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We get no funding from any outside source! Your donations and adoption fees provide nearly all the money used for feeding, housing, vetting, and utilities!
Please , please, donate what you can!
New Counter added 10/16/09
page last updated on 8/10/15
I would love for someone to help me operate VARR! If you are in northern va and have
considered operating a rescue, please contact me. I’m looking for a partner that
can coordinate pickups and care while I coordinate the adoptions. Varr is a tiny
rescue, and there are no paid positions. I operate varr outside of my full-
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Did you find a box turtle in VA?? Click on the link above to report it -
Also, see the reptile items at the Rescued is my favorite breed website.
PLEASE share this video with everyone! It shows what happens when turtles and tortoises are not cared for properly. Even if you don’t own a turtle, sharing this info may be the only way to find owners who aren’t doing things right. And if we find those owners, we can correct the problems and help the turtles! PLEASE SHARE!!
Ganymede is a gentle ball python that has been here a LONG time.
He needs to get OUT of our rescue and IN to someone’s home!
Please apply to adopt Ganymede now!
See the Animals Available page for all the critters!
VA Reptile Rescue, Inc
PO box 641
Bristow, va 20136
Email is the best way to reach us.
For reference, we are near the Manassas airport. We do not give our physical location as we are not a business, not open for browsing or “drop offs”.
Please note that I was away from the rescue for much of july, and the first week of august 2015. Emails sent during that time may not have gotten an answer, and I am truly sorry. I will try to catch up as soon as possible. Thanks for understanding. This has been a hard time for me as I have lost two close family members.
Did you find a reptile here in Virginia and need to identify it? Want to make sure that the snake in your yard is not venomous? Visit the Virginia Herp Society page for their identification page, with actual photos of the reptiles found in Virginia.