EnRICHing the iguana/keeper relationship through accurate care information and compassionate re-homing.
Adoptable Iguanas Please take a look at our wonderful adoptable iguanas! They each have their own personality, needs and requirements. Some are suitable for first time iguana keepers, some are only for very experienced people who understand and accept aggressive iguana behavior. Unless otherwise noted, we believe they are in good health.
We are located in Minnesota and do not ship. We are willing to deliver to surrounding states for a transportation fee of $75. Our adoption fee is $75. You must be 18 or older to adopt.
Thank you for choosing adoption!
Chappie is a youngster
Chappie was surrendered in the Spring of 2016.
Last Fall, Chappie entered his first breeding season. He didn't express much in the way of aggressive behavior, but he did go off feed. He has since gained his appetite back!
Crimson might be a "red" phase designer iguana
Crimson was surrendered in August 2016. He was in poor condition, but has gained needed weight. He is a typical iguana that is not very tame, however, he will eat from the bowl as I am holding it. He needs a lot of patience and time to trust. He is best adopted by an experienced iguana keeper.
Igman is about 12 years old. He was surrendered in 2018. Igman is very tolerant of touch and gets his cheeks rubbed on a daily basis! He is suitable for a first time iguana keeper.
Igman is 12 years old and tame
Plucky is a young male iguana
Plucky is a young male who had active MBD when he was surrendered in 2016. We were able to stop the disease, but the damage had already been done. He will always have the kinks in his tail and back. He also has damage to his hips bones, revealed by x-rays. He is considered special needs. Although he gets around fine now, there is concern that in the future, nerves in the hips might be affected by the damage to the bones. This is why it's so important to provide UVB light for iguanas.
Fluffy is a six year old male iguana who was surrendered in the Fall of 2018. He is pretty tame and loves to go exploring. Fluffy is suitable for a first time iguana keeper.
Zippy is an adult male iguana. He is approximately 5-6 years old. He is generally a tolerant, carefree igauna. He is currently in breeding season, and displays usual seasonal behavior, such as decreased feeding, head bobbing, restlessness, and during this time prefers to be left alone. Otherwise, he enjoys cheek rubs and is pretty good about using the poopy box.
Dr. J was a prize at the Dakota County fair. Such practices are cruel and we encourage anyone who sees live animals of any kind being used a prizes, to complain to the local authorities.
We are not sure yet if Dr. J is male or female. In any case, Dr. J has a fantastic appetite!