The Adoption Process
We currently have several iguanas, snakes, turtles and a variety of other reptiles available for adoption at this time. Please contact us to schedule an appointment to view the animals available for adoption.
After researching and selecting your reptile there are a few steps you will need to take before the adoption process is completed. First you will need to have a proper enclosure, and any supplies that will be needed to care for your new pet. It is also essential to have all of the knowledge necessary to care for your new pet.
The adoption fee ranges from $50.00 to $300.00, depending on which animal you choose. Then an adoption agreement will need to be completed. Click below to print or view the adoption form.
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The Surrendering Process
If you wish to turn custody of your reptile over to D & M's Reptile Rescue and Rehabilitation please contact us and complete the form below. Reptiles will not be accepted unless a release form is turned in with the reptile. We also require a $100.00 surrender fee to cover veterinary and food expenses.
This site was donated by:
D & M's Reptile Rescue and Rehabilitation
David McKnight and Melanie Shroyer
Phone (520) 616-0166 Cell (520) 977-2766
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
At D&M's Reptile Rescue we are really busy caring for our rescued animals. We don't always get a chance to check our emails so if your need to contact us is urgent please call us.
This site was last updated 10/12/12