Special Order
Replacement Lid for RTF-600HT
Micro Terrarium 30cm

REG $77.10

VIP $70.10

Mini T2 Enclosure Glass 45cm

REG $125.95

VIP $115.95



 

Pet City has a variety of reptile housing products that are suitable to house snakes, spiders, scorpions, lizards, turtles, hermit crabs, and other amphibians, insects, or reptiles. We also have a range of terrariums that are ideal for growing plants indoors with the optimum humidity and temperature. Our wonderful range of housing will help you create the ideal habitat for your reptiles.

Just remember you are purchasing housing for your reptile to live in, it's important to ensure you find the correct housing and supplies that give your pet enough space and is also easy for you to maintain. That's why we have sourced some of the best quality products on the market for reptiles. You may also want to visit us in-store if you wish to speak to our friendly reptile team or have a look through our reptile care articles to find some helpful tips so you can purchase the right products online.

What size housing does my reptile need? 

The size of housing your reptile needs depends on the species, size, and activity level of the reptile. As a general rule, reptile housing units should be large enough for your pet to move around freely, bask, hide, and explore. Research the specific needs and behaviours of your reptile species to determine the appropriate size of the enclosure, and consider providing additional space or outdoor access if possible. It's important to provide adequate space to ensure your pet's physical and mental well-being.

Can I keep multiple reptiles in the same housing? 

Keeping multiple reptiles in the same housing is possible, but it requires careful consideration of the species involved and their specific needs. Reptiles can have different temperatures, humidity, and dietary requirements and may exhibit territorial or aggressive behaviours toward other reptiles. It's important to research the compatibility of the species and provide adequate space, hiding places, and resources for each individual reptile. Consulting with a reptile expert and monitoring the reptiles closely is also recommended.