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Have you hugged your lizard today?

By Scott Delucchi, Peninsula Humane Society

Meet Steve, our 5-year-old bearded dragon, available for adoption. This type of lizard is originally from Australia, and so he requires high temperatures and UVA/UVB light to stay happy and healthy.

With appropriate husbandry, habitat, research and veterinary care, bearded dragons thrive with first-time reptile owners.

Steve is a relaxed, social guy who is great with people and enjoys being handled. And, yes, you can change his name to something more exotic or Australian-sounding, mate!

Visit our Center of Compassion at 1450 Rollins Road in Burlingame or go to www.phs-spca.org/.

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