Leopard Gecko Care and Feeding

The Leopard Gecko is a wonderful pet lizard found in nature living in hot, dry, rocky grassland and desert areas. They are easy to maintain and have been bred in captivity in the United States since the 1970s. These hardy geckos are available from pet stores and reptile shows in a variety of colors, patterns, and sizes.
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Crested Gecko Care and Feeding

Crested Geckos are found in nature on New Caledonia, and group of islands near Australia. They have an incredibly interesting history in the hobby of reptile keeping and were even believed to be extinct at one point. Crested Geckos are excellent reptile pets because they are hardy and have care requirements that are easy to meet. These geckos are arboreal (spend their time in the trees), so they do very well in vertically oriented naturalistic setups.
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Chameleon Care and Feeding

Though they have the reputation of being delicate and needing extreme focus by an advanced reptile keeper, chameleons are actually hardy, feed well, and make excellent reptile pets as long as their captive husbandry requirements are met. The species a keeper is mostly likely to be successful with are the Panther Chameleons and Veiled Chameleons. Of course, the captive-bred chameleons available from pet stores and reptile shows around the country have a much better chance of long-term survival.
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Care and Feeding of the Bearded Dragon

The Bearded Dragon, a native of Australia, has become an incredible herpetocultural success story. After arriving into the US reptile pet market in the early 1990s, they have become established as one of the favorite pets of all ages of reptile keepers. They are found in classrooms and bedrooms all over the country. Adult Bearded Dragons reach an adult length of 15" and hatchlings are usually in the 3 to 4" range. The Bearded Dragon’s spiny “beard” is flared out in defensive displays and during courtship behavior. The male dragon’s beard is usually more pronounced and darker than the beard of the female.
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U.S. Shipping

We are one of the few companies to have a USDA APHIS permit to legally ship dubia roaches in the U.S. Topflight Dubia is a family-owned business in Pearland, Texas, just a few miles outside of Houston. We work hard to raise the healthiest, liveliest, and most nutritious feeders on the market. And, our central location in Texas makes shipping costs to all points in the country much more affordable. We pass those savings on to you!

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You have our word that if your dubia roaches arrive dead, we will replace them, free of charge. We offer this live guarantee for any of our valued customers who live in an area that does not drop below 50 degrees F or get hotter than 90 degrees F. We recommend having your order held at your local post office for pickup to help prevent premature dubia roach deaths.