Category Archives: Red-eyed Tree Frog

Herping Season is Practically Here!

Our usual customers are either in for pet foods for the furry critters, or furry critters for their exotic pets! Now that the weather is warming up, some of our exotic owners will be out and about Herping. What is Herping? It’s when you go out and about looking for reptiles! (short explanation) Some people do it to photograph the wildlife. Others do it to see how our natives are thriving! Regardless of why you do it, there are rules to follow when Herping. You need a Hunting license and a Reptile/Amphibian stamp to handle, touch, pose or contact them in anyway. If you’re catching to keep, you need to … Continue reading

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The Tortoise and the Hare

Animal Ark is know to have its wide variety of choices when it comes to pets and how to care for them. Today, I’ll be talking about Tortoises and the difference between a Turtle and a Tortoise. Currently, we have Red-Foot Tortoises, Sulcatas and Russian Tortoises. They all require specific care, lighting and diets. Our first critter is the Red-Foot Tortoise. Food: They are opportunistic grazers. The diet consists mainly of plant material like leafy greens (Collard greens, kale, red and green leafy lettuce, escarole), over-ripe fruits (melons, mango, papaya, cactus leaf) and on occasion have been known to eat carrion and small insects in the wild. As a captive … Continue reading

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Animal Ark has Returned!!

Sorry for the absence on our website! We’ve been SUPER busy trying to bring you the best at our store! Here are some of our updates, new and old news! We’ve got some new faces to our Animal Ark family! If you’ve kept up with our Facebook page, you’ve seen these newbies. Give them a warm welcome! We’ve also added some new critters to our line-up! Some of these guys we’ve had before, others are new to our store! Meet Big Red! This here is our Red Iguana. It’s a bit feisty and was brought to us to find a new home for. Once Red is outta the cage, it … Continue reading

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Research is key!

Knowing about your pet is crucial to their health and happiness. Diet, exercise, socialization (or lack of for ornamental pets) are very important. Owning a Cat is super easy if you have a lap, good food, fresh water and proper grooming (depending on the breed grooming isn’t an issue) They’re pretty self-sufficient critters. Dogs aren’t much different but they tend to need more attention, exercise and outdoor time and a different diet than a feline. Cats and dogs are too ‘normal’ for you?! That’s not a problem either. There are hundreds of other animals to choose from. -Reptiles need special heating because they’re cold blooded. They can’t regulate their temperatures … Continue reading

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Repticon!

Located in Pasadena, we’ll be featuring our popular exotics, small animals and a plethora of reptile supplies by all your favorite brands. January 11-12, Saturday and Sunday! Pasadena Convention Center and Fairgrounds 7902 Fairmount Parkway Pasadena Tx 77507 Saturday: 10am-5pm. VIP entry available at 9am. Sunday: 10am-4pm. No VIP. Online VIP early admission at 9am saturday will be $12 for adults or $5 for children between 5-12yrs of age. Two day tickets: $15 for adult and $5 for children (5-12yr). One day tickets: $10 for adult and $5 for children (5-12yr).

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Volunteer Work at Animal Ark

This young man comes into Animal Ark on his days off from school to help us keep the store in working order. As a volunteer, you’re expected to help feed and water our small animals and our petters (large enclosures in the front for handling certain animals like rabbits, guinea pigs and prairie dogs). Facing and dusting shelves are often done too. What you do depends on your age and skill level. Volunteers have to be ready and willing to follow direction and learn about what they’re caring for while here. It can be a very rewarding and educational experience!  

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Repashy Quality Products

New to Animal Ark! We now carry Repashy quality pet foods, suppliments and vitamins! These items are made from natural ingredients. They contain all the needed nutrients your pet needs to thrive. Come check out our selection! http://www.store.repashy.com/

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Another Shot of Our Red-Eyes!

Our Red-eyed Tree Frogs are out and about!

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Another Red-eye!

This little guy popped out to say hello right after their misting and feeding.

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Red-eyed Tree Frog

These little guys are tropical critters found throughout Central America and southern Mexico. They’re not poisonous despite their colorful patters. These vibrant colors stay hidden until they feel threatened, then they flash their sides and open those eyes to make their predators think twice. That hesitation gives the Red-eye a chance to escape.

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