizards are $35; large species are $50. Unusual species or circumstances may change the adoption fees for certain animals.