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This Site was Updated: April 29, 2013
Our FISH AND REPTILE pages: General Fish/Reptile Info, Fish/Reptile Health, and Fish/Reptile Web Links will provide you with general fish and reptile owner information, fish and reptile health data, fish and reptile rescue resources, and interesting fish and reptile books and web sites. Just click on your immediate area of interrest and then browse through the rest of the fish and reptile section.
PGAA currently offers some limited general articles about Fish; Snakes at In The Beginning; General Info; and Snake Care; plus one article on Turtles, and we want to expand on those articles. PGAA is soliciting your help in this area. If you are a fish/aquarium (fresh or salt), amphibian or reptile owner or expert please let us know what articles are needed and, better yet, submit an article for inclusion on this site. We will give you full credit and a link back to your web site if you have one. PGAA currently has a PR5 with Google so such a link is to your advantage. Just e-mail us at PGAA Mail Box.
PGAA currently has no health related articles on fish, reptiles or amphibians so these will also be appreciated. As will photos.
PGAA does have several books that are available through Amazon. Our General Books Section lists books on fish and aquariums, snake care and species, and on lizards and turtles. Our Health Book Section has limited selections for the above categories and we are looking for more recommendations.
PGAA's Fish and Reptile links page has many direct links to other fish and reptile sites including general informational sites, goods and services, and health and care sites.
Go to PGAA's Pet Rescue Page to find reptile rescue agencies by state.
Also visit our other dedicated pages for cats, dogs, birds, and other small pets. They all contain similar information relating to these pets.