Habitats & Enclosures
Reptile Cages, Reptile Habitats and Glass Terrariums for Housing Your Favorite Herps
When it comes to your pet Ball Python, Green Iguana or Fat-Tailed Gecko, you take your pet parent duties seriously, which is why you provide your favorite herp friend with everything he needs. From proper housing through adequately equipped reptile cages to a well-balanced diet through an assortment of reptile food and supplements, there are a number of required reptile supplies. Reptile housing, such as reptile habitats and terrariums, are important as they provide reptiles with the environment that is necessary for maintaining their health. As most reptiles prefer to be left within their glass terrariums or other types of housing, it is vital that their cages and habitats are spacious enough for them to fully stretch out and climb, for those that are climbers. Furthermore, it is vital that all reptile habitats are equipped with the heat and humidity set-ups that suit their individual preferences. While a basking area is needed to increase their body temperature for ensuring proper digestion, reptile cages must also provide reptiles with a cool and shady area. Ensure the most comfortable environment for your pet reptiles today with the glass terrariums and habitats that best suit their needs.
Perfect for various types of reptiles and amphibians, Exo-Terra Glass Terrariums have waterproof bottoms and raised frames, along with convenient dual doors that provide easy access that is escape-proof. Equipped with a screen top and front window ventilations, these terrariums were designed by European herpetologists with the intention of keeping reptiles and amphibians both happy and healthy. For reptiles that prefer an airy environment, there are reptile cages, such as the Zoo Med Reptibreeze Open Air Screen Cage that boasts a black anodized aluminum screen cage that resists corrosion, as well as the Zoo Med Reptibreeze IguanArium. This large cage allows for adequate ventilation and the essential penetration of UVB and UVA light that is vital to iguanas and other reptiles.
Recommended by other herpetoculturists, the Petco Heat Resistant Screen Top has been designed to sit atop various types of reptile habitats and is available in five different sizes. Constructed of powder-coated galvanized wire, these screens have been made to withstand high temperatures from a variety of heating devices. Perfect for the beginning herpetoculturist, there are even terrarium and habitat kits available that include everything needed to create a suitable environment for any reptile or amphibian. House your herp properly and promote his health and happiness.