D&D Exotics- Pet Store By-Law Problem.

D&D Exotics- Pet Store By-Law Problem.

A news clip highlighting how bad things can get when local by-laws are not obeyed. It is also a good example of how some municipalities are not writing fair by-laws for exotic animal owners. The Indian River Reptile Zoo offers its services to all law enforcement agencies. We do not agree with every species mentioned on Oshawa’s prohibited list- i.e captive bred ball pythons (Python regius). Please see : http://www.facebook.com/pages/D-D-Exotics-Limited/257837997562523

4 Comments

  1. Indianriverreptilezo on January 1, 2023 at 1:38 am

    I would call you names back but perhaps you should ask DnD exotics about the matter. It’s funny how they’re not upset with us. The only thing you seem to be right about is that viperkeeper rocks!

  2. AppalachianDetour16 on January 1, 2023 at 1:46 am

    bottom line, ball pythons and corn snakes are a major threat to public safety. Something has to be done or these animals will escape and kill everyones baby and cat.

  3. fuasshole666 on January 1, 2023 at 2:06 am

    cool

  4. Snake Charmer on January 1, 2023 at 2:12 am

    In my humble opinion, instead of focusing on helping the law enforcement, reptile zoos should focus on fighting unreasonable prohibitory laws. Permit laws against venomous snakes, large crocodillians and very large constrictors are understandable but the rest is plain ignorant. It is a cliche but as we all know that dogs kill more people than any other animal in The States. Try blanket banning dog ownership!

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