Worst case of reptile starvation the GSPCA has seen results in the owner being banned

Submitted by Steve on 17:55, 2nd Aug, 2017 | 0

Last October the GSPCA were involved in rescuing 4 reptiles some of which were so thin they were lucky to still be alive.

After months of care at the GSPCA the owner of the animals attended the Magistrates Court in St Peter Port yesterday.

The animals involved were 2 corn snakes, a royal python and a bearded dragon.  When they were rescued it was apparent that they hadn’t been cared for in some time due to the state of the enclosures which were extremely dirty and not appropriate for the animals due to the fittings and lack of provisions.

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Pablo and Picasso two bearded dragons find their forever home

Submitted by Steve on 20:39, 17th Oct, 2016 | 0

This weekend our two bearded dragons Pablo and Picasoo were waved off to their forever homes.

The pair of lizards found themselves at the GSPCA as their owners could no longer care for them.

Thankfully they only arrived a couple of weeks ago and the team at the GSPCA were pleased to find them a forever home so quickly.

Yvonne Chauvel Senior Animal Care Assistant said "We've had a busy few months with stray and unwanted reptiles and it often takes months to find them new homes."

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A stray dragon found at Jerbourg point

Submitted by Steve on 12:40, 12th Feb, 2016 | 0

Yesterday a stray dragon was saved in Guernsey.

Out at Jerbourg Point a member of public came across a stray Bearded Dragon.

Very cold the team at the GSPCA have named the unusual stray Oliver and we are pleased to report despite being out in the Guernsey winter he is now safe at the Animal Shelter and made it through the night.

Their natural habitats include deserts, arid and rocky areas, dry forests and scrublands and are mainly found in the eastern and central parts of Australia and not the south east of Guernsey.

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Have you lost a dragon in Guernsey?

Submitted by GSPCA on 13:48, 8th May, 2013 | 0

The GSPCA are currently looking for the owner of a lost dragon, a Bearded Dragon that is!

The Bearded Dradon now fondly called Sorrento by the team at the Shelter was found near Collings Road.

He is currently in a vivarium at the GSPCA and if you have lost yours please get in touch on 01481 257261 or pop into the Shelter in St Andrews.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said 'We deal with all sorts of stray animals from Slygo the terrier to the more unusual like Sorrento the Bearded Dragon.'

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