CCSB is North Carolina's largest nonprofit reptile rescue and rehabilitation center that is dedicated to the welfare of our turtle,snake, lizard, tortoise and all crocodilian species native and exotic. We house more than 250 reptiles at any given time making one of the largest rescues and full medical centers in the U.S for reptiles. We are also fully licensed as a rehabilitation center through North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission and and also licensed to work with endangered species reptiles of N.C. we do not compromise on standards or care of any reptile under our care. First we want to thank God for giving us the ability to take care of these reptiles when they need to be taken care of and also also give thanks to the Lord for what he has done for this rescue and how he has blessed us with what we needed when we needed it. To God be the glory great things he hath done PSALMS121:1-2 & PHILIPPIANS 4:13. We take in unwanted reptiles that cannot be taken care of anymore and there are many reasons someone might have to give up there pet we take them in and find the animals good homes to go to . NO animals in need ever get turned away we always make sure we can take in and treat sick or injured reptiles. If you wish to surrender an animal then give us a call so that we can get all the information from you about the animal you will be turning over to us. If you don't know that much about the animal that is fine to, please give us a call so that we are able to help the animal find a life long home. We also offer the humane removal and relocation of turtles from privately owned ponds and the removal and relocation of snakes from your home or business no animal that is removed is put down they are safely relocated. ANY animals that are available to the general public will be on our adoption pages we do have 2 adoption pages and you can see what animals we have ready to be rehomed or call us to see if there are animals that may not be on the adoption page yet. Or if you have an animal you need to surrender to us or have found a reptile that you need us to take, then call the number below or go to the contact us page on our website. We now have a facebook page also that we can be contacted through or just check us out and see how things are going in our sanctuary at http://www.facebook.com/ccsbreptile.rescue
Basic Reptile Training, Containing and Handling Course
A certificate of completion will be issued to each person at the end of each course
The Cost of the course is $200 for anyone and everyone who is interested in attending. Refreshments will be provided along with a cookout to finish the course.
Information for lodging and meals will be provided.
Day One: Introduction and Course Overview
Crocodilian and Large Lizard Overview
Signs and Symptoms of Sickness in Reptiles (For Zoo Keepers and Private
Collectors, & vet staff)
Venomous Snakes, Large Constricting Snakes (Venom and its effects on the body)
North Carolina Laws
PPE and Related Handling, Restraining Equipment and Techniques
(Additional topics may be covered if time permits)
Day Two: Practical Hands on Training and Restraining
There must be a minimum of five and a maximum of ten people registered per course session to hold this class. (If the minimum is not met then your money can either be returned to you or you can choose another course date)
Liability Waivers WILL BE signed by all participants. To register and receive a course package (which will include the address) call Chad Griffin at (336) 749-3250. Course will be held in Winston-Salem, NC.
We would like to thank all the people who have been generous enough to make monetary donations and donate there unwanted items to help us make sure that these animals are well taken care of while in our care. From all of us here at CCSB Reptile Rescue we hope to hear from you soon. Thanks and God bless
UPCOMING EVENTS :
Repticon Winston-Salem Saturday April 18, 2015 at the Winston-Salem Fair Grounds Bolton Home and Garden Building at Gate 9 421 West 27th Street Winston-Salem, NC 27105. We will be set up as a reptile surrender station. We will also have (Sunshine) a 12 foot Albino Burmese Python, (Giaus) a 3 foot American Alligator and (Demon) a 3 foot Morelets Crocodile for $5 photos ops with kids and families make sure to BRING YOUR CAMERA.
Repti-Con Greenville, South Carolina Saturday May 1, 2015 at the Greenville Shrine Club at 119 Beverly Road Greenville, SC 29609. We will be set up as a reptile surrender station. We will also have (Sunshine) a 12 foot Albino Burmese Python, (Giaus) a 3 foot American Alligator and (Demon) a 3 foot Morelets Crocodile for $5 photo ops with kids and families. Make sure to BRING YOUR CAMERA.
Monroeton Feed the Kids Car Show Saturday May 1, 2015 from 10 am until 2 pm at 8081 US 158 Reidsville, NC 27320. Come join us to celebrate a good cause and take your picture with some of the animals that we will have there as well as you will have the opportunity to buy some of the new and different items that we are selling.
PetSense Adopt-A-Thon in Reidsville, Mount Airy and Albemarle, NC We do this event every year. The addresses are the following: Reidsville 1547 Freeway Drive Reidsville, NC 27320 Saturday May 30 and Sunday May 31. Mount Airy 692 South Andy Griffith Parkway #111 Mount Airy, NC 27030 Saturday May 30. Albemarle 830 NC Highway 24/27 Bypass East Suite B Albemarle, NC 28001 Saturday May 30.
Basic Reptile Training, Containing and Handling Course The Cost of the course is $200 for anyone and everyone who is interested in attending. Refreshments will be provided along with a cookout to finish the certification course. Information for lodging and meals will be provided upon your request and at your own expense.Payment MUST be made in FULL one week prior to your chosen course date. All dates are on a first come first serve basis. Course times will be both days from 8:30 am – 5 pm Appropriate attire required including boots and pants. (NO SHORTS) Bring a change of clothing for handling day as you may need them. Contact us for further information if you are interested in taking the course.
Repticon Raleigh Saturday June 27, 2015 at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds Scott Building at 1025 Blue Ridge Road Raleigh, NC 27607 We will be set up as a reptile surrender station. We will also have (Sunshine) a 12 foot Albino Burmese Python, (Giaus) a 3 foot American Alligator and (Demon) a 3 foot Morelets Crocodile for $5 photos ops with kids and families make sure to BRING YOUR CAMERA.
HAVE A DAY OF FUN We offer educational shows starring (SUNSHINE) a 12 ft albino burmese python and (GEORGE) a 3 1/2ft American Alligator and also with our other reptiles for all types of party events including birthday parties , schools and church events and many type events to give the public a positive interaction with the reptile species and to try to also put down the fears that people have about reptiles and show that with the proper knowledge and care they can be enjoyed and also be wonderful animals to have as pets. Go to educational events page for more info about the shows and cost. To see pictures of recent shows go to the photos page and then the recent educational shows section pictures of shows do not stay up very long so we can make room for other shows. YOU CAN NOW MEET THE STARS OF THE SHOW go to the show animals album in the photo's section
WE NOW HAVE ITEMS AND MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
We have items that are for sale, these items vary from husbandry tools and items to used inventory to toys and apparel. To see what all we have go to our photos page then the items for sale category. The items in the page will vary from time to time so what is in there one day may not be there the next time you visit. If there is something you were interested in but its not there now feel free to call us to see if we will be getting it or can get it again. All proceeds go to help with the rescue and rehabilitation efforts here at our sanctuary.
We do service the triad area for animal removal. Call us today and let us know how we can help(336) 749-3250 or go to contact us page.
CCSB proudly serves North Carolina and surrounding states by making sure that unwanted, sick, injured, or discarded reptiles have the utmost care and the proper placement in homes we want to make sure that an animal doesn't bounce from home to home we try to make sure the animal goes to a forever home. Reptiles that cannot be adopted out or released are placed in educational facilities such as natural science centers or zoo's for educational purposes so that the public is able to still enjoy and learn more about these creatures but from a safe distance. We are dedicated to making sure the reptile species is properly cared for. We also want to make sure the public and pet owners have the proper knowledge to deal with these wonderful creatures and give the animal proper care so the animals are able to live a long life and the pet owner gets the proper enjoyment that they should get from their reptile. We are available to answer any questions that people may have about there reptile to ensure that any reptile is appropriately cared for.
DONATIONS---Being nonprofit we run solely on donations given by the public we currently house more than 250 reptiles as you may know it takes a lot of money and other things to keep animals healthy and fed and in the proper inclosures while here at our sanctuary. If you would like to leave a donation then give us a call to see what we have need for at that time or you can leave cash donations also. Feel free to call us and we will let you know how you can help. We would also like to thank the many people who have already been generous enough to give donations to us already of aquariums, terrariums, money, housing items, food and much more THANKS FOR YOUR HELP GOD BLESS. GO TO THE DONATE BUTTON AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE.
ROMANS road to salvation------Romans 3:23, Romans 6:23, Romans 5:8-9, Romans 10:9, Romans 10:13. God Bless