Adoptable Reptiles

We do not promote the breeding of our reptiles and as such, we do not guarantee the genders of our adoptable animals. 
All adoption fees are $40 unless specified.


How adoption works:
1. Fill out an application (shared on this page). 
Answer all questions in their entirety. 
2. Email it to gharescue@gmail.com WITH pictures of your animal-ready habitat, equipment and accessories. If you do not have a habitat, explain that you would like to make a donation to receive a habitat from us and we will be happy to help you (at present only our Rockmart and Decatur locations have habitats). 
3. We will review your application and speak with you about any further questions we have.
4. Once you are approved, our adoption fee is $40 and this can be made through the services listed on this website. You then coordinate with the foster home for a pick up time (remember to bring a carrier with you).
Thank you for considering adoption!

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Current Animals Looking for their Forever Homes

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Bronson: suspected male, 5 years old. Bronson eats very well and LOVES hunting his bugs. It is so fun to watch him demonstrate his skills! Bronson is a typical leo in that he does not really like handling, and is therefore more of an observation pet. However, he is super responsive to his foster mom and really enjoys interacting. Bronson can come with a 20 gallon tank and lid with an additional donation.

Fostered in Decatur

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Marty: 2 year old male Leopard Gecko. Marty does well with being handled (for the most part) and is healthy and happy!

Fostered in Rockmart, NW Georgia

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Groot: adult, suspected female, Bearded Dragon with MDB. Groot's MDB is stable, but it will never go away. She is lovely though and has a great personality; she loves being held, running, hunting and just generally getting attention.

Fostered in Augusta

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Mario: juvenile, approximately 1.5 years old, unknown gender at this time, Ball Python. Mario was found on the side of the road by a jogger a few months ago and was brought to kind animal lovers who worked to ensure he was healthy. He's all cleared to go to his forever home now! He eats medium sized frozen, thawed mice and enjoys being handled. Mario can come with a 20 gallon tank and lid with a donation (a 20 gallon will be suitable for a while longer as he is a juvenile).

Fostered in Decatur

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Morty: Bearded Dragon, normal morph, male, 8 years old. Don't be put off by Morty's age! He is super active, a great eater and amazingly sweet. He also has a sweet tooth and loves fruit and sweeter vegetables on occasion, and of course, he loves to go after super worms!

Fostered in Augusta

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Apollo: approximately 7 years old, female, Crested Gecko. She does have MDB, but is very calm and loves papaya Pangea. 

Fostered in Augusta

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Phantom: male, approx 5 years old, Ball Python, suspected pastel morph. Phantom has come a long way with his foster home (he had a health update on our Facebook page). He came to us rather sick and with a history of biting, but as it turns out, he was biting because he didn't feel well! His foster home has hook trained him (they poke him gently with the hook before grabbing him to signal he is about to be fed). As you can see, he is fine being held now and is ready for his forever home. He is a little over 4' in length and is on a diet of frozen, thawed small rats.

Fostered in Augusta

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Lemon: young adult Leopard Gecko. Gender undetermined at this time. Lemon is a little camera shy (probably due to her more albino morph) but is very active in her foster home. She came to us co-habitating with a tank mate (not a good idea with grown leopard geckos), and from this, has a tail regrowth. However, she is otherwise happy and healthy.

Fostered in Rockmart, NW Georgia

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Ziggy: Ziggy came to us in a pretty bad way with severe MDB and emaciated. Our foster home took excellent care of him and nursed him back to health! We can't say enough good things about our talented fosters! He does have mobility issues, but he likes to explore and LOVES TO EAT. However, he may need some assistance with tweezers/tongs from time to time. Therefore, for the right home, Ziggy's adoption fee is waived. 

Fostered in Augusta

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Hudson: very young, under 2 years old, male Ball Python. Hudson is eats a diet of frozen, thawed large mice offered weekly and he just had a solid shed at his foster home. He is very sweet natured and would make a great companion for someone wanting to watch a snake as it grows. He has been eating very well in his foster's snake rack, but if moved to a tank he may require another location to eat (his foster used a secure tupperware). Hudson can come with a 20 gallon tank and lid with a donation (20 gallon will be suitable for a while longer as he is a juvenile).
Fostered in Decatur

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Lizzy: young adult Leopard Gecko. Gender undetermined at this time. Lizzy is very inquisitive and is very active in her foster home. She came to us co-habitating with a tank mate (not a good idea with grown leopard geckos), but is healthy and happy. She's really beautiful and interactive (she loves having her picture made)!

Fostered in Rockmart, NW Georgia

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Milkshake: regular morph, approx. 9 years old Ball Python, gender undetermined at this time. Milkshake's previous owner had her for her entire life and ensured that she was well-taken care of. She eats frozen, thawed medium rats every other week.

Fostered in Savannah.

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Dina: Leopard Gecko, 4 months old, super hypo coconut morph, unknown gender. Dina came to us from a breeder when they noticed she had a slight bone deformity on her spine, but we have been monitoring her and have noted it does not impact her ability to feed herself or interact with her enclosure. She is beautiful and loves to hunt her bugs!

Fostered in Johns Creek

Adoption fee waived for the right home due to disabilities. 

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Haven: adult, female, Leopard Gecko. Haven is a very gentle gecko who loves to climb and lounge on her hide cave. Her previous owners kindly donated her enclosure (and favorite climb) which can be adopted with Haven for an additional donation if you choose.

Fostered in Atlanta

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Tina: very young, suspected female, Leopard Gecko. Tina would make a perfect addition for a home that is looking to watch an animal grow! As she is very young, she will require some patience with interaction. Suspected Jungle or Lavender morph.

Fostered in Atlanta

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Glory: Leopard Gecko, suspected female, juvenile, suspected Lavender Stripe morph. Glory is such a sweetheart! She eats very well and has a quite interactive personality. She loves to watch her foster mom as she goes around the room feeding all of her animals. Glory is glued to her tank like it's gecko T.V.! She especially loves to climb her repti-hammock and decor. Glory can come with a 10 gallon tank and lid with a donation (a 10 gallon will be suitable for a while longer as she is a juvenile). 

Fostered in Decatur

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Barb: What about Barb?? Barb is a beautiful Yellow Bellied Slider available to the right home with the appropriate set up for an aquatic turtle. Besides Barb, we have multiple aquatic turtles for adoption with our Cartersville foster home. Both yellow belly sliders and red ear sliders are available. If you would like to adopt one, send in an application for Barb of "aquatic turtle" along with your tank photographs, and we can speak with you about what we have that will fit your enclosures. 

Fostered in Cartersville

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Seraph: juvenile/under 1 year old, unknown gender, regular morph Ball Python. Currently, Seraph eats a diet of frozen, thawed hoppers. He would make a great snake for someone who wants to watch their animal grow. As you can see, he is super small but he eats very well. Seraph can come with a 20 gallon tank and lid with a donation (a 20 gallon will be suitable for a while longer as he is a juvenile).

Fostered in Decatur

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Apophis: juvenile/under 4 years old, unknown gender, regular morph Ball Python. Apophis is a very interesting snake but can be a little shy (his namesake is the Egyptian god of Chaos but he behaves himself at home). However, working with these snakes can be very fulfilling as they get to know (and become comfortable with) you. Apophis eats a diet of frozen, thawed large mice. He can come with a 20 gallon tank and lid with a donation (a 20 gallon will be suitable for a while longer as he is a juvenile).

Fostered in Decatur

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Regina George: female, young adult, Bearded Dragon. Miss George came to us as a "male" but she very quickly presented herself as female! She has come out of her shell with her foster mom tremendously. She never skips a meal and is currently looking for someone who wants a spunky lady in their life. 

Fostered in Winder

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Little Foot: juvenile, less than one year old, suspected male, Bearded Dragon. Little Foot would make a great pet for someone who wants to watch their beardie grow. Little Foot needs someone with previous bearded dragon experience to work with him so he will be comfortable being held.

Fostered in Rockmart, NW Georgia

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Drago: adult, around 1 year and a half old, male, Bearded Dragon. Drago is very sweet, eats wonderfully, and his foster mom and dad handle him daily. Drago's previous owner kindly donated his habitat which can come with him for an additional donation.

Fostered in Augusta

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General: adult, 3 years old, male, Bearded Dragon. The General is content hanging out in his enclosure and doesn't seek attention. He doesn't mind being held and prefers to hang out on your shoulder to keep an eye on things. He loves his bugs and will be your best friend if you feed him bugs with tongs. Just like any 3 year old, you have to find unique ways for him to eat his veggies!

Fostered in Clyo, near Savannah

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Tango: young adult, female, Veiled Chameleon. Tango has laid eggs before successfully and will need a plant in her enclosure so she can dig when she's ready to lay next. She is currently eating bugs out of her foster mom's hand and is easily handleable (for that species). 

Fostered in Rockmart, NW Georgia

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Yang: juvenile, gender unknown, Leopard Gecko. Like her sister, Yin, Yang is a very small gecko currently. She could come with a 10 gallon tank (which would fit her for another year or more) and a heat pad for an additional fee. She is very true to her species and is most active in the early morning and early evening.

Fostered in Decatur

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Yin: juvenile, gender unknown, Leopard Gecko. Yin is a VERY small gecko at this point and would make a great pet for someone wanting to watch her grow. She'd be happy in a 10 gallon tank for another year or so and could come with one (and a heat pad) for an additional donation fee.  She absolutely loves her bugs. Here she is having just eaten a meal and asking for more!

Fostered in Decatur

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Drako: juvenile, at or a bit under 1 year old, normal morph Ball Python. Drako came to one of our volunteers from an unfortunate circumstance: his previous owner had bought and then grown tired of him and was going to release him into the wild. We exist for pets like Drako! He is a really sweet snake who eats regularly (frozen, thawed rat pups) and is very comfortable being held.

Fostered in Savannah

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Athena: adult, around 1 year and a half old, female, Bearded Dragon. Athena and Drago (see Drago above) switched identities on us after arriving at their foster home where they promptly told us that Drago was Athena and Athena was Drago! Luckily, they did not co-habitate, so are in good health and have great temperaments. Athena eats wonderfully and their foster mom and dad handle them daily. Athena's previous owner kindly donated his habitat which can come with him for an additional donation.

Fostered in Augusta

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Roman: adult though age is unknown, male, Bearded Dragon. Roman is a very personable dragon who enjoys his outside-enclosure time.

Fostered in Rockmart, NW Georgia

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Blondie: less than two years old, male, Bearded Dragon. Blondie love his perch (as you can see). He is very excitedly awaiting his forever home. 

Fostered in Rockmart, NW Georgia

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Lena: adult but exact age unknown, female, Bearded Dragon. Lena is a beautiful, healthy lady looking for her people. She would like a home where she can be interacted with and cuddled. 

Fostered in Rockmart, NW Georgia

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Tupac: adult approximately two years old, male, Bearded Dragon. Tupac is a lovely dragon who moonlights as a singer and songwriter. He is very personable and would love to demonstrate his musical talents in your home.  

Fostered in Rockmart, NW Georgia

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Toothless: adult, 2 years old, male, Bearded Dragon. Toothless is aptly named because he has no teeth! This was likely some type of birth defect but he is able to eat his veggies and bugs (as long as they are small) without any issues. He is looking for his Hiccup who will love him as if he were a real dragon!

Fostered in Rockmart, NW Georgia