Welcome To The Pails For Scales Website
WEBSITE LAST UPDATED 17/06/13
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* Pom X Maltese - Females
*Guinea Pigs - Males and Females
*Rabbits Lop X 8 weeks old
*Lop X 6 month old Female (Toilet Trained)
*Mice - Female and Males
*Blaze Rats- males and females
*Eastern Rosella - Male
*Silver Diamond Doves
* Adult Female Central Bearded Dragon
*Adult Female Gippsland Water Dragon
*Pair of Thick Tailed Geckos
* New shipment of 250 Goldfish
* New shipment of 300 Tropical fish
NEW HATCHLINGS -
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NEW PRODUCTS (now in store)
- Vet's All Natural
- Furminators Dog Brushes
- Pails for Scales heat globes
- Eco pet dog rolls
- Natural Choice dry dog food
- Shoo Tag!
- Greenies (dog and cat dental products)
- Litter Crystals for cats
- Kritter and Kitty crumbles
- Carefresh for rats and mice
HAVING A PARTY?
We do Birthday Parties. We can bring snakes, frogs, turtles, lizards and dragons to your house or party venue. $195 per hour or with Boris the Croc $250 per hour. Children can handle the reptiles, have photos and receive some great knowledge on reptiles!
Did you know - Pails for Scales also do face painting?
We can come to your party or special event, please contact us to find out more!
CLEARANCE SALE SPECIALS
Adult Hypomelanistic Python - Female
was $480 now $130
Adult QLD Blackheaded Python - Male
was $970 now $420
Adult NT Blackheaded Python- Male
was $780 now $480
Adult NT Blackheaded Python - Male
was$780 now $480
Adult Cardwell Jungle Python - Female 1
was $600 now $300
Adult Spotted Python - Female
was $280 now $130
2013 Breeding season starts off!
WE CAN COME TO YOU
.We can bring snakes, frogs, turtles, lizards and dragons to you. We can bring Boris the Croc and his reptilian friends to you at school, kindergarten and day care! We are available for:
We also do demonstrations at Shopping Centres, Expos, Shows and Corporate Functions.
Congratulations to Professor Rick Shine on his work to help eradicate Cane Toads.
When will the DSE & CFA stop their uncontrolled burns? Fuel reduction bullshit, they are just killing off our native animals and destroying habitats. Burning the bush in different spots is no different to picking Tattslotto numbers! How do they know that this area may burn one day? How many years does it take for a tree or log to become hollow, one burn and it's gone, not to be used for years. They are playing Russian Roulette with our wildlife, this has got to be stopped!
Coal Mining in National Parks
On my last recent trip to QLD, it was announced that the QLD government was going to mine in a national park for coal. Why stop at coal, they might as well put in a pulp mill within the national park as well as an abattoirs to process all of the native animals! What next drilling for oil in the Great Barrier Reef?
Moray Downs which is 120, 000 hectares was just sold to an Indian Industrial Conglomerate - how many more animals are we going to lose to this big sale?
I can't believe the Australian government is allowing Chinese businessman to buy up Australian properties knowing they are going to mine them for coal. Good news from the spokesman from the company they aren't going to mine the farming land, they are going to flatten the hills where our native animals have sought refuge from the cleared farming land. Who cares just a few more native animals to die off!
Lobby the Australian government to try and get this stopped!
It is unbelievable that so many people are complaining about how so many cows are being killed overseas, while our native animals are hit with sticks, shovels,shot or even run over to die a cruel, slow death. Nothing is ever done about this, the RSPCA don't care, DSE only worry about paperwork mistakes instead of in forcing that it is against the law to kill native animals.
It's hard to understand Australians because as soon as we have a problem with native animals all they want to do is get rid of them, ie. culling of bat colonies, crocodile turns up in Cairns and the media then wants to cull the crocodiles. Now they are hunting for a poor old shark after a surfer was attacked (After not realising it wasn't allowed to eat humans!) But when we have a problem with an introduced animal they jump up and down to try and stop you hurting these poor little animals, ie. dog attacks, pussy cats that aren't locked up, brumbys.
It is hard to imagine the government can spend millions advertising on carbon tax but don't spend anything on controlling the cane toads, which are wiping out our native animals across Northern Australia! Now they are spending four million on pamphlets to explain the tax, more trees cut down!
Mornington in the Kimberly
Recently we were invited to Mornington, a property run by Australian Wildlife Conservancy that is 312.000 hectares in size, in the Kimberly Western Australia. What an amazing experience from being flown around by helicopters to canoeing down the Fitzyroy River. But also learning about the great work AWC is doing to save the wildlife in the Kimberly.
A special thanks to all the staff at Mornigton that made it such a wonderful experience.
(We will be back!!!)
*Mornington home base.
* Fitzyroy River, hoping to see some fresh water cocodiles.
*Moon rising above Fitzyroy River.
*Tracking Native Animals after a servere bushfire
*Rainbow Bee Eater
*Eating Breakfast on the side of the Bluff at sunrise
*View while eating breakfast
*Helicopter waiting on top of the waterfall, which was its landing pad.
*Our 5 star Tent accommadation
*The View from the back of our tent, Annie Creek.
*The waterhole where we dropped in by helicopter. Left to have a nice swim for 4 hours.
*Canoeing down the Fitzyroy River
*Beautiful Spot to cool off after canoeing and lovely spot for lunch.
*Dinner time on the last night. Top of a hill watching the sun set,
*Our view of Mornington (did not want to leave)
*While in Broome, We visited into Malcom Douglas Crocodile Farm.
Click on the picture below and help save our native wildlife.