Help and advice on shopping for: Reptile Supplies
Everything you need to keep your reptiles happy
For the best choice, finest quality and unbeatable prices on reptile supplies, Swell Reptiles is the place to be. Our staff are big reptile enthusiasts themselves and have spent years building a range of the most brilliant pieces of reptile equipment, sold at the very best prices to help the UK's fastest-growing pet hobby.
What are reptile supplies?
Reptile, amphibian and invertebrate keeping is a rewarding hobby but these unique pets can find the typical British climate inhospitable. Most of these species come from rainforests, deserts and other exotic climates so you’ll need to recreate those conditions to help them feel at home and stress-free. We sell a wide range of supplies including housing, food, lighting, heating, care equipment and decor.
Why should I buy reptile supplies?
Reptile supplies are the tools of a reptile keeper and often the only thing protecting their animals from diseases and ill-health. If you intend to own any exotic pet you’ll need to invest in a series of reptile supplies to ensure their safety.
What are the main types of reptile supplies?
Our reptile supplies are split into 5 categories; housing and starter kits, foods and feeding, lighting and heating, care and equipment and decor and substrate. Housing and starter kits contain all the equipment needed to make a suitable, be it a vivarium, terrarium or paludarium. Food and feeding features both nutritious feed for all types of reptiles as well as feeding equipment. Lighting and heating is where you can find the hardware needed to recreate your reptiles’ natural habitat’s lighting and temperature. Care and equipment includes health, handling and hygiene equipment for the care of reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates. Finally, decor and substrate is our range of items to fill your pet’s habitat, stimulating them while also creating an eye-catching landscape for yourself and guests.
What should I look for?
When buying reptile supplies, the key is research and planning. Always try to envisage how everything will fit into your reptile, amphibian or invertebrate’s enclosure. Ensure that you check the specifications of each item that you buy and are certain that it is compatible with the rest of your habitat as well as your pet itself.