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Owning a pet reptile is a great joy but also an enormous responsibility. See which apps will be useful in keeping your exotic pet healthy and happy.

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    A complete tool for tracking feedings, breedings and clutches for your reptiles

    3.5 Ratings 181 Reviews 1K+ Downloads

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    • Having a reptile for a pet doesn't come cheap, plus, you need to stay responsible. To ensure your reptile pet gets everything they need without you spending a fortune, you can keep track of its health, habits, diet, etc.

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    Critical first aid info for your pet at your fingertips.

    4.5 Ratings 1K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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    • The changes in your reptile's health are not always as obvious as they would be on a dog. You should know how to recognize symptoms and what to do. Pet First Aid gives you step-by-step instruction as well as an option to locate an emergency vet hospital within a 20-mile radius.

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    Observe and identify plants and animals with your friends

    4.3 Ratings 7K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads

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    • So imagine you’re out in your yard at 11 a.m., and you discover a lizard. You want to know more about it and if you can keep it as a pet. This app will help you find out more about your new friend.

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    Get health, nutrition or behavior advice about your dog or cat from trusted vets

    3.8 Ratings 2K+ Reviews 50K+ Downloads

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    • Whatever your pet preference may be, it is always handy to have expert advice from Vets. If you notice something is not right with them like if they have not been eating right in 36 hours, that’s a cause for concern. With PetCoach, you can get a vet’s advice on what to do.

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