At Petland, we pride ourselves on catering to a wide range of reptile enthusiasts, from the entry-level owner to the experienced hobbyist. Our store boasts an impressive selection of reptiles, amphibians, and associated animals such as scorpions and tarantulas. We understand that different individuals have varying preferences and skill levels when it comes to reptile ownership. Therefore, we offer a diverse array of species with varying levels of handling ease, care requirements, and housing needs.
For those seeking reptiles that are easy to handle and have moderate care requirements, we have several fantastic options available. Let us introduce you to:
We encourage you to visit our store and explore the vast array of reptiles we have available today. However, if you can’t find the specific species you’re looking for, don’t worry! Petland works closely with professional reptile breeders, and we have the ability to fulfill special order requests, ensuring that you can find the perfect addition to your reptile family.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, reptiles make good pets! They don’t take up much room, have little demands, and are cute and entertaining. You are sure to find a pet reptile that is ideal for your family.
There are low-maintenance reptiles available that are suitable for people with small spaces who don’t have room for a lot of equipment, or for people who want to get into the world of reptile ownership but don’t want to get in over their heads.
Reptile diet needs may differ. Live food such as crickets and mealworms are a great source of protein as well as carbohydrates, fats, and fiber. Some reptiles require fresh fruits, vegetables and plant matter to thrive. Fresh food also provides certain vitamins and minerals, as well as a source of moisture. Vitamin/Calcium Supplements ensure your reptile gets proper nutrition in addition to normal diet. Ask our pet counselors for more dietary information.
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