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Herptile Marketing

How to use media, neighboring stores and business associates to get a store’s name out into the community.

Nutrition Trends

Food manufacturers are working harder than ever to develop cutting-edge diets and supplements that are easy to use and suited for a variety of reptiles and amphibians.

Constrictor Concerns

Many myths about large snakes need to be dispelled so retailers and snake owners can continue to accommodate these great creatures.

Selling Herptiles

To compete in the herp category, retailers should get familiar with popular pet species and related husbandry equipment.

The Dirty Truth About Turtles

Red-eared sliders aren’t the best pets, and retailers can help customers by recommending they purchase a tortoise instead.

Reptile Retailing

Arboreal lizards are great first-time pets for reptile enthusiasts because they are fun to watch and easy to sell.
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