educational program with Arrowhead? Simple. We are a
501(c)3 non-profit organization and the proceeds go
towards animal conservation and rehabilitation. Other
"companies" simply use animals for personal
entertainment and profit to line their own pockets.
Enjoy your presentation knowing you are helping animals
in need at the same time. Book with Arrowhead Reptile
Rescue and your donation is tax deductible.
We give educational presentations to schools, youth groups,
and any other person or organization.
Educational presentations are limited to personal time
availability. We will make EVERY
EFFORT to fill your request for an educational
Our presentations take an average of 45 minutes, but we
will customize our show to meet your time availability
and current teaching curriculum or area of study.
We will bring up to a dozen live animals with us, some of
which may be large boas and/or pythons, monitors,
dragons, dwarf caiman, iguanas, and/or
turtles depending on availability. We maintain positive control and restraint with
the animals at all times, and we take all safety
measures necessary. We will also bring shells,
artifacts, and other reptile bones and hides.
Book now to reserve your spot for this
If you would like to schedule an educational
presentation, please contact our
Arrowhead Reptile Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit
Proof of $2 million liability insurance coverage
available upon request.
WANT A REPTILE FOR YOUR
CLASSROOM? CONTACT US!
We have many classroom appropriate pet reptiles
available for adoption. We may even have free
caging and equipment we can provide with the animal.
Contact us for availability with your request.
Some of our many satisfied
Cincinnati Public Schools
Lakota School District
Madeira School District
Clermont County Library
Kenton County, KY Parks
Loveland School District
St. Aloysius Orphanage
Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of
Clovernook School for the
KinderCare Learning Centers
Indianapolis Public Schools
Cincinnati Museum Center
Norwood School District
Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
Clermont County Parks
Radical Reptiles w/ Jeff
Junior League of Dayton
Due to the stress
involved in transporting animals, our reptile
presentations must be limited to the Greater Cincinnati
and Greater Dayton areas.
We will provide professional training for law
enforcement, humane societies, animal contol officers, wildlife
officials, and many other organizations. Arrowhead can
tailor classes, lectures, and hands-on programs to meet
your educational requirements. Want to know how to
safely trap and catch a loose reptile? Ever wondered
what state and federal laws affect reptiles? Would you
like your volunteers, staff, or officers to be prepared
to deal with a reptile when necessary? From reptile
handling skills to identification, we can prepare and
educate you how to properly deal with our cold-blooded
friends. How can we help improve your operations and
expand your knowledge?
Contact us to
inquire about booking a training session.
Reptile Rescue's mission is to help unwanted, sick, or
injured reptiles and amphibians through wildlife
rehabilitation, pet rescue, education, and emergency
disaster response. We rehabilitate
wildlife for release back to the wild, and we also
assist captive reptiles who are in need of new
homes. Spreading knowledge of these wonderful
creatures are the best ways to prevent wildlife
from being injured and to ensure people have the
right knowledge to care for them as pets.
Our education page is geared to give the
public the right information to properly care for and
maintain their pet reptiles in a way that's best for
both animal and owner alike. We also want
potential owners to have the information they need to
make an educated choice on what type of reptile is right
Not having the right information can lead to unhappy,
unhealthy pets as well as frustrated or possibly injured
owners. A lot of reptiles can make great, rewarding pets.
Others can be dangerous in inexperienced hands.
Our education page has a number of care sheets and articles to help you decide if a reptile is the
proper pet for you and if so, what kind would suit you
|If you have further questions or concerns,
please feel free to contact us!
articles are to assist captive reptile owners with some
common questions and problems.
Arrowhead's top 10 common
mistakes and myths
a lot of bad and just down right wrong information out
you know? Answers to some general and random questions
about reptiles and Arrowhead.
ARR Nutrition Guide
information for all types of reptiles. Whether
herbivore, omnivore, insectivore, or carnivore, a proper
diet is imperative for a healthy pet.
ARR Climate Guide
reptile enclosure must be kept at certain temperatures
and humidity ranges depending on where they are from in
Resources and reference material to assist
wildlife rehabilitators, veterinarians, and veterinary
technicians with reptiles.
Is an Iguana right for you?
Iguana (Iguana Iguana) are not for everyone.
Melissa Kaplan's site contains a wealth of good care
information and can help decide if an iguana is for you.
small, but that doesn't negate the fact they are quite a
nuisance and hard to kill.
Before you buy a water turtle.
and awfully cute. But bear in mind they get much
bigger, take up a lot of space, and are EXPENSIVE!
problems can be minor or very serious. Read these tips
Links to state and federal regulations
regarding reptile ownership in Ohio. Also contains
links to information about native wildlife in Ohio.
|Links to care articles for
some common reptile species. No need to re-invent the
wheel, these experts have already provided this
suggest extensive research into any species of reptile
you consider keeping as a pet. There are some reptiles
that are very easy to take care of, while others should
only be kept by experienced individuals. Please take the
time to understand what type of reptile is right for you
and make sure you can provide the proper diet and care
for the animal! By linking to these pages,
Arrowhead Reptile Rescue is no way supporting or
confirming accuracy of the information provided by
Better than Cool Critters Outreach!