Those that do not like snakes and lizards cant understand the fascination that they hold for others. Those that do like them can’t get enough. In fact it is the fastest growing section in our stores. We employ dedicated reptile enthusiasts who provide the best of care for our animals and can answer most questions you may have about yours.
Social and engaging the Bearded Dragon is relatively accepting of people. Its friendly nature along with its curiosity and attractive appearance have made it one of the most popular reptilian pets. Its large conical scales puff out when excited or threatened. Both sexes display a beard.
Adult Size: 14-22 inches, roughly half of which is tail
Life Span: Up to 10 years, although half that is not uncommon
Collared lizards are one of the fastest lizards and can reach speeds of up to 16 mph. Lively, alert, and wary the Collared Lizard will often take a while to warm up to its owners. With powerful jaws care needs to be taken when handling them.
Adult Size: 8-14 inches
Life Span: 5-10 years
The ability to change colors is only one of the things that make the Green Anole a fascinating lizard. It is also capable of running up smooth vertical surfaces. A diurnal lizard, the Green Anole is active during the day.
Adult Size: 4-8 inches
Life Span: 2-3 years
These nocturnal lizards respond well to gentle handling. However it is best to avoid handling it by its tail since it drops off easily, but eventually grows back.
Adult Size: 7-10 years
Life Span: 7-20 years
This is a very active and long lived and even tempered lizard that has become very popular in recent years. The Mali Uramastyx will swing its “spiny tails” as a defense mechanism. It is an enthusiastic digger with a sweet face and rather comical appearance with distinct potbelly.
Adult Size: 10-16 years
Life Span: 20-30 years or more
This colorful frog has bright flash colors on its sides. They often flash into view when the frog is moving. The famous red eyes make it one of the most attractive amphibian pets.
Adult Size: 2-3 inches
Life Span: 5-10 years
These highly vocal lizards get their name form their “to-kay” calls heard mostly during the breeding season. They may also bark or grunt. These nocturnal animals are among the least social of all reptiles.
Adult Size: 10-14 inches
Life Span: Up to 20 years
Pythons are one of the prettiest snakes. It gets its name from curling into a ball when threatened. Although small by Python standards the Ball can grow up to 5 or 6 feet. They grow about 1 foot per year for their first three years.
Adult Size: 4-6 feet
Life Span: 20+ years