Stocking monitors, a large and highly variable group of lizards, can increase a store’s profile in the pet community.
An Old World species, chameleons continue to captivate the minds of reptile enthusiasts and casual observers.
Well-intentioned people who find an animal in the yard and want to keep it as a pet can become life-long customers.
Providing pet herps with a properly supplemented and well-balanced diet helps prevent common illnesses and ensure happy hobbyists.
When a family interested in purchasing their first pet walks into the store, retailers can make them comfortable with helpful suggestions and sound advice.
Lighting is a scientific matter when it comes to herptiles, so retailers must relay this important information to the consumer.
Carrying a variety of snake species can pique customers’ interest and allow retailers to offer something unique.
Unique alternatives to live foods, packaged herptile diets provide variety for pets and peace of mind for squeamish pet owners.
Amphibians are mysterious and complex, and there are a few traits retailers should explain to customers looking to purchase one of these unique creatures.
For a store that sells herptiles, offering live food means more product diversity and more satisfied, repeat customers.
Working with herptile customers to set up beautiful and functional terrariums will position a retailer as a herpetarium expert and draw repeat customers to the store.
For retailers dealing with herps, morph talk is bound to come up. Having a sound knowledge of the available morphs and morph trends could prove intensely useful.