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  • Crested Gecko

    Captive Bred


    Cresties are the most popular reptile at the moment.  What is not to like? They are an omnivore which love to eat packaged foods (Repashy Superfoods) as well as insects.  They do not require excessive equipment and are not a type of reptile that bites.  There are many color morphs and patterns available. Crested Geckos were thought to be extinct and rediscovered in 1994 on the island of New Caledonia.  These geckos prefer an arboreal set-up so the taller the better.

  • Bearded Dragon

    Captive Bred


    Bearded Dragons are one of the all time favorites in the reptile hobby.  They are very friendly and easy to handle and take care of.  Bearded Dragons are an insectivore, eating primarily crickets and worms as juveniles but will graduate into a more vegetarian diet as they mature.

  • Cave Geckos

    Captive Bred

    Chinese Cave Geckos are a group of 12 different species of Goniurosarus geckos that are found from Vietnam to southern Japan.  These geckos have a similar appearance to Leopard Geckos but differ in the fact that they like a cool, moist rainforest habitat unlike the Leopard Geckos.

  • White's Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea)

    Capive Bred

    Also Known As:
    Dumpy Tree Frog

    This little frog does well in a rainforest habitat terrarium.  White's Tree Frogs have adhesive toe pads that let them climb all over their domain. These are considered a beginner's frog but keep in mind frogs should really be kept to observe them not to handle them.  They absorb everything through the skin so therefore anything on your hands can be detrimental.

    It is a very laid back frog that has a loud call and is nocturnal.

  • High Yellow Leopard Gecko

    Captive Bred

    Leopard Geckos are one of the easiest of all geckos to keep. They are super popular and probably second to only crested geckos as far as popularity goes. 

    They prefer a low desert type terrarium with a few hiding places.While it is best to keep one side 90-95 degrees and the cool side around 70-75 they can handle a very large temperature fluctuation. 

    Crickets and mealworms are the main food for this gecko.

  • Yellow Splashback Dart Frog

    Captive Bred

    These frogs are a little less common than some of the others but do well in groups in medium sized terrariums.  Four of these frogs can easily be kept in a 18" x 18" terrarium.

  • Oophaga pumilio "Man Creek" Dart Frog

    Captive Bred

    Pumilio Dart Frogs are some of the most beautiful of all dart frogs.  They tend to do very well in smaller terrariums with live plants and a couple of bromeliads.  They will readily reproduce in this type of set up.  This is one of the few obligate egg feeder frogs available to hobbyists.

  • Mint Terribilis Dart Frog

    Captive Bred

    Phyllobates terribilis are the most toxic of all the poison dart frogs in the wild.  Thankfully the ant or possibly a beetle that it must eat in order to become or stay toxic is only found in the wild.  Captive bred specimens have no toxicity.

    This dart is also one of the largest of the dart frogs but does well in group situations.  It has a louder call than most but is diurnal like all dart frogs so they do not call throughout the night.  All dart frogs prefer to be in a terrarium with plants, moss and high humidity. 

  • Cinder Cornsnake

    Captive Bred

    Cornsnakes are one of the most sought after reptiles due to their amazing colors, ease of care and generally easy going demeanor.  They are generally what most people gravitate to for their first pet snake.

  • Kenyan Sand Boa (Eryx colubrinus)

    Captive Bred

    Sand Boas have become more popular in recent years due to all the new captive bred color morphs and small size of a full grown snake.  Most male sand boas don't quite reach 2 feet long and most females barely reach that mark too.  It is a bit more of a shy snake than cornsnakes or other boas.

  • Anery Kenyan Sand Boa (Eryx colubrinus)

    Captive Bred

    Sand Boas have become more popular in recent years due to all the new captive bred color morphs and small size of a full grown snake.  Most male sand boas don't quite reach 2 feet long and most females barely reach that mark too.  It is a bit more of a shy snake than cornsnakes or other boas.



  • Albino Okeetee Cornsnake

    Captive Bred

    Cornsnakes are one of the most sought after reptiles due to their amazing colors, ease of care and generally easy going demeanor.  They are generally what most people gravitate to for their first pet snake.