Bearded Dragons

The bearded dragon came by his name because of the darkened patch under his chin, resembling a beard. When puffed out, the beard is quite a unique feature, with his appearance bearing a striking resemblance to prehistoric dinosaurs. These reptiles are hardy, resilient and have an even temperament, making them a favorite among reptile lovers.


Why own a chameleon? When asked this question some may say it‘s the chameleon’s unique looking eyes, which move independently and are covered almost entirely by the skin. Others may say it’s the chameleon’s pincer-like, prehensile appendages, and slow-moving gait. Certainly, the projectile tongue, with which they can capture insects from a distance (up to double their body length in some species), has been reason enough to keep these unique creatures.

Crested Gecko

Our Crested Geckos are captive bred here in the USA. Crested Geckos make very good pets because they are extremely hardy, easy to keep and handle, and come in many different beautiful colors and patterns.

Leopard Gecko

Our Leopard Geckos are captive bred in the USA and they are one of the most popular reptile pets because they are calm, very hardy, and come in a wide variety of morphs.


All of the Blue-tongues are heavy bodied with small, stubby legs. They have large triangular heads with strong jaw muscles. They grow from 12 to 16 inches in length, depending on the species.

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