Reptiles & Amphibians for Rehoming in Parksville / Qualicum Beach

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  • Baby leopard geckos

    $250.00

    Baby leopard geckos

    Parksville / Qualicum Beach

    Currently 2 months old needing homes

  • Organically Fed Live feeder Mealworms

    $5.00

    Organically Fed Live feeder Mealworms

    Errington

    Organically raised live feeder mealworms for reptiles, hedgehogs, chickens or fish. Raised in organic, human-grade substrate and BPA free containers to keep your pets healthy. $5 for 100 mealworms ...

  • Leopard gecko

    $500.00

    Leopard gecko

    Parksville / Qualicum Beach

    Valcano X Tremper, Emerine, mandarin babies

  • Mack snow female

    $150.00

    Mack snow female

    Parksville / Qualicum Beach

    6 year old female absolutely amazing girl everything u could ask for from a Leo message for more info

  • Female jungle

    $150.00

    Female jungle

    Parksville / Qualicum Beach

    2 year old female healthy happy amazing pet more info message me

  • Blood python

    $300.00

    Blood python

    Parksville / Qualicum Beach

    Pair of blood pythons available 300 seperately or 550 for the pair. Both eating eating well on frozen thawed rats and chicks Reasonably tolerable of being handled. Shipping available at buyers ...

  • Female Sunglow leopard gecko

    $200.00

    Female Sunglow leopard gecko

    Parksville / Qualicum Beach

    Beautiful female healthy and happy

  • Red Banded Uromastyx

    $975.00

    Red Banded Uromastyx

    Qualicum Beach

    0.0.1 (unsexed) 2023 red banded uromastyx. Captive bred in Europe from very high colour parental stock (picture of parents attached-father in profile pic) Father had very high red/orange colour. ...

  • Webers sailfin dragons

    $800.00

    Webers sailfin dragons

    Parksville / Qualicum Beach

    Two very well started CB import Hydrosaurus weberi feeding well on a varied diet of vegetables, pellet food, live insects, f/t rodents, and fish. Both will eat readily from tongs and dishes.

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