Types of Reptiles
One of the most iconic reptiles in the industry, these calm and collected lizards have been a staple for kids and adults of all ages due to their easy care requirements and ability to bond. Their diet consists of mainly bugs for their first year of life with some mixed vegetables thrown in. Once they hit a year old they go almost strictly vegetarian. Reaching 1′-1.5′, Bearded Dragons are not to big nor too small for the average household.
Leopard Geckos are another lizard that have a mild temperament, great for kids and adults of all ages. They are able to live around 10-20 years and can be held very frequently. Leopard Geckos also only eat live insects, making their diet easy to follow!
Chameleons are by far one of the most gorgeous animals on this planet. Scientists believe that chameleons change color to reflect their moods. By doing so, they send social signals to other chameleons. … For many years, scientists believed that chameleons change their color by manipulating specialized cells — called chromatophores — that contain different colors of pigment. Luckily in this day of age we are able to obtain captive bred species of Chameleons to keep the population in the wild stable.
We tend to carry two types of tortoises: Russian Tortoises and African Sulcata Tortoises. Russians get to be around 8-10 inches big and Sulcatas can get to be around 36 inches! Tortoises can live to be anywhere between 50 to over 100 years old, making them a great pet and a lifelong friend!
Many reptiles are insectivores or eat live insects as treats! We carry a variety of live insects to feed your scaly friends such as Crickets, Dubia Roaches, and Superworms. If you have any questions about our feeders and what the best fit for your scaly friend is, feel free to come in and ask about it and we can give you a hand!
We carry a variety of rocks, fake plants, driftwood, tank backgrounds, and other accessories to make your reptiles habitat feel more like home!