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  • Brians exotic rehoming center: c,antrim newtownabbey: We will accept all reptiles and exotic pets and even rapters and exotic parrots no matter the size or temperament we wont turn down a pet. It may be ill but still we can nurse it back to good health again
  • DeepingReps Lincolnshire: rescue, adoption and rehoming of reptiles within a 50mile radius of Market Deeping, Lincolnshire
  • Giant African Land Snails: East Midlands: Providing the most accurate and indepth information available on GALS care.
  • Ians Vivarium Reptile Rescue Database: A new national UK Reptile Rehoming Database. Free to use whether you are rehoming, or looking to adopt a reptile.
  • Manchester Axolotls: Manchester: Will adopt/rescue any amphibian. Axolotls, Crabs, Frogs, Newts. Have both warm and cold setups.
  • Medway Exotic Rescue: Chatham Kent: Rescue reptiles from all areas of uk. and info on keeping them.
  • North East Reptile Rescue: Hartlepool: Reptile recue based in North East of england. Take in most reptiles and exotic pets. note we do not buy or sell animals.
  • North Wales Reptile and Raptor Santuary: National Organisation: Rehoming, Rehabilitating and Repairing, Reptiles and Raptors in the North West and North Wales
  • Proteus Reptile Trust: Birmingham, National Organisation: Proteus is the UK's largest reptile rescue and charity dedicated to the welfare of reptiles in captivity. Very useful information sheets to download free. Excellent site.
  • Reds reptile rescue: Derbyshire: reptile rescue based in Ilkeston, Derbyshire.
  • Reptile House: Essex: Rescues and Re-Homing. DWAA also taken although prior arrangments must be made. The Reptile House collects your animal.
  • Reptile Rescue Den: Bolton Lancashire: Rescue sick or unwanted exotics/repti. Have been operating since 2005 and still going strong. Do NOT sell exotics/reptilesles
  • Reptile Rescue & Holiday Boarding: St Austell, Cornwall: Saving reptiles from harm and neglect in Cornwall. I take in unwanted Snakes, Lizards, Inverts, Amphibians etc etc and give them a forever home.
  • Reptilia Reptile Rescue: Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire: An organization dedicated to the welfare of Reptiles. We will take in any reptile in need of attention or in need of rehoming. Snakes, Boas, Pythons, Corn Snakes, Bearded Dragons, Chameleons, Geckos, Monitor Lizards, Skinks, Iguanas etc.
  • Sams Species Reptile Rescue and Sanctuary: Northamptonshire: We take on neglected and unwanted Reptiles nationwide. We also offer a Reptile holiday care service.
  • Slithering Serpents: South Shields: Take in unwanted, neglected, abused and ill treated small animals and reptiles, care for and re-home. we are non profit and do not put any animals to sleep
  • Snakey Sue's Serpent Sanctuary: Harwich, Essex: Snakey Sue has rescued and rehomed peoples unwanted pet snakes for 15yrs she creates an income for them by taking them out on educational presentations at schools, childrens parties, team building and many other events plus donations for visits to the sanctuary and rehoming fees.
  • Specialist Wildlife Services Exotic Animal Rescue: Nationwide: For the last 10 years we have been re-homing for the Police, Government departments and other NGO's. As a non-profit, self funded voluntary organisation we give up our spare time to ensure the welfare & assist in the re-homing of non-domesticated non-native wild animals which have been abandoned, confiscated, surrendered to rescue centres or the authorities, or become surplus within Zoos, colleges or other educational institutions.
  • Swindon Reptile Rescue: Wiltshire: Take in on average 2 - 3 animals every week and this can be as many as 6 or more at certain times ( Generaly after christmas )
    We make no judgements about their previous owners and run a completely free of charge professional service. We can collect from you at your home or you are welcome to visit us here with your animal on an appointment basis.

  • Twilight Sanctuary for Reptiles: Co. Durham A small charity who take in and rehome any reptiles, also offer advice regarding welfar of reptiles and their husbandry.
  • Wirral Herpetological Society: Reptile, Amphibian, Arachnid and other exotic animals rescue in Wirral and Merseyside