Chameleons are fascinating reptiles to have as pets, but they’re a complicated animal best suited for experienced herpetologists.
When it comes to selling turtles, box turtles are a surprising alternative to other species.
As the years have passed, the availability of certain species has diminished while others have become more readily available.
When it comes to properly setting up a herptile's habitat, the first step is selecting a proper cage.
While changes in herptile diet is uncommon, this past year saw a few changes to traditional feeding.
In order to expand your store's reach, consider starting a road show.
While corn snakes make good pets, their genus includes many other viable options.
The 18th annual Pet Business Industry Recognition Awards celebrate the most innovative products launched in the pet care category.
Knowing the ins and outs of the herptiles in your region can build a relationship of trust between you and your customers.
Although bearded dragons remain at the top of a herpetologist's list, there are a variety of lizards that provide an attractive alternative.
It's important to ensure that the lighting in a herptile's enclosure is properly set up.
As activists continue to fight for the rights of animals, they're inadvertently hurting ethical pet store owners.
Although they seem intimidating, scorpions can be great pets if they're properly cared for and handled.
Fire-Bellied Frogs are often overlooked in the herptile industry, but it's time hobbyists gave these fun frogs a second glance.
The popularity of the African Spurred Tortoise is causing complications for the breed.
Sometimes, things don't turn out how you expect, but result in lessons learned.
When it comes to snakes, ball pythons are superstars and retailers should educate themselves on this species.
Creating living habitats for herptiles will not only inspire customers, it will help stores stand out from the crowd.
It's imperative that retailers educate their customers on the importance of supplementing diets for herptiles.
Retailers should convey to their customers that rear-fanged snakes are harmless pets.