The Lizard Lady
Hi! My name is Ash, I've been keeping reptiles for over 20 years and worked as a reptile specialist for over 15 years.
Over the years I accumulated an interesting collection and have bred a variety of lizard species, including chameleons, basilisks, water dragons & some snakes.
I take reptiles to events such as:
- Cheam's biggest annual festival 'Feasty Fest' in September.
I offer holiday boarding services for reptiles when their owners go on holiday.
I also have extensive knowledge of most other commonly kept pets and have been trained on nutrition, enrichment & behaviour on many animals including cats, dogs, rodents and birds.
I currently own 5 different species of birds, my mostly free-range 'flock' currently totals 20 birds! I wrote the company staff training course for pet birds at a well-known pet retailer and am happy to provide nutrition & enrichment advice for birds as well as garden birds.
If you have a question regarding any pet, be it a cat, bird or reptile or something else, I'm happy to answer any question via WhatsApp or even pop over and visit in person for a small fee if you are local.
Planning an Event?Book me for a Reptile Experience!
Recent Help and Advice
Here is a list of my most recent help and advice articles, I also post a Tip of the Week every Monday!
A detailed look at different types of UVB lighting available for reptiles, their uses, advantages and disadvantages of each and the best positioning for each type of bulb. Which brands are the best to use for your reptile.
Reptile substrates - a list of various reptile substrates, which ones are safe, which are unsafe as well as what reptiles are most suited to each type
This weeks Tip of the Week is a quick note about feeding dandelion flowers as a great treat for reptiles such as tortoises and bearded dragons
A quick set of tips to help you work out why your cat might not be drinking from its current water source.
What food to feed your bearded dragon, types of leaves that are & are not suitable as well as some advice on healthy & not so healthy bugs
Step by step guide to hibernating the most commonly kept tortoises in the UK - Herman's, Horsfields & Spur-thighs.