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Female Red Iguana For Rehoming

£50
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Loughborough, Leicestershire
Member since Feb 2019

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Key Advert Facts

Number of views :
Ad Reference :
2698822
Pet Type :
Reptiles
Pet Breed :
Iguana
Advert Type :
For Sale
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
6 years, 2 months old (More Info)

Full Advert Details

Lovely female red iguana looking for a new home.

No more timewasters read the ad before contacting me if the ad is still up shes still a available i will offer for free for person with physical proof of appropriate setup or £50 as is.

Displays typical iguana behaviour She does need a bit of work in terms of taming however she has been making progress. Sometimes a bit funny but most of the time is ok shes around 3ft long

Ive recently moved and cant accomodate her anymorenl hence the sale

Does not come with setup dont ask for one.

I can deliver for fuel cost

Please research this breed so you are aware of the requirements she comes with a lead and harness for walks.

No timewasters this is tough enough as is had plenty already only message if youre prepared to follow through with the transaction.

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Reptile Buying Checklist

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  • Do your research first
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  • Confirm that the advertiser is genuine
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    If you think the advertiser does not have the relevant paperwork, please report them to us.
  • Check the Health of the reptile
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