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Help and advice on shopping for: Reptile Medication

Basic reptile treatments

While it’s best to go to a vet if your animal is ill, reptile keepers quickly learn the signs of basic illnesses and how to treat them. This range is full of handy supplements and tools to help you cure mild health issues amongst your reptiles.

What is reptile medication?

Reptile medication is like a first aid kit for your reptiles, with some household basics to cure everyday issues. If these products don’t work for your pet or they seem to be seriously declining in health, go see a vet as soon as possible. This range includes worming solutions, mite control, supplements to boost animal’s energy levels and wound cleansers. Most of these products are quite easy to use and come with detailed instructions.

Why should I buy reptile medication?

This range of reptile medication gives you everything you need to support your reptile’s health day-to-day. This means that when your reptile is in pain or suffering, you can easily help to relieve some of their symptoms until they can get to a vet. Most reptile medication is quite cheap so we recommend building up a small collection.

What are the main types of reptile medication?

Most of the treatments here are designed to target a specific ailment or even prevent them. The formula of each treatment will vary between brands so we recommend trying a few different treatments to find the one your reptile likes the best. There is also some equipment here like scales, dispensers and pipettes that are worth picking up as they can help with a range of reptile health tasks.

What should I look for?

When buying reptile medication the key thing to look at is what is suitable for your pet, look for any species specification and match the medication to your pet. In a lot of cases, it’s more of a decision about how much you want to invest in medication that you might need in the future, depending on your budget you might only need a small kit that you can build out over time.