Best lizard as a pet
10316 Aurora Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98133
For a shop that uses “little” in its name, Amazon features a large assortment of reptiles and amphibians as well as fish, tarantulas and other creepy crawlies. Located in the Greenwood neighborhood since 1996, Amazon boasts of having fair prices on a good selection of products to care for your pets including cages, heating, lighting, bedding and more. They also have an experienced staff of aquarists that will help you keep your little friends healthy for years to come.Sierra Fish And Pets
601 S. Grady Way
Renton, WA 98057
Located in Renton, Sierra Fish & Pets is a 7, 200-square-foot pet store that sells both animals and the products and food to care for them. Chances are, if they don’t have it, you don’t need it! Their goal since 1972 is to “please the customer and pamper the pets, ” and they do very nicely. If you have fish as well, you’ll enjoy Sierra’s huge selection of freshwater fish and aquarium supplies.
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2914 Hewitt Ave.
Everett, WA 98201
Located up north in Everett, the Hewitt Reptile Emporium is located right off the freeway. While this is a no frills shop, the owner and staff there know their reptiles and can offer you the best advice on how to take care of your pets. Here, you’ll find boas, bearded dragons, pythons, dart frogs, chameleons, arachnids, turtles, tortoises, skinks and geckos. They are happy to offer advice by phone as well, any time that you need it.Bird & Exotic Clinic Of Seattle
4019 Aurora Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98103
Voted Seattle’s best avian and exotic animal vets by Seattle Met in 2014, the Bird & Exotic Clinic of Seattle is also home to many products to keep your exotics healthy and happy. As for their medical care, they offer cutting edge treatments for lizards, snakes, turtles, tortoises and others, but they cater to dogs or cats, so it is a much less stressful environment for your animals.
America’s Top 5 Must Visit AquariumsJeffrey Totey is a freelance writer living in Seattle. He has a love for the arts and is a student of pop culture. He covers stories about the performing arts, theater, museums, cultural events, movies and more in the greater Seattle area. His work can be found at Examiner.com.