We carry a wide variety of herptiles at Fauna. Unlike most other stores, here you will find only captive raised reptiles and amphibians available for sale. This not only reduces the strain on wild populations, but assures you a healthy pet that has not been collected from the wild.
Our reptiles & amphibians come from local breeders as well as a few species we raise within our store.
For those that will be away for extended periods of time we do offer some boarding in the store for our reptilian clients. Your pet must be in good health and condition prior to boarding. Space is limited so please call well in advance to book your space!
We will maintain the proper environment while you are away, carefully monitoring temperatures and humidity levels based on the species. We will provide all the dietary needs for your pet unless it has a special diet which you provide.
REPTILE IN-HOME GROOMING
Do you have wings, nails or beaks growing out of control? Don’t stress your pet by taking it to be groomed when we can get it into shape in minutes right at your home. Before you know it your pet is back to normal with minimal stress. No exposure to other animals that could potentially bring illness to your loved one. Let the experienced staff at Fauna take the bite out of your pets grooming!
We offer a variety of feeder insects, frozen rodents and supplemental foods including:
- Repashy (full line)
- Phoenix Worms (best feeder insect available)
- Wax Worms
- Dubia Roaches
- Madagacar Hissing Cockroaches
- Fruit Flies
- Frozen Rats & Mice (all sizes)
- Canned Insects (large variety)
Baby Prehensile tailed skink
This baby Prehensile tailed skink (Corucia zebra) was born at Fauna on Saturday, March 15, 2014. These skinks originate in the Solomon Islands, but are threatened in the wild. We are very excited to announce the birth of our newest Prehensile tailed skink after several years of waiting! Yes, we said birth. These large skinks give birth to live young after a gestation of about eight months. The babies are completely dependent on their parents, who protect and take care of them for up to a year. They normally have just one offspring, but can also have twins. The young skinks need to consume the feces of the parents to obtain the necessary micro fauna for food digestion. These arboreal, vegetarian skinks are the largest in the skink family.