Follow us: | |

FOR PHONE CALL ORDERS: +(971) 56 691 6119

Reptiles

Showing 1–30 of 309 results

THERMO SPOTLIGHT ECO 42W

AED50.00
HO37562

“The new halogen thermo spotlight is used to set up basking places just like the role model nature does. The bundled light radiation cone makes the lamp ideal for thermophile reptiles and allows them to regulate their heat through selective basking.

AED50.00Add to cart

AIRSTONE – POND USE

AED16.19
PFOSRT143

Size: Dia. 5 cm Compressed airstone, produces fine bubbles.

AED16.19Add to cart

ALOE

AED50.00
Add to cart

ALOE

AED50.00
PFOSRT65

Size: 40 cm (H) Artificial plants for terrarium decoration.

AED50.00Add to cart

AQUA-TEST SET

AED173.69
4001942040006

Only knowing your water parameters allows reacting in time and counteract irregularities so animals and plants are being protected. The sera aqua-test

AED173.69Add to cart

AQUAFIN TURTLE STICK 100 ML

AED5.25
FFTSAF100

AQUAFIN TURTLE STICK 100 ML Is ideal for all type pf turtle and reptiles. It has high amount of animal proteins, the high

AED5.25Add to cart

AQUAFIN TURTLE STICK 1000ML

AED26.25
FFTSAF1000

AQUAFIN TURTLE STICK 1000ML Is ideal for all type pf turtle and reptiles. It has high amount of animal proteins, the high content

AED26.25Add to cart

AQUAFIN TURTLE STICK 250 ML

AED9.45
FFTSAF250

AQUAFIN TURTLE STICK 250 ML Is ideal for all type pf turtle and reptiles. It has high amount of animal proteins, the high

AED9.45Add to cart

AQUAFIN TURTLE STICK 500 ML

AED17.85
FFTSAF500

AQUAFIN TURTLE STICK 500 ML Is ideal for all type pf turtle and reptiles. It has high amount of animal proteins, the high

AED17.85Add to cart

AQUARIUM RESIN DECORATION

AED29.22
U224

AQUARIUM RESIN DECORATION

AED29.22Add to cart

ATLANTIS Turtle Tray

AED25.20
802179940653011

Description Specification Reviews (0) IMAC ATLANTIS Turtle Tray 32x22x8 CM Tags: 8021799406530, IMAC TURTLE TANK

AED25.20Add to cart

ATLANTIS Turtle Tray (56899)

AED61.95
8021799406516

ATLANTIS Turtle Tray (56899)

AED61.95Add to cart

BATHING DISH – GREY 2 L

AED160.00
PFOSRT103

Size: Unit Drinking and bathing bowl. Rocklike appearance. Ideal bathing bowl for amphibia and bathing reptiles.

AED160.00Add to cart

BATHING DISH – MARBLED 2 L

AED160.00
PFOSRT104

Size: Unit Drinking and bathing bowl. Rocklike appearance. Ideal bathing bowl for amphibia and bathing reptiles.

AED160.00Add to cart

BATHING DISH – OCHRE 2 L

AED160.00
PFOSRT105

Size: Unit Drinking and bathing bowl. Rocklike appearance. Ideal bathing bowl for amphibia and bathing reptiles.

AED160.00Add to cart

BATHING DISH – RED 2 L

AED160.00
PFOSRT106

Size: Unit Drinking and bathing bowl. Rocklike appearance. Ideal bathing bowl for amphibia and bathing reptiles.

AED160.00Add to cart

BIOTHERM ECO TERRA THERMOSTAT

AED315.24
PFOSRT10

Size: Unit Microprocessor-controlled temperature controller with temperature reduction at night, visual alarm and inverting function for heating or cooling.

AED315.24Add to cart

BIOTHERM PRO

AED570.00
PFOSRT11

Size: unit Digital twin circuit temperature regulator

AED570.00Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN BABY MICE (PINKIES) 1.5 G

AED58.10
PFOSFFO1

Size: 125 g Frozen Baby Mice with an average weight of 1.8gm per piece. For small and large snakes, bearded dragon and

AED58.10Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN BABY RAT 10 G

AED85.24
PFOSFFO2

Size: 200 g Frozen Baby Rat with an average weight of 10gm per piece. For small and large snakes, bearded dragon and

AED85.24Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN DAY OLD CHICK 40 G

AED27.14
PFOSFFO3

Size: 320 g Frozen Day-old Chicken with an average weight of 40gm per piece. For small and large snakes, bearded dragon and

AED27.14Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN FUZZY RAT 15-25G

AED89.05
PFOSFFO4

Size: 250 g Frozen Fuzzy Rat with a weight of 15-25gm per piece. For small and large snakes. Frozen Rat fluffs are

AED89.05Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN LARGE MICE 25-35G

AED114.99
PFOSFFO5

Size: 525 g Frozen Large Mice which weigh between 25 – 30g. For small and large snakes, dragons, pythons and tegu. Pack

AED114.99Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN LARGE RAT 250-350G (3/PK)

AED88.57
PFOSFFO6

Size: 1.050 kg Frozen Large Rats which weigh between 250 – 350g. For small and large snakes. Pack of 3 pcs Rats

AED88.57Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN LARGE WEANER RAT 60-90G

AED75.24
PFOSFFO7

Size: 360 g Frozen Large Weaner Rat which weigh between 60 – 90g. For small and large snakes. Pack of 4 pcs

AED75.24Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN MOUSE FLUFFS 6G

AED105.24
PFOSFFO8

Size: 150 g Frozen Mouse Fluffs which weigh between 4-6g. For babysnakes, small and large snakes, iguanas, turtles, bearded bragons. Frozen mouse

AED105.24Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN REGULAR MICE 15-25G

AED84.76
PFOSFFO9

ize: 375 g Frozen Regular Mice which weigh between 15 – 25g. For small and large snakes, dragons, pythons and tegu. Pack

AED84.76Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN REGULAR RAT 150-250G

AED80.00
PFOSFFO10

Size: 750 g Frozen Regular Rats which weigh between 150 – 250g. For small and large snakes. Pack of 3 pcs Rats

AED80.00Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN SMALL MICE 10-15G

AED75.24
PFOSFFO11

Size: 225 g Frozen Small Mice which weigh between 10 – 15g. For small and large snakes, dragons, pythons and tegu. Pack

AED75.24Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN SMALL RAT 90-150G (3/PK)

AED73.33
PFOSFFO12

Size: 450 g Frozen Small Rats which weigh between 90 – 150g. For small and large snakes. Pack of 3 pcs Rats

AED73.33Add to cart

BLIJKIE FROZEN SMALL WEANER RAT 30-60G

AED81.14
PFOSFFO13

Size: 360 g Frozen Small Weaner Rat which weigh between 30 – 60g. For small and large snakes. Pack of 6 pcs

AED81.14Add to cart

Reptiles as pets

Some facts about reptiles

Reptiles are a class of vertebrates (those with a spinal cord) made up mostly of snakes, turtles, lizards, and crocodilians. Their dry, scaly skin most easily recognised these animals. Most of them lay eggs to produce offspring, but some, like vipers, give birth to young ones. Unlike fishes or amphibians, reptiles possess lungs for respiration. And they cannot control their body temperature naturally. Hence they are called cold-blooded animals. 

Reptiles consist of more than 10000 species and an additional 2500 subspecies. Australia ranks one in the presence of several species of reptiles, that is 1078. And on the other side, there is New Zealand, which possesses zero snakes but has different varieties of lizards.  

Petting reptiles

Even though there are more than 10000 reptile species, those used as pets are very less in number. The main reasons behind people choose reptiles as pets are 

  • Low maintenance 
  • Needs are simple
  • Not allergic
  • Comparatively, little space required
  • Live longer 
  • Fascinating and fun
  • Unique behavioural pattern

The members of reptile species which are  accompanied as pets include:

  • Bearded dragon
  • Common leopard gecko
  • Green iguana
  • Water dragons
  • Russian tortoise
  • Crested gecko
  • Ball python
  • Corn or rat snake
  • Chameleon
  • Red-eared slider
  • African sulcata tortoise
  • Green anole
  • Eastern box turtles 
  • Snakes

Among the list above, green iguana and giant snakes are not recommended to choose as your first reptile pets. Iguanas need to be handled carefully, and they can be aggressive at times. But if you wished to buy an iguana, you can compromise on a similar-looking and a much smaller copy of iguanas; those are water dragons. Water dragons will attract you with its nature and require deficient maintenance.

A Russian tortoise is a better choice than the popular red-eared slider, because of the different maintenance requirements, and ability to interact with a human. However, tortoises live for up to 50 years, which is a lengthy commitment. The Russian tortoise is relatively small on the tortoise scale (maximum of 8-10 inches), these tortoises are very hardy, which makes them a great choice. They also don’t have the water requirements of other reptile pets, as they get almost all of their moisture from their food.

When checking snake pets, ball pythons and corn snakes are the best chosen. Ball pythons are shy,  smaller in size(3-5 feet length), they come in a variety of colours and have an average lifespan around 25-30 years. Corn snakes are minor in format and very calm; they enjoy climbing branches, so they need an enclosure that allows them some space to do so.

Tools and accessories required for reptiles

Turtles should be kept in a large aquarium with a platform at the top that allows the turtle to dry out and warm up under a heat light.

Other reptiles should be kept in a vivarium (dry aquarium) of appropriate size to allow the animal to display regular activity and thermoregulate properly.

Reptiles require a heat source to digest food and remain active. When keeping a reptile in captivity it is important to provide a ‘thermo-gradient’, and this is where the enclosure has a warm and cold end provided by a heater at one end. A thermo-gradient for most reptiles would be 18oC at the cold end and up to 32oC at the warm end.

For a pet snake, it requires a snake cage, heating device, water bowls, snake hides, hooks and tongs.

The accessories required for a bearded dragon include a full terrarium, heat emitter, adjustable reptile leash, mesh reptile hammock, etc.

Like these, each reptile needs their specialized cages or Vivarium with accessories to entertain them. For these, you can access any nearby pet stores or through online pet stores.

Feeding your reptile pet

The feeding requirements of each reptile are different like their overall behaviour. Some are strictly herbivores, and some are omnivores, some are nocturnal, some are active also at day time. So let’s look through their feeding requirements.

Feeding conditions of reptiles are less compared to birds or mammals. That’s why they are cheaper to maintain than regular pets. 

Let’s go through the feeding habits of some of the pets.

  • Bearded Dragon: they are omnivorous, meaning they will eat both animals and plants. Insects comprise their main diet. There are three major parts in a bearded dragon food. They are meat, veggies or none citrus fruit and a commercial bearded dragon food. 

The meat part provided mainly to bearded dragons is insects. Generally, more than 75% of their diet needs meat, but captives, as they are less active than in the wild, overloading with insects may cause obesity. And the availability of live insects around their captive can also be less, for young ones require more meat supplies than that of adults. So I have to feed young ones by keeping this in mind.

On veggies, avoid citrus fruits, lettuce, spinach and avocado, and keep fruit to only 10% of your bearded dragon’s diet.

Commercial bearded dragon foods are readily available. These are generally high in protein and pre-loaded with essential vitamins and minerals.  You can buy bearded dragon food from any pet shops or through online means.

Pet food online provides shopping for bearded dragon food and also all accessories required for their growth. Please go through our website for more details.

  • Leopard gecko: these lizards are entirely carnivorous, and only eat live insects. They won’t entertain dead or frozen insects even offered. You geckos are required to be needed daily and you should be aware of keeping their prey small and are held before their eyesight. Elder geckos need to be fed once in 2-3 days. 

The best options for leopard gecko food are mealworms and crickets. Dusting these with vitamin and nutrient powders will increase the nutritional value of meal intake. Water in a shallow dish should be available for geckos whenever needed.

  • Corn snakes: corn snakes are fed with frozen rodents after thawing. They do not need to be fed frequently; younger ones only eat once every 5-7 days and older ones eat between 7-10 days. 

The size of the rodent supplied should be considered 1.5 times than the abdomen size of your corn snake. As snakes swallow its prey as a whole, it’s better to give them smaller sized rodents, or else may feel uncomfortable for them and spit it out. Feeding them regularly at a proper place or tub in the vivarium helps them to get the instinct food is only served there and they will wait there whenever hungry.

Like these, each reptile has their specialties in nature, feeding behaviour and way of treating owners. Those are unique, and we can have a look at the most frequently asked questions by reptile lovers.

FAQ’s

  • Can reptiles eat spicy food?

It is not entertaining to feed reptiles with spicy food, but it does not have any adverse effect for them too. Only mammals can feel the spiciness and there are many reports from turtle owners saying those eat spicy peppers. The truth is they cannot sense it.

  • What do most reptiles eat?

Reptiles are fed on some form of animal life such as insects, molluscs, birds, frogs, mammals, fishes, or even other reptiles.  Land tortoises are vegetarians, eating leaves, grass, and even cactus in some cases.

  • Where to buy reptile food online?

You can search for pet food online, or pet needs online or pet shop online for getting different links of online shopping lists in your area. We, pet food online, provide all your reptile pet needs, accessories and feed at the best price in town. Visit our website for more details.

  • What supplies do you need for a pet lizard?

A terrarium, set up can be made by converting an aquarium also. With a lower substrate, heat lamp and cleaner environment.