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Reptiles are unique pets that are sold in select specialty stores. They are not easy to find especially when it comes to mainstream pet stores. The search for the right reptile to bring home as a family pet can become an adventurous experience. Toads, iguanas and others are exquisite animals that are available in select stores. When you have the list of stores that carry what you are looking for, the search for the right amphibian becomes relaxing, enjoyable and exciting. Here are several of the best stores in Los Angeles when it comes to searching for reptiles as a family pet.
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(credit: Reptile Finders)


Reptile Finders
1856 Pacific Coast Highway
Lomita, CA 90717
(310) 325-3366
www.reptilefinders.biz

This unique store is nestled in the heart of Lomita, offering a wide array of choices when it comes to unique varieties of animals, food, supplies and more. Reptiles, amphibians and whatever supplies you need can be found at Reptile Finders. Reptiles available include boas in various types, sizes and colors. The wide range of choices that they offer for sale include the dumerils boa, the green anaconda, the red tail boa and the Kenyan sand boa. In addition to the choices of reptiles, this store makes it a point to offer party plans where staff travels offsite to present live reptile shows to add to the activities of a surprise party. Party presentations are customized and set up for a variety of festive occasions ranging from birthday parties to anniversaries.

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(Credit: Denise A./yelp)


Amazon Reptile Center
8851-H Central Ave.
Montclair, CA 97163
(909) 447-5103
www.amazonreptile.com

Amazon Reptile Center is a clean and bright store offering a variety of reptiles and supplies for specialty pet seekers. The staff is friendly, offering a variety of services to customers including a mail order service. Frogs, toads, lizards, snakes, tortoises and more make up the extensive variety of animals to choose from.

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(credit: Allan’s Aquarium And Pet Center)


Allan’s Aquarium And Pet Center
845 Lincoln Ave.
Venice, CA 90291
(310) 399-5464
www.allansaquariumandpet.com

Located in the heart of the artsy area of Venice, Allan’s Aquarium and Pet Center provides a broad array of selections when it comes to reptiles and the supplies that go with them. Snakes, lizards, iguanas and other unique specialty animals are available at this unique store. In addition to a variety of reptiles, they also carry heat lamps for reptiles and amphibians.

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(credit: Ann Y./Yelp)


Exotic Life Fish And Reptiles
9919 Topanga Canyon Blvd.
Chatsworth, CA 91311
(818) 341-1007
www.exoticlifefishandreptilesla.com

Fish, reptiles, food and more are some of the available animals and supplies at this Chatsworth specialty store. This store is a staple location in the valley with the business beginning service to the public in 1987. They also carry Koi fish as well as pond supplies. When it comes to reptiles, they carry a wide range of animals including pythons, milk snakes, king snakes, corn snakes, bearded dragons and lizards.

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(Credit: Sebastian Janicki/Yelp)


Painted Reptile
18730 Oxnard St.
Tarzana, CA 91356
(818)654-9441
www.paintedreptile.com

Geckos, lizards, turtles and other unique animals are available at this store, nestled in the city of Tarzana. When it comes to snakes, Painted Reptile carries a variety of choices including the albino African house snake, the Woma and the Western Hognose. Their variety of lizards include the veiled chameleon, the green basilisk, the argentine black and white tegu and the Savannah Monitor.

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