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Here we will give you general information that will help you better care for your pet frog, chameleon, dragon, snake, ECT! We will update information here as we create it so check back often. If you don’t see the information you are looking for then contact us so we can get you the answers you are looking for.


Safe Plant List - Adding live plants to your pets’ enclosure can be beneficial for many reasons. It can add humidity, provide hiding spots, serve as a food source, as well as, be very attractive. For these reasons it is very important to use plants that are pesticide free and organic. We have several suitable plants available in our store, you may also check out our Safe Plant List for additional non-toxic options.


Choosing a staple feeder insect - Insectivorous reptiles are animals that have adapted to rely on a diet comprised of insects. Examples include leopard geckos, pictus geckos, chameleons, and baby bearded dragons. Click here to read more about the different types of feeder insect we offer.


 Pictus Gecko care sheet - Pictus geckos are easy to care for when housed individually. We produce many of these in-house ourselves each year, they are a fascinating and inquisitive miniature species. Click here for more information on caring for your new gecko. Or go see what's available in the reptiles section of the store.


Reproducing a rainbow: Learn to breed panther chameleons - Out of 160 known chameleon species, the panther chameleon (furcifer pardalis) is easily one of the most recognizable. With its long sticky tongue, prehensile tail, independently moving eyes and vibrant colors, it's not difficult to see why. Published in Reptiles magazine in 2009






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