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Bringing a reptile into the family? PetSmart can help you explore the right species for your needs. Size, maintenance level, personality and proper handling are just a few of the important factors to consider when choosing a reptile pet.
The lively anole can be a great reptile for a beginner pet parent. They can live more than five years and grow up to 8 inches long. Anoles thrive in a tropical environment and love to eat crickets and worms.View reptiles
The docile bearded dragon can be an excellent beginner lizard for novice pet parents. Bearded dragons allow regular handling and eat a variety of foods like crickets, worms and veggies. They can grow up to 24 inches long and live for more than 10 years.View reptiles
Leopard geckos are fantastic for beginning pet parents because of their friendly personalities, easy maintenance and manageable size (approximately 8-11 inches long fully grown). “Leos” can live 15-20 years when cared for properly.View reptiles
Snakes are popular pet reptiles. They can be easy to care for and are actually quite docile, especially with proper handling. Snakes can live 15 to 35 years depending on the species. These fascinating pets also enjoy a diet of frozen mice or rats.View reptiles
As distant relatives of the dinosaur, tortoises are land-dwellers with round, stumpy feet like an elephant's. These herbivores love fruits and veggies and can grow up to one foot. With the right care, these shelled reptiles can live more than 50 years.View reptiles
Turtles spend much of their time in the water, tend to have webbed feet and are omnivores. The diet of a turtle can include crickets, worms, goldfish, veggies and pellets. Turtles can grow up to 11 inches long and can live for more than 30 years.View reptiles
The water dragon’s appearance ranges in shades of green and it has a crest from head to tail. They may require more maintenance than some beginner reptiles and like tropical environments. Growing two to three feet long, water dragons like to eat crickets and worms.View reptiles
From habitats selection and setup to creating the perfect reptile climate, we can help you confidently care for your unique pet.
RUSSIAN & GREEK TORTOISE
EYELASH CRESTED & GARGOYLE GECKO
CHUBBY & TOMATO FROGS
CURLY TAIL LIZARD
KING, MILK, & CORN SNAKES
CHINESE WATER DRAGON
SAND BOAS & ROSY BOAS
WHITE-LINE & GOLDEN GECKO
RED FOOT TORTOISE
SCORPIONS & TARANTULAS