100% of your donations go to feed and care for the reptiles in our rescue center.
We have reptiles needing forever homes. Scroll down for more information or to fill out an adoption application.
With the increasing number of reptiles coming from all over the state and neighboring states we have taken on a 4th Partner name Eric Zych, he has opened a Northern Location of our rescue called EZ Reptile & Amphibian Rescue. This location will be servicing the Northern part of Wisconsin.
Our organization is family orientated and there is plenty of love, care, and room for more reptiles. We are working hard to fulfill the need for homes out there. We are accepting reptiles of all kinds. We are serving the State of Wisconsin.
Our team members have owned reptiles and other pets for several years. It is this experience that helps us as rescuers to provide the upmost care for the reptiles we receive.
Every animal deserves love, respect, compassion, care and time. We provide all of these things and much more to the reptiles we are taking in. We know that reptiles take more time and understanding than other animals to adjust to new environments.
We are saving the lives of so many reptiles from Wisconsin and other states.
Our purpose is to provide the necessary nutrition, habitat, and medical needs of the reptiles being rescued. These reptiles will be thoroughly checked over for health concerns and determinations for veterinary services.
Each animal that comes in will be identified and housed according to species and specific needs. In general, most humane societies will not accept reptiles because of their special needs and care.
...Just to name a few.
**SORRY WE DO NOT ACCEPT ANY TYPE OF NATIVE CAUGHT, INJURED, OR "FOUND" REPTILES. We do NOT have a Wisc. DNR Rehabilitation Permit. Thank you for understanding.**
We are accepting donations in many forms such as:
Bedding Materials -coconut fiber, reptile bark, moss, reptile sand, etc.
Food and Water Dishes
For monetary donations scroll down to the donation button.
All donations to Reptile Rescue of Wisconsin, Inc. are deductible to the donor in compliance with the provisions of IRC 501(a) or other applicable section of the IRC.
For rescues please contact us by phone or text immediately. So that we can make necessary arrangements to help the reptile in need.
PO Box 811
Portage, Wisconsin 59301-0811
Phone: (608) 617-1258
Contact: Eric Zych
Park Falls, Wisconsin 54552
Phone: (715) 214-9154
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions.
Would you consider committing to a monthly gift? If not a monthly gift perhaps a One Time gift?
-$25.00 per Month Provides Food
-$50.00 per Month Provides Food and Supplement Supplies
-$100.00 per Month Provides New Enclosures and Enclosure Supplies
-$150.00 per Month Funds Our Rescue Expeditions Through Out the State.
Rescued Reptiles are available for adoption after a 14 day holding period. We hold them for 14 days to ensure that the reptile is eating well, healthy, and ready for their new home. If you are interested in any of our available reptiles please fill out the application form below and email it back to us.
If you are interested in adopting one of our many wonderful reptiles please feel free to download, complete and either email or send your application to us. Email: Reptilerescueofwisconsin@gmail.com
PO Box 811
Portage, Wisconsin 53901-0811
Ashlind and Blue are a pair of Savanah Monitors looking for their forever homes. Both came to us from owners who felt they could not provide the best environment to keep these two happy. They are like most monitors and are food driven. This pair is NOT for a beginner, an adoptee must have previous experience with monitors and can provide a large enough enclosure to meet their needs.
Phoenix is a rescue Juvenile Red Iguana who had some medical issues that were resolved in her/his past. That is why we named him/her Phoenix. Phoenix is unsexed at this time and is very active.
Yoshi and Ragnarr are two juvenile green iguanas. Both came from owners who could not care for them properly. Yoshi suffered loss of a toe and Ragnarr was very malnourished. Both are doing very well and ready for their forever homes. Better picture to come.
Morton is a male Sulcata Tortoise. He came to us from a family who was not able to provide him with the much needed attention and space. Morton is very active and often destructive. Morton likes to grunt and tell you about what he is doing. He is looking for his forever home. Ideal adoptee with have experience with large tortoises.
Jab is a female Green Iguana. Her owner is expecting another child and felt that they could not provide her with the care she requires. She is slowly adjusting to her new surroundings. She has the normal iguana attitude. Which makes her fit in with the rest of the iguana family here.
Welcome!!! We are glad you are visiting us. 100 % Of Your Donations Go to Feed and Care for the Reptiles in Our Rescue Center. Please click the "Donation" button now to donate.